Listening to a Tara Brach podcast on my morning walk, she tells a story about road construction, that annoyance each of us has experienced that brings up feelings of frustration and thoughts of being late to work or picking up our child on time. The first construction worker directing traffic…
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“Dry January”

Not drinking in the new year following excessively imbibing throughout the holidays can be feel like an accomplishment to some and scary and unattainable to others. “Dry January” has come to be known as the time of year when folks volunteer to become clearer, sober and refreshed in a way…
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Harvest apples in fall for a very good reason!

We’re in transition that ends hot and humid summer to pass into the crisp, cool, and dry weather of fall. Early autumn falls from mid-September to late October and invites us to dine upon fresh, late-summer harvested fruits – notably apples! Fresh apples are abundant and at their peak taste and freshness now. Eaten in…
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