2015 Year-End Reflections

Dec 15, 2015 | Tags: Feminine Practice, holidays, | 2 Comments

This past Saturday was my final workshop for the year, teaching part IV of my Fall series, The Healthy Woman. For a portion of our time together, we explored the need for ritual containers in our lives.

One of my favorite year-end rituals is sorting through my past journal entries from the year, looking at social media posts, and skimming through my google calendar.

What happened this year? What felt significant? What did I celebrate? What pushed me to my edges? (more…)

The Shadow Side of Healthy Eating

Dec 1, 2015 | Tags: eating psychology, self sabotage, | 2 Comments

When it comes to your health or eating habits, what do you pride yourself on? Your dedication to eating locally-sourced foods? Opening your refrigerator and finding gorgeous, organic produce? Your decision to cut down on sugar in your diet?

It feels good to make educated, pro-active decisions around food, especially when we’re up against an industry that is far more invested in financial gain than our collective health. (more…)

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