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Coping during COVID-19

Greetings, friends. There’s a lot going on in our world, isn’t there? If you’re reading this, I’m glad you’re here and I hope something in this post will serve you. By now, I hope you’ve accessed the latest science-based recommendations about how to minimize… Continue Reading “Coping during COVID-19”

On the value of pausing, and food justice

It’s been exactly two months since I’ve closed my practice as a psychotherapist, but it already feels like I’ve been away a lifetime. During that time, I’ve celebrated birthdays and an adoption anniversary, given a whole lot of attention to my edible garden, volunteered… Continue Reading “On the value of pausing, and food justice”

Edible art

Yes, you should play with your food! Mindful eating invites us to feast with all of our senses during our next meal or snack. For families who want to have fun with gardening, check out this article: https://www.pbs.org/parents/thrive/gardening-with-kids-how-it-affects-your-childs-brain-body-and-soul. And here’s another blogger’s perspective on… Continue Reading “Edible art”

A Winter 2016 Reminder

Another lesson in seeing

This morning while I was engaged in a short morning sit, my daughter peeked her head into the room. She was holding her bunny lovey and several other stuffed animals under one arm, and watched silently until I gestured that she could come in.… Continue Reading “Another lesson in seeing”

Just this step: Bringing mindfulness to movement

When walking, just walk. When eating, just eat. This might sound simple, but not many of us approach our daily activities with such presence. Because when we’re eating, we’re often scrolling through our emails, surfing the browsers on our smartphones, maybe even driving or… Continue Reading “Just this step: Bringing mindfulness to movement”

No Ordinary Apple: A fun new mindful eating book for kids and their families

Check out this sneak peak of a new book on mindful eating designed for young children – reminiscent of the infamous raisin exercise, it had my 4 year old daughter enthusiastically devouring apples with renewed interest. She’s since moved on to a near obsessive… Continue Reading “No Ordinary Apple: A fun new mindful eating book for kids and their families”