Green is the color of a crisp, sweetly tart granny smith. The apples of my childhood.

Fried green tomatoes. Green thumb in the USA; green fingers in the UK and South Africa.

So — what’s this about green? And why the title Delicious Life?

And what is this category The Yum-Yum Club?

I think being “green” and living a delicious life are synonymous with sustainability, living consciously, loving well, relishing friendships and the practice of mindfulness.

And that when one sets the intention to live and work from this space, holds the focus, and keeps practicing, then life can be delicious.

Among other things:

I used to have issues around food,which I resolved some years ago after a long and circuitous journey. I journaled the journey. It’s a book in progress. I hope to get to share it with you one day.

I thought I loved food then. But that was love-hate. Passive-aggressive. Push-pull.

Now I do love food. I write a lot about food. I hate to see people wasting their lives going on diet and needlessly depriving themselves. This in part of the story behind The Yum-Yum Club.

I have a Zen practice that stretches back more than 20 years.

I coach, and I write, and I coach around writing, and write about coaching and food and travel — and all manner of things that spark my curiosity. And my intention while on the journey is to live a delicious life. Because I haven’t always and because from this space I have more life in me. So more to give; more to share.

And because if it’s possible — why not? After all, we don’t know how long we’ve got.

There are other things that I could add here. And probably will.

But I do get tired of reading the “all about me” stuff.

If you want to know more about my coaching, contact me. If you feel inclined to connect on anything else, please do.

— Wanda Hennig

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Nancy the Horse-Lady December 17, 2009 at 2:23 pm

In my line of loving (not working), we have a phrase, “Green on green makes black and blue.” It’s what happens when you put an inexperienced rider on an untrained horse. Just in case that makes the least bit of difference.

Wanda December 24, 2009 at 9:55 pm

That’s funny, horse-lady! Annie knows you’ve had more than your fair share of black and blue …

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