Chia Pudding | 5-day overnight breakfast challenge | Vegan, Gluten-Free, Nut-Free

Ch-ch-ch-chia! These seeds are not for growing plant pets. 


When I researched this seed, I found something interesting. “Chia” means “strength” in the ancient Mayan language. Mayan warriors used to eat chia before going into battle. 


While battle is not on your agenda today, who doesn’t want to get stronger? Chia could help. 

The chia lesson for today is: water your seeds. 

A lot of times I forgot about all the things I’ve accomplished and skills I’ve developed. This does not water my seeds. It makes me more fearful of change and growth. 


But, when I water my own seeds by embracing those skills and talents, I start to bloom like a chia seed! Chia seeds are tiny black seeds that are annoying to clean up when they fall. But, with water, chia seeds plump up and take on a whole other form. They GROW. 


When I was traveling, I thought I had to give up cooking because I didn’t have my kitchen. But, once I realized I was a chef and could cook anywhere, I started to grow and bloom. My friends supported my endeavors, bought meals from me and this made me bloom even more. But I had to water my own seed first. 


What skill or talent of yours makes you bloom?




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