In-Season Vegetable Garden Bowl

One of my favorite things about summer is that I can steer away from rigid meal planning and play with what's in season in the garden. Below is the recipe for a last minute meal I put together the other day with the harvest from Hoople Creek's CSA basket. This lovely basket of organic, in-season … Continue reading In-Season Vegetable Garden Bowl

Regret and the Fear of Letting Go: Part 3 of Over-Eating, Hoarding and Shopping Addiction

1457022421ab8br After I went on a clutter purge, I felt incredibly vulnerable. I was shocked that discarding could have the emotional charge that it did. I had all sorts of phrases circulating around my mind that were all filled with "what if...", "but maybe...", "suppose I need to..." and the all-pervasive "what if I regret it?"

False-Fill Up: What Over-Eating, Hoarding and Shopping Have in Common

14134949178wx9wIn a previous post I wrote about the benefits of gently detoxing our body each spring by eating nourishing foods that places less stress on our digestive system and that also supports detoxification. The increase in energy, stable mood, improved sleep and overall feeling of vitality are all indications that a cleanse is working.

Mind-Body Eating – An Introduction to Developing a Mindful Eating Practice – Leave the Diets Behind

Mind-Body Eating – Dig Deep and Get to the Root Mind-Body eating seeks to re-establish the mind-body connection so that you can use your own inner-guidance system to listen to your body and direct your food choices. You are the author of your eating. I am not the guru or the expert–you are. In my … Continue reading Mind-Body Eating – An Introduction to Developing a Mindful Eating Practice – Leave the Diets Behind