Monthly Archives: June 2015


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One thing I learned from loss is: Without the job, the title, the car, the money – you discover who love’s and supports you for who you really are. And they are the same people who include and support everyone else’s successes and dreams – which is a good barometer […]

Loss Teaches


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Sometimes we need simple reminders to keep ourselves in check. Summer brings outdoor fun, travel, vacations and sometimes long and busy days where we can easily slack off in the nutrition department. This is a dish I make in the summer with fresh ingredients from the local farmers market. Fresh […]

Food Prep: Summer Fare


Merging Worlds
So, I am working on a new project and I’m very excited about it! It’s a book called: Merging Worlds – 93 Thoughts on Love and Cultivating Possibility. What it will be, is a bunch of quotes, passages and prose from my work and personal journals – with the purpose […]

Merging Worlds – 93 Thoughts on Love and Cultivating Possibility



Faith
Most of us have been taught at an early age to live with fear as the driver. Fear drives around town, as we sit in the back seat of our old beat up Chevy listening to outdated memories that tell us what to do, who to exclude, eliminate and exile. […]

Taking Giant Leaps



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MINDFUL EATING TIP: Permission to Explore: Don’t force yourself to eat things you don’t like. But – TRY NEW THINGS. Eliminate table salt, sugar and processed food – especially white flour. Give yourself permission to explore cleaner and greener foods like kale, spinach or arugula or good complex carbohydrates like sweet […]

MINDFUL EATING TIP: Permission to Explore



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Look everywhere for kindness – in the eyes of a stranger, to the words of our global brothers and sisters, through the laughter of our children, the nudge from our pets, in the sounds of nature. Keep looking – seek it as you would your favorite flower – acknowledge it, […]

Seek Kindness