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August 5, 2016

Everyone says we should reduce stress yet, stress in and of itself is not necessarily a bad thing. The feeling of stress activates a part of our nervous system called the sympathetic system. From an evolutionary perspective, this system was vital to avoid being eaten b...

May 18, 2016

You know that constantly running dialogue inside your brain that comments on every aspect of your being? Those voices set the stage for how we feel and how we act. A basic part of self care is speaking kindly to ourselves, like we would to a dear friend. Yet, more ofte...

April 13, 2016

When we talk about what feeds us well, most people think of food. As someone who grew up on bologna sandwiches, "Tab" diet soda and "Light n Lively" ice cream, I could go on and on about all I have learned in regards to healthy eating and the affects on our physical an...

April 13, 2016

 

SPRING HAS ARRIVED--YAY! If you have an inkling to grow some of your own food, the season is here! I love raised garden beds for the ease on my back and the aesthetics. I am a novice gardener but I find that if I plant in good soil, water and expose to sun... it shall...

February 23, 2016

 

 

What we say to ourselves sets the stage for most of our behavior. Thus, I am a huge fan of slogans--those phrases that sum up a whole way of approaching the world with just a few words. Here are two I use most often with my clients in the midst of creating new habits...

January 18, 2016

 

The number one frustration that I hear as a block to self-care is that there is not enough time in the day. As a culture in the midst of overwhelm and "time poverty", the daily to-do list becomes so long that the meditation, exercise, food preparation or whatever else...