About

What’s for dinner Ma?

I’m not a mother yet.

The world should thank me for this.

So I haven’t been asked those four little words. But the phrase has been a common thread in my vernacular growing, as in most children’s.

Food. It’s more than just a life sustaining subject. It’s an activity. It’s a social bond. It’s a cultural difference. It’s a creative outlet.

As a foodie, I’ll try anything once. That includes all the high fructose goodies I can get my hands on. But not only do I aim to explore food through this blog, I also want to advocate for healthy eating and a more natural lifestyle.

In a world where emphasis is placed on the exterior, I believe it’s what we put into our interior that directly shines.

You are what you eat, after all.

And it’s not only food that makes you who you are. Health is about fitness, mental clarity and how you feel. Because at the end of the day, it’s your self esteem that makes you glow.

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Amber Jurgensen is a foodie and journalist for the Observer Media Group. She has a passion for writing and her work has been seen in Plant City Observer, On the Coast Magazine , The Gargoyle , Air Force Times, and Envisage International.

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6 responses to “About

  1. Pingback: Don’t Forget | CultFit

  2. I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award. I hope the you are able to accept. Please check out the rules on my blog Shaded bliss. http://shadedbliss.com.
    Best, Keira

  3. Hola!

    I have nominated this fabby blog for a Sunshine Award!

    There’s a little bit of work involved, but fun too:
    http://bugwear.wordpress.com/2012/04/08/hello-sunshine-my-first-blogger-award/

    Bug @ Bugwear

  4. You can make paleo friendly baked goods 🙂

  5. Eliminating a major food group seems unnecessarily harsh, to me. I’m more into the “balanced” diet. But if “Paleo” works for you, go for it. You might want to ditch the cupcakes, though, in your masthead?

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