Tag: parenting

Move your precious body

A reminder about the benefits of mindful movement and walking, to boost mind/body health

Mindful eating for families

These days, many school-aged families are juggling remote learning schedules with other demanding work/life responsibilities, so finding time to enjoy regular meals together can be difficult. As the working parent of a fifth grader with special needs, I get it. Really, I do. The… Continue Reading “Mindful eating for families”

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”

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”