Tasting Mindfulness

Meditation for Difficult Times – Wednesday, March 18, 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Join me Wednesday, March 18, at 12:00 p.m. ET for a meditation that will help you ground yourself in stillness, steadiness, and compassion. Here is the link to register.  It’s natural to feel a variety of difficult emotions at a time when the world is faced with the novel coronavirus that is affecting all of

The BASICS of Mindful Eating and more!

Would you like to learn a basic tool for practicing and/or teaching mindful eating? Would you like to deepen your own mindfulness and mindful eating practice? Would you like to learn about the most recent research describing the benefits of mindful eating? Would you like to know how formal mindfulness practice supports you physically and

Register NOW for Mindful Eating, Life Changing Class!

There are many reasons to take a mindful eating program. You might want to understand why you keep eating even though you’re full. You might want to learn how to soothe your emotions without using food. You might want to learn how to make different food choices or understand the confusing messages you get about

Food and Social Justice Webinar this Thursday!

Some Americans are healthier than others and, despite what you might think, it isn’t because some people just take care of themselves better than others. Rather, the conditions in which some people live have a lot to do with it. For instance, our current food system reflects historic inequalities that lie at the foundation of American

Overcome What Scares You with Mindfulness

I was sitting in meditation this morning and realized how much fear I had overcome through the practice of  mindfulness (namely, present moment awareness without judgment and with kindness and curiosity).  In particular, I was thinking about the pumpkin soup I made as soon as I arrived home yesterday from an overnight airplane trip back

Create Balance in Your Business and Your Life

Entrepreneurs, in particular, often struggle to maintain a nourishing balance between their own health and the health of their business. Have you ever faced an uphill battle when it came to increasing your energy and focus while working long hours to improve your business? You’re not alone. When it comes to our well-being, we often

Open Up Some Space

I am the kind of gal who likes to cram a lot into a day and into life. But, I notice that sometimes busyness is an impediment to peace, rest, and self-reflection. And, it can even happen in places and at time when the purpose of my days are to slow down and ease into

One Step At A Time

Yesterday morning was very foggy where I live and I was struck by how it reflected the feeling I’ve been having over the past couple of months.  I have felt very burdened with responsibility about the success or failure of a project coupled with a couple of other work-related endeavors that have had their ups

Living (and Thriving) in a Changing World

Change is happening. Open your mind and get curious with all the kindness and compassion you can muster. Apply this instruction to any situation you find yourself in. In fact, it could be a mission statement for life. In the Buddhist texts, it is called understanding and knowing the truth of  “impermanence”–an important lesson on

2020 World Mindful Eating Month – Join us Now!

I went to two local health food stores over the weekend and they were both out of cauliflower! This seemed a little odd to me. When I told the cashier, she said since the beginning of the year they had been having a big rush on vegetables! “They are probably making cauliflower mashed potatoes,” she