Inspiration and Living Dreams: Winter Rice Paper Rolls

It began in 2012. Now it’s 2013. And I am in the middle of it - the middle of an significant experience. So, the first thing I want to do, is to apologize for being a little bit absent in the last few weeks. With the decision to start my Master’s degree in Brussels, I also started to believe in me - to live out the dream I have imaged for my future. It’s only a one year program and time is passing faster than I can learn and experiment. That’s the reason I did not have much time to dedicate for blogging.

Anyway, I like to give you some insight of what concerns me in these days - it’s good news, don’t worry!

Every new project started, every new experience, every longer voyage and every new companion I meet ignite a fire. The will to change, to learn and to grow. That’s what I talked about before. I’m in the middle of this fire, building tools to master it - and it’s a amazing feeling to wake up a little wiser every day! Never before I had this strong feeling having found what makes me happy in life. The best thing about this is, that I spend time with people who think the same way I do, who may have similar ideas for their future and who inspire me. Last week I spend a whole day with a friend of mine sharing our fascination for good and healthy food, dedicating time for important questions and enjoying the day just how it came. It was this kind of energizing and motivation journey I needed after the holidays.

Remember this for your weekend - I learned this last week - there is never the right moment to do something your heart is beating for. Follow your dreams, do a step towards finding out what role you want to have in your life. Do it now. I started yet! And if you need a kick, here we go with a vitamin-boosting-detox-winter-wrap. Leave behind 2012 and see what you can do in 2013.

You need:

  • Rice paper
  • winter salad of your choice (radicchio)
  • sprouts
  • an apple
  • shaved fennel (blanched)
  • seeds (sunflower,…)
  • an avocado

For the dressing

  • 1 tbsp cider vinegar
  • 3 tbsp pumpkin seed oil
  • 1 tsp raw honey
  • 1 tsp roasted cumin seeds
  • 1/2  tbsp roasted fennel seeds

For the dip

  • wheat free tamari
  • sesam seeds

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