Sunday Scrolls: May Edition

By Kaylea

May 5, 2024 | Blog, Sunday Scrolls

Today’s Scrolls has been a delight to put together for us: a blueberry muffin (made without sugar and yet positively decadent), meals, movement and mindset motivators to improve health span, and a book I’ve been waiting years to share with you! Come on in, it’s a gorgeous spring scrolling day 🌸:


These blueberry muffins are my favorite flavor creation that has come out of our new kitchen. They are gluten-free, refined sugar-free, vegan, and loaded with goodness! They don’t taste too sweet, and the texture is spongey and scrumptious 🤤.

  • 2 1/2 cups gluten free flour (I used the Jovial brand because I find it is the cleanest and most digestible, plus it’s packed with protein!)
  • 2 t. baking powder
  • 1 1/2 cups warm water (make sure it’s not too warm that it kills the yeast)
  • 1 packet rapid rise yeast
  • 1 T. honey (or agave)
  • 1 t. sea salt
  • 2 T. olive oil
  • 1 cup wild blueberries mixed with 1 T. honey and 1 t. cinnamon

Whisk your yeast into the warm water, then add 1 T. honey and wait until it gets foamy on top (10 min). 

Combine all dry ingredients while you wait for the yeast combo to bloom, then add the wet + dry to a large bowl, plus your 2 T. of olive oil. Don’t overmix, and bonus: you don’t need to knead it!

Cover with a towel in a warm spot and let it rise for 30 minutes. I set mine by a window.

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees and grease your muffin tin. After your sits for 30 minutes, portion a heaping tablespoon into each muffin spot, then finger-poke a few holes on top. Spoon your wild blueberries atop each one and encourage them down the holes. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown along the edges. Serve warm with your choice of butter and another drizzle of honey. 😍

This Seasonal Spring Vegetable Has More Benefits Than A Multivitamin, woo! Let’s make this and live forever!

My mom shared this new-to-me vegan creator and I can’t wait to make a GF version of this dessert for Memorial Day 👌🏼


A Health Editor Went to Sweden to Test the Scandinavian Approach to Wellness. Here’s How It Went.

What Actually Happens When You Walk 10,000 Steps a Day.

The Healthiest People in The World Do This Easy Blue Zones Workout


Two big takeaways for me in this piece – don’t bite the hook, and drop the hot potato. I love the sentiment behind them so much! Plus, these golden nuggets. Which one is tugging at you today?


I am so honored to have a piece of my Dad in this book! Remember The Heirloomist and the wildly special art she made for us after my Dad died? Shana shares the story behind it and the human he was, here (along with 99 other inspiring pieces!).

April Joy Jolts (and part 2 of the why and how and where we moved)

Jung’s Five Pillars of a Good Life

What Are Zombie Cells & How To Stop Them From Killing Us

This is an Rx I can get behind!

I will tell every woman I know about this book again and again until they read it. No matter your stage of life, it will help in more ways than you can imagine: balancing hormones, fighting disease, weight loss, cell growth + renewal – all around vitality!

I love this art for Grey’s bedroom. Our 3 favorite hand signs 🤟🏽

A bit of a self care splurge, but if you have hair anywhere you would no longer like it, this WORKS and feels like just a tiny rubber band pop.

100 tips for a better life

You Can Spot Dementia 9 Years Before A Diagnosis—Here’s How

This past month there were so many things I was worried about that I wasted too much time on, only for them to turn out to be fine. And you know how everyone tells you to write a gratitude journal? Yes, they are wonderful, but if that’s not working for you, may I suggest another option: Arthur Brooks says to write down your failures, your worries, your grievances. According to science-backed research studies, this helps you to not only get the feeling out of your mind and onto paper, but also when you go back and review it in a few weeks or a few months, life will look a lot different, and you’ll see that it wasn’t something to worry about after all.

Here’s to a beautiful week without worries and replacing them with an abundance of gratitude, well-being, and JOY! Thank you for being here, kind friend 💙.

Written by Kaylea

Kaylea Nixon is a Certified Wellness Counselor and Certified Health and Nutrition Practitioner who loves sharing practical, purposeful ways to cultivate a life of well-being and joy! When she's not developing fresh anti-inflammatory recipes, or researching new wellness trends; she seeks adventures, experiences and tasty travels with her incredible husband, son, and rescue pup, Gemma.

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