Week in Review: 2017.3

This week absolutely flew by! Most likely that’s due to my intentional avoidance of what’s going on in our nation today. My attention was otherwise compromised by my new podcast (hooray!), my return to the pottery wheel, cooking, writing, and also my return to making art with glass. Creatively – it’s been a fantastic week.

I can’t wait to start sharing some of my artistic projects once they start reaching completion.

Here’s a look at my week!


Here on Cured Life:

Next week I will be starting to roll out my series on Plant-Based Living. This week’s post was foundational, explaining where I’m coming from as a reformed eater, passionate cook, and relentless seeker of what wellness means to me. Throwback photos abound!

I am so jazzed by the support Emily and I have received after we unleashed N+F into the world! We’re looking forward to putting out new content weekly (Mondays!) and continuing to grow.




I have been fascinated by this look back in time, to the very first vegan/raw restaurant in America. In 1917 Vera Richter opened Eutropheon, introducing people to plant-based cuisine. This book highlights the history of her and her husband, the restaurant, and the recipes that were featured. 



I continue to be busy in the kitchen!

  • Tropical Oatmeal (my own recipe, always off the cuff)


  • Crispy Oven Baked Honey Tofu Bites (recipe here) atop homemade stir fry.


  • Quinoa Pizza Crust (recipe from this book), with various toppings + homemade sauce


  • Ginger Roasted Pumpkin + Quinoa Salad with Mint, Chili + Lime (recipe here), which I modified slightly


  • Cauliflower Tots (recipe from this book) with homemade ketchup


  • Tofu Scramble atop sautéed veggies and beans (my own recipe, always off the cuff)



I published these two episodes on my podcast:

aai-incenseEpisode 13: The Hot Topic of Incense

episode-14-chakrasEpisode 14: Chakras

And of course, the first 4 episodes of Nourish + Flourish are now available.


Sending you all GOOD VIBES
and SERENITY NOW as we get through today!

Happy Friday everyone!

Support Cured Life


Betsy Brockett was diagnosed with Mesothelioma at the age of 28, and continues to thrive despite the challenges that cancer has created in her life. Holding a degree in Art & Visual Technology from George Mason University, Betsy expresses herself through writing, photography, painting, pottery, and more. She is most often found cultivating, creating, practicing/teaching yoga, or simply enjoying the beauty of life.

No Comments Yet

Comments are closed