Challenge to Change
Most of the time we think of the word challenge as something daunting, hard to accomplish, not always worth the effort. Going into this new year it is common for us to try and take on some new challenges in our lives. Maybe losing weight, more focus in our careers, more attention to our families and loved ones, no more drinking alcohol or soft drinks...the list can go on and on. Any one or two or more of these challenges seem difficult, and by challenging yourself there seems to be a competition, a game maybe even a war with yourself on accomplishing these so called challenges. Let's take out the world challenge and put in the word change, making changes to your lifestyle doesn't seem so "challenging". One change at a time, for the month of January I will not eat any sugar, by doing this then you will probably lose some weight. for the month of February you will put in an extra hour a day into your business, resulting in more productivity and positive outcome. With each change you make, these changes start to become habits, habits that you will make a part of your life and routine. Guaranteed that all the outcomes from each change will be positive because it was something important to you.
Help yourself in this new year and new decade, decide on some changes you can make to your life and lifestyle to be the best version of you. If you are having trouble deciding where to start and how, there is guidance out there, people who can help you get some direction and share tools that will be helpful in creating your vision and accomplishing the changes needed. I can help find the control of your direction and destination, assisting you in finding your own personal design!! Savor the changes you make.
Lime Cilantro Cauliflower Rice
1 head cauliflower
1 tbsp olive oil, coconut oil or ghee
½ yellow onion, chopped
½ jalapeno, seeded and chopped
Juice and zest of 1 lime
½ cup cilantro
½ tsp himalayan salt
½ tsp fresh ground black pepper
Cut the cauliflower into small florets. Pulse in two batches in a blender or food processor until cauliflower resembles rice.
Preheat 1 tbsp oil in a large high sided skillet. Cook onion in the pan over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally until onion starts to turn translucent, about 3 minutes.
Add the cauliflower and jalapeno to pan, stirring occasionally until warmed through, about 3 minutes. Mix in lime juice and zest, then add the cilantro, stir until well blended.
Season to taste with salt and pepper.