We all grieve. It isn't always about someone dying - any change in your way of life (divorce, job change, kids going to college...) can be a grief event for you. We're all pretty bad at grieving, and at helping other people through it. Here is a handy download of tips to use your body as a healing partner. It gets easier. Keep breathing.
In 2017, I moved to the border of Washington and Canada, surrounded by fruit trees and wineries. I like wine, but I live on fruit, so I spend most of the summer eating and storing. I'm not making jam. No way, too much work, too much sugar. And I only have so much freezer space, so I save it for blueberries, raspberries and tomatoes. The peaches, plums, pears, apples, strawberries and cherries - I chop, dehydrate, store in beautiful jars on the counter, and eat them by the handful all winter, or add them to cereal, salad, trail mix. (1 minute read)
It feels good to stretch our tight muscles; it just won't fix them. (1 minute video)
Did you know better breathing = less back pain? (1 minute read)
It seems we've collectively decided that "comfort food" automatically means
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I’ve always loved toast with butter melting under a sprinkle of cinnamon and brown sugar. This is not a bad treat, at any age, but it’s really easy to upgrade.
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How you sleep can make or break you. (2 minute video)
An easy healthy DIY for fighting colds, flu, and bad habits. (2 minute read)
Skin Brushing is healthy, luxurious self care that works. (1 minute read)