volcano, hawaii

Aimee Christine Hughes, ND was born in Kansas City, Missouri. She moved to New Orleans, Louisiana where she received a B.A. in French language and literature. During that time she also studied on the S.S. Universe Explorer during a Semester At Sea and spent another semester studying in Paris and Grenoble, France. Five years later she completed a Doctor of Naturopathy degree from Clayton College of Natural Health. She has worked as an actress, housekeeper,yoga instructor, flamenco dancer, nanny, housesitter, dog walker, house painter and writer. In January of this year, she and her partner V. escaped a small town in eastern Washington to live on the Big Island of Hawaii where they kayak, write, read, shelve used books, swim, snorkel, explore and blog.

Contact Aimee at: aimeeshealthyliving@gmail.com

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lydia Martindale
    May 06, 2010 @ 16:22:05

    Hello Aimee
    Thank you for visiting my blog -‘enchantée’. Living in France IS very special but your life in Hawaii also sounds idyllic…mouthwatering infact! There is so much in your blog that I will have to take some time out to explore – thank you.
    All the best

    ps a completely random comment, but I love the way the French say your name *Aimee*, in just the way they would say’loved’in french. Quite obvious, as it is a French name, but it still surprised me the first time I heard it.


  2. maryallred
    May 07, 2010 @ 21:36:23

    I also love the spelling of your name . . . Aimee . . . beautiful. Your recipes sound absolutely deicious. I am vegetarian and have decided, after reading about Almond Milk, to give it a try. I have been drinking Horizon Organic. At one time I drank the Rice Milk and tired of it and not particularly fond of soy. I look forward to reading your blog often. Thanks for giving me the nudge to try almond. Mary


  3. Janice
    May 17, 2010 @ 05:53:27

    Aimee! Very luscious and sensible food ideas! I bought a papaya today with the intention of enjoying a smoothie in the a.m. before work. The fragrant and colorful loveliness here in this small town in eastern Washington is helping steer me toward better food choices. Tables at the farmers market are heaped with greens and those darling young sweet Walla Walla onions. A big bag of pea shoots was yummy to munch on, to toss into a stir fry, and to add to a salad. What’s your favorite salad dressing? xxox


    • aimeeshealthyliving
      May 18, 2010 @ 02:22:42

      So glad to hear the fruits of that small town are ripening! Hmmm…favorite salad dressing? Probably a simple vinaigrette with olive oil, vinegar, dijon mustard, garlic, salt and pepper.


  4. Sam
    Jun 11, 2010 @ 16:52:44

    Your website looks better every time I visit! And the recipes and pictures make me miss Hawaii…. mission accomplished.


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