Rx: NEXT YEAR IN HAVANA by Chanel Cleeton

For me, the worst kinds of books are those that disappoint. Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton promised an intriguing glimpse into the mystery of Havana, that forbidden place that's been sequestered by corrupt government and untouched by big brand corporate America, indeed isolated in what would seem to be an alternate time. Cleeton... Continue Reading →

Rx: Comfort in a cup

The perfect comfort drink for a stressful day or to dull caffeine jitters. 1 Cup of Steamed Almond Milk 1 Tablespoon of Unsweetened Cocoa Powder 1 Teaspoon Coconut Sugar Cinnamon, Cardamom, and Nutmeg Interesting fact: Cardamom is supposed to help with digestive upset and IBS, cinnamon has anti-inflammatory properties, and all three work as de-stressors!

Rx: My Top Five

  THE GOLDFINCH by Donna Tartt - The writing is absolutely beautiful. Tartt has an incredible way of immersing you into her main character, Theo's mind, world, and emotions: you feel exhausted when he's exhausted - you feel like time dragging on when he feels time dragging on. The main criticism I found readers had was... Continue Reading →


"Elephants 'have few vices, are gentle, obedient, and patient' . . . But despite their formidable size, their health can be rather fragile. In fact, 'if neglected they rapidly go to pieces.' . . The African's ears are enormous and wide –the biggest mammal ears in the world . . .the trunks provide the elephants with... Continue Reading →

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