Category Archives: antiracism

Divided We Stand: Can We Survive Our Differences?

One of the most promising things I witnessed this past weekend was a conversation between two young women—one was attending a Trump protest about the vote counting and the other one was carrying a “Make America Gay Again” sign.  They told the reporter that they have been having a good time talking to one another

September Eat for Life Classes — Enrolling Now!

There are many reasons to take a mindful eating program. Here are a few: 1. To understand why you keep eating even though you’re full. 2. To soothe your emotions without needing to use food. 3. To make food choices based on your internal signals.4. To understand the confusing messages you get about food. 5.

Changing Habits with Mindfulness

Have you ever tried to change a habit? It’s pretty hard, right? You make a commitment to yourself that you’re not going to eat as much, drink as much, shop as much, swear as much, be angry as much, etc. You might even write down your goals and post them in a prominent place. But,

Stay hydrated. We have a long way to go.

I’m an optimist by nature. Optimists see things on the bright side. They persevere, even in the face of difficulty, because of a belief that things will come out okay eventually. We like to believe in the goodness of others and forgive easily. An optimist is a person who tends to be hopeful and confident