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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…
Watertown river walk

A Path to Self

A part of my week is taking long, brisk walks in nature – to be honest, sometimes it’s neighborhood streets with yards filled with bushes and perennials. My favorite walk…

We’re all afraid of something

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…

Mindful eating meditation

My dear friend and fellow yoga teacher and executive coach, Linda Malcomb, has created an inspirational website loaded with meditations to help us belong in our bodies and the world…

Level up to Hyper-Local

Times a’changing and folks are keener on eating local than ever before. Did you know that the food you eat travels close to 2,000 miles to get to you? And,…

“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…

Guide to eating during the holidays

Oh, the end-of-year holidays can wreak havoc on your diet and meal plans. Your mind may be beset with thoughts of how to cope with the different foods that will…

Gift of creativity – Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is a highlight of creativity for me. My table that glows and beckons and invites gets better year after year, all based on a magazine article I tuck away…
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