As it turns out, not all foods that are good for you taste bad!
Last week I ran across this fantastic list of ingredients to boost and brighten your mood. You know what's on there?
Maybe you already knew about the chocolate. But also cinnamon. Cardamom. Vanilla.
Just writing these words makes me feel warm and fuzzy.
Acting on this information, I added cinnamon and cayenne to my morning smoothie. It zinged. It woke up my mouth. It tasted maybe a little too good to be healthy. And I'm all about it when the healthy things are pleasurable, because I also believe in Vitamin P.
When I say Vitamin P, I'm not talking about the actual factual Vitamin P. I didn't know there was such a thing until Google pointed it out to me right this minute. In mental health, sometimes we talk about PLEASURE as Vitamin P. A lot of us are so caught up in the daily grind that we don't treat ourselves nearly often enough. Pleasure is healthy, so long as we find it in ways that are not destructive.
When Pleasure and Things That Are Good For Me line up, I'm a happy camper.
As for the turmeric sun tea referenced in the article above, I'm a little more skeptical. Oh, I have no doubt at all it would be healthy. I'm just not so sure it's a thing I want to put in my mouth. But hey, maybe I'll try it.
After I get home from this fabulous six day Heart Centered Hypnotherapy training I'm at this week.
In the meantime, be well. And hey - if you happen to try the turmeric sun tea, please be my guinea pig and let me know what you think.