What does BPD really feel like?

Have you ever sat here, and wondered what it’s like to feel depression, sadness, anxiety, just to know what someone in your life feels because you want to be able to connect on the same page? because this is where … Continue reading

Living with BPD; STAT Program

Good evening my friends, I want to thank everyone that took the time to read my last blog post, I am happy to see people are at least reading it that maybe I can get some sort of voice out … Continue reading

Experiencing the real me: Week 7

The greatest feeling I’ve felt in years is the feeling of being healthy, in control, and happy. I am now in week 7 of my recovery and its been a hard but a beautiful journey even over these few weeks, … Continue reading

Week 4 Update: Never Giving Up

Happy Sunday folks and welcome to my week 4 update. I am sure you can see I haven’t posted since my week 1 update, and thats mostly because I was an emotional mess from stress and struggling through the first … Continue reading

Week 1 Update: June 1st- June 7th 2015.

Good day beautiful people, I am here with my week 1 update while being in the HSC Program 🙂 This was a pretty exhausting week in general, mostly because of the struggle & emotions that I felt and dealt with! … Continue reading

Eating Disorder Updates

Hello Everyone! I am basically here to give a few updates on my subject of recovery. First off I have contacted Gordon Sinclair of the Winnipeg Free Press in my city to get my story out there which we did … Continue reading

Roasted Chick Pea Snack!

Today I thought I would write about one of my favorite healthier snacks I like to make at home when I am feeling in the mood for them!
They are called “Roasted Chick Pea Snacks” and the beautiful thing about them is that you can make them to any which way you prefer. I like to make mine as Chili flavored because it adds a little kick to the snack.

You can either use canned chick peas or dried chick peas (non-canned), which I prefer non-canned chick peas because they are healthier! The only downside to dried chick peas is the fact you need to soak them for about 12 hours, but let me tell you it is worth it!

Here is my recipe:

-3 Cups of Chick Peas (or 2 cans)
-drizzle olive oil on the chick peas in a container (some recommend 2 tablespoons)
-add which ever spice you wish
-Mix the spice & Olive oil into the chick peas
next you are going to want to evenly layer the chick peas on a baking sheet and cook at 400°F for 30 to 40 minutes.