When something resonates with you it hits you at an emotional level because you can relate to it. It moves you and evokes a feeling of familiarity within you. On some occasions , it might even inspire you to take action. I use this word a lot with my clients, I love the power of the word, the strength it holds as to your feelings and emotions about something. There are many choices we all have to make in life, such as where to live, where to work, WHO to accept into your world as a friend or a mate, WHAT to accept into your world, what and how to eat. What resonates with some may not be the case with others. This is why it is very important for you to make choices with the things or moments that resonate with you. This is the only way life will work for you and those you are close to, choose what resonates!!
Take some time and really sit with yourself and think abut all the things in your life that hit you at that emotional level, that feeling of familiarity, even gives some inspiration. If you aren't surrounded by much that makes you excited, emotionally satisfied or inspires you then you need to make some changes. Most everything you do should resonate with you, every life choice you make should work for you and within you, even down to the food you eat and how you eat it. Your diet should work for you both physically and mentally, how it makes you feel through your mood, energy level, physical movement and exercise, clarity in your brain, vision. Everything about you can be summed up by the food you eat and your eating habits. When eating healthy, how that looks needs to resonate with each individual. Being healthy should excite you, it should bring about positive emotional feelings that you can relate to, and be your inspiration to create the lifestyle you want.
A happy and healthy lifestyle, feeling good everyday, having the energy you need to get through each day, being sharp and feeling rested...should all RESONATE with you!! There are so many ways to get there and choices you can make, let's figure out how to get there together!
White Fish with Dry Rub
3 tbsp dried oregano
3 tbsp dried basil leaves
2 tbsp dried parsley
2 tbsp dried thyme
2 tbsp kosher salt
1 tbsp freshly found black pepper
1 tbsp smoked paprika
2 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes
Stir all ingredients until well mixed, store in a glass jar with a lid at room temperature.
(You can also double or triple this recipe to have on hand for other meals, good with chicken or steak)
Place your fish on a piece of foil lined with parchment paper. Mix two tablespoons of the dry rub with 1 tablespoon of olive oil, stir to combine. If it seems too thick you can add a little more olive oil, then squeeze juice from 1/2 lemon and stir again. Pour over the fish and let it sit for about 5-10 minutes. Place the fish in the parchment lined foil on a grill heated to medium high, turn up corners so the marinade doesn't spill out. Cook until the fish is just flakey but not too dry, depending on how thick the piece of fish is, maybe 10 - 15 minutes.