Angela’s Picks

  • EAT.  Almond flour pancakes.  One morning void of all but a scant cup of flour, I suggested we throw in some unsuccessful almond butter I had attempted to make plus some almond meal. Wow! What a delicious meal and one that is, by the way, unintentionally gluten-free, low in carbohydrates, high in fiber and a high source of protein. We adapted our stand-by favorite recipe by adding 2 cups of almond flour to 1 cup of regular flour, but for a more precise approach try this one and let me know what you think.

 

  • READ.  I often alternate my reading choices, fiction then non-fiction. Currently, these two titles are gently feeding my curiosity: Gifts of the Crow by John Marzluff and Tony Angell. The other book was given to me by my daughter because I do try to meditate, but really have no idea what I am doing! Let’s hope this helps, You Can Master Meditation by David Fontana.

 

  • SMELL.  Jasmin scented Serge Lutens, A la Nuit. This I enjoy on the nape of my neck each day and, à la nuit.

 

  • LISTEN.  My son Nico is my music advisor and gets it right pretty much every time. Hear the depth of Kendrick Lamar’s new album DAMN and the genius of Anderson .Paak’s mixed style on his latest, MALIBU. Not for the profanity sensitive listener though, be advised.

 

  • FEEL.  Touched most recently by the soothing words on hope that I have been taking in from my latest Oprah & Deepak 21-Day Meditation Experience, Hope in Uncertain Times. Words to live by (and meditate by if all goes well with my latest book!)

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