Also called intuitive eating, mindful eating means finding ways to engage all of our senses when selecting what food to eat, cooking and eating with intention, and paying attention to our body’s cues around hunger and food. Continue reading below for the ins and outs on intuitive eating. Or for a quick and dirty version,Continue reading “Mindful Eating 101”
(March 24) “Becoming isn’t about arriving somewhere or achieving a certain aim. I see it instead as forward motion, a means of evolving, a way to reach continuously toward a better self. The journey doesn’t end.” – Michelle Obama How have you been dealing amidst the chaos of Coronavirus / COVID-19? I have struggled offContinue reading “Happiness is an Inside Job”
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. – Ferris Bueller.
Ferris was on to something – even back in the 80s. Even more so today, I think we all just need to slow down, relax, and practice being more present, more mindful, and savoring all that this crazy 80-mile-per-hour world has to offer us.
A love letter. An expression of love, gratitude, and appreciation for (a few) of the ones I love.
Embracing Change, Chaos and Uncertainty – the path to growth and development.
Embrace the wonder of winter with some tips and tricks to enjoy the best the season has to offer and shift your mindset to enjoyment rather than just slogging through.
When was the first time you felt fear? I remember being 6 years old, at my first swim meet at the Adrian College Natatorium. I don’t remember the race, but I think it was my first one for the Lenawee County YMCA Alligators. It was probably a 25-yard freestyle race – 1 length of theContinue reading “Feeling the Fear”
What Can We Do About Chronic Stress? I watched a documentary by Dr. Sanjay Gupta on the plane to Northern CA on my way to an outdoor/wellness/life design retreat/festival las weekend. I’m grateful I had the opportunity to go to this event because I am hopeful it will help me get clarity around some lifeContinue reading “Chronic Stress and What We Can Do About It”
I wrote this post a few weeks ago when I had to make a choice between going to a family event and working on some professional activities. This issue comes up again and again for me – which tells me that either balance really is a myth and we are in a futile cycle toContinue reading “Is Balance a Myth?”