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3 Mar

Anti-Procrastination Tuesday



 Here Are My Goals…What Are Yours?

                                                                                                                              (please share!)


~Meaningful Mornings (The Miracle Morning Book Plan)

~Meaningful Marriage (Love Todd Well)

~Meaningful Parenting (Love Kids Well)

~Meaningful Home (Loving Home Environment + Beautiful Home Atmosphere)

~Computer Clutter (Notes, Reminders, Photos, Emails, Posts)

~Blog Posts In Order (Plan Ahead; Work Efficiently)

~Ebook (Get Writing!)

~Socialize (Social Media Flow + In Real Life Socializing With Loved Ones)



~Up Early Every Week Day (Start Day With God & What Matters)

~Blog Posts Planned For The Week (Work Efficiently)

~Home Blessing Hour (One Hour of Cleaning…Dust, Bathrooms, Sweep,  Mop, Vacuum)

~Date With One Of My 3 Lovelies (Girls are Growing Up. Do It Now!)

~Grocery List/Meal Plan (To Feed Them Well)

~Move Body (Walk, Yoga, Strength Training)

~Greens + Water Every Day (Hydrate + Nutrients)

~Clean Mama Monthly Rotating Cleaning goals



~sort/file papers

~drop load off at thrift store

~clean stove/oven

~laundry put away

~load to Lizzy


~prepare the house for company

~enjoy my Karen friend from Cali

~enjoy attending Refresh My Heart Conference



Home Zone This Week: (15 minutes a day in said zone)

Entrence, Front Porch, Dining Room (says Flylady)


Hot Spot This Week: (5 minutes a day in said hot spot)

~piano area/piano books


Computer Hot Spot: (getting my digital organization on!)



Last Week’s Pin Accomplished:

~10 Verses For An Anxious Heart


This Week’s Pin To Accomplish:


I’m cheating this week and doing one of my own pins from New Nostalgia.  I’m all out of my favorite Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub.  Time to make more!


Last Week’s Most Clicked On Links:


How To Lazy Proof Your Day | Bravely


Decorating Above The Cabinets | On Bliss Street


Get Rid Of Clutter This Spring | Bravely


Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies | Organically Mo


8 Ways To Be Purposeful With Time | Laurie Cosgrove




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28 Feb

Spicy Chipotle Tomato Sauce



by Teniel Moore–Raw Foods Contributor

Want dinner made in way under 10 minutes?

Then keep reading and get the recipe below for my Spicy Chipotle Tomato Sauce.


For those of you that follow me on my face book page Addicted To Raw, you will

know that at the beginning of February I went on a raw food cleanse.


I eat lots of raw in my diet but not 100% so I like to do reboots like this every few months.


This is where I choose to eat raw, almost completely raw (except for a few sneaky chai’s)

but I did admit that to my followers that I am going to have a hot tea if I feel like it.

So I am being naughty!


I love doing these raw food cleanses because it reminds me of why I love raw food so much. I love the simplicity of it and how I can get so much flavour from my food using all natural ingredients.

It gets me back into experimenting and using my imagination as to what I can come up with.

This raw food cleanse I’ve had an addiction to zucchini noodles and the sauce I made. I must have made this for dinner about 5 nights in a row, so I thought I would share it with you all and hope you enjoy it as much as I do.


Spicy Chipotle Tomato Sauce

Serves 1 (generous serving)

Large handful of cherry tomatoes or about 2 large tomatoes

3 delicious sun dried tomatoes
Generous pinch of himalayan salt
Generous dash of smoked paprika

Generous dash of chipotle powder (I use Frontier brand)

1/2 small knob of garlic
1/4 large red capsicum (red pepper)

Throw all your ingredients into a blender and blend till smooth.I love to give mine a good kick of spice so I am quite heavy-handed with the chipotle.Pour straight over your pasta of choice. To keep it raw I use zucchini noodles or you could use kelp noodles.This would be lovely over cooked gluten-free pasta. also. and don’t forget to throw in additional flavours like olives or basil if you fancy. I have just been enjoying it as is or with a dollop of my cashew cheese on top.


Its summer over here in Australia so it’s a perfect meal in the heat. If you want it warm you can heat the sauce on the stove or warm in your dehydrator if you have one.

Hope you try out this super easy recipe. Its a great one for a fast lunch or dinner.



Teniel Moore of Addicted To Raw

Raw Foods Contributor