Category Archives: Mindfulness

Best Mindfulness Books of 2021!

All of the “best of” lists are coming out, including Mindful Magazine’s Best Mindfulness Books of 2021! I am happy to announce that Savor Every Bite: Mindful Ways to Eat, Love Your Body and Live with Joy made the list! This was such an honor and wonderful surprise recently that I wanted to share my

Forgiveness: A Journey of Healing and Hope

My bet is everyone reading this blog has someone that they have not been able (or thought they even wanted) to forgive. But I would also bet that this lack of forgiveness has been fraught with suffering. Not only have you suffered from whatever happened in regard to the other person but you have suffered

50 Practices to Savor for a Lifetime: A Simple Gift That Keeps On Giving

This is the season where we often give gifts to family and friends that we love and cherish. To that end, I would like to suggest my newest book Savor Every Bite: Mindful Ways to Eat, Love Your Body and Live with Joy, as a beautiful offering to those you love. It is an inexpensive

Four Steps to Happiness: A Short Path with Big Rewards

People generally want to be happy, but there seems to be a definite difficulty in achieving it. I don’t mean the kind of happiness that is absent the tapestry of human emotion. Our lives are filled with difficulty and challenge. No, the happiness that I’m talking about is the kind that embraces all aspects of

What is Your Relationship with Your Body? Ten Do’s and Don’ts to Show Your Love

Many of us have a fairly complicated relationship with our bodies. Given that we live in a body every moment of our lives, it’s probably a pretty good idea to work on healing whatever discomfort you might have with the one you’ve been given. I believe that your relationship with your own body is the

Meditation: Seven Steps to Peace of Mind

I have been noticing some extra impatience and disappointment lately, which are sure signs I’ve let my meditation practice slide a little. I have been doing other practices, like yoga, but there is something about getting my butt on the cushion that movement practice doesn’t address. So, I’ve re-committed to my sitting. In fact, my

Have a Mindful Halloween: How Much Sugar is Enough?

Yes, you can bring your mindfulness to anything—even Halloween! So, let me tell you a little Halloween story. A few years ago I was struck by the irony of me giving out full size, sugary candy bars to innocent children as they paraded up to my door on Halloween.  I also was struck by the

Sign Up Now! Eat for Life Changes Everything

Greetings! Enrollment for the next online Eat for Life classes is now open for the Winter Session. Eat for Life is a 10-week mindfulness-based intuitive eating program designed to help you develop a loving and kind relationship with your food and your body. Research on the program has demonstrated its success at helping people increase

I Love Yoga: Why You Should Too

I love yoga and I love teaching and sharing yoga with others. Why? The simple answer is: It makes me feel good and I think it will make you feel good too. The complex answer you will find below. If you don’t know a lot about yoga, you might immediately conjure up images of people

Mind Your Breath: Mouth Breathing and the Perfect Breath

I wanted to share with you my latest interview with Paul Pepper. Join us in some perfect breathing. Enjoy!