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Imperfect and in need of fixing

Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese concept of imperfect beauty. It gets real when you think of it as Richard Powell does: “Nothing lasts forever, nothing is ever finished, and nothing is…

It’s time to slow it on down, y’all.

Summer clothes are packed away, winter clothes washed, hung and folded for the upcoming season, boots in the hallway closet. We’re invited to embrace the longer, darker, quieter nights, by…

Transitions……ouch, that hurts!

Shifting away from one thing to another can feel as graceful as subtle summer departing while embracing fall. Or a kite surfing effortlessly on a breezy day. It can also…

Dreaded meal planning

I’m so excited to share this blog post by friend, colleague, and new Mama, Marci Evans. Please enjoy! Is it just me or do any of you dread dealing with…

Buddy up for the both of you!

Ever found yourself struggling to make that evening exercise class you signed up for? Or find you get extra snuggly when the alarm bugles the morning run announcement? Even though…

Warming Pumpkin Vegetable Soup

Nothing’s better than a steaming bowl of colorful veggies to settle into the cold of winter. Quick to prepare, ladle into bowl and enjoy with toasted harvest bread or cornbread…

Roots rock!

One of the biggest challenges my clients face is meal planning. “Oh, what do I make for dinner?” they lament. They get wary of coming up with new ideas and…

Reigning negatives of diet culture

Sometimes I feel I need all these umbrellas to shield me from the constant, unrelenting onslaught of diet culture. Just yesterday, a client shared she was having lunch with a…

Bridge the gap toward a whole you

The bridge to what you want and what you currently experience is often long and arduous and seemingly nonexistent. Behavioral changes around food, activity and body can feel daunting. We…
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