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2021, the Year to Create Your Morselicious Pie!

Happy New Year, Morselites! Cheers to you for soaring into a New Year! The best time to make a fresh start, a blank canvas to create new goals, choices, and expand on some you may have developed last year. I, for one, am committed to continue my favorite morning routine, which begins with a 30-second …

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The Gift of Morselicious Healing

Boosting and maintaining our immune system including reducing inflammation is vital to our health, especially this time of year not to mention the collective chronic stress many of us have been experiencing. Chronic illnesses, including diabetes fuel inflammation. November is the official Morselicious month of healing, Diabetes Awareness and Healthy Skin. There is so much …

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A good time to Pause.

News Update! The Morselist is changing to Monthly Tasty Tidbits Tuesday posts. Hope you had a Morseliciously cool and safe Labor Day weekend. In Los Angeles, we’ve had a record-breaking heatwave, 112 degrees on Sunday! Can you believe it’s already September and Autumn is around the corner? September is National Preparedness Month and I’m happy …

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New Month, New Courses, New Recipe

August is Kids Eat Right Month AND the 5th month of Coronatine but who’s counting? Joking aside, I am grateful for the safety and health of my loved ones and hope all of you are, as well. A few days ago, I woke up to three earthquakes, well one, to be exact (4.2 magnitude) and two …

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Jennifer’s How to be an Anti-Racist

How are you holding up this Morselicious Monday? Are you still staying safer-at-home? California’s Covid-19 cases have surged again and all of my friends/family are staying home; however, when we do venture outside, we wear masks to protect others. Speaking of others, I’ve been reflecting about the kind of person I want to be/am becoming. Gratitude, creativity and education are recurring themes. …

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