Check out this simple 10-minute recorded meditation to bring you comfort.
I’m the youngest daughter of three to a stay-at-home-mom. Youngest is a relative term, as my eldest sister is only 30 months older than I am. Now, as the mother of two daughters aged 17 months apart, I cannot imagine how my mother managed. I… Read More »I didn’t overestimate how much help I’d get, I underestimated how much I’d need
Years ago, I spent three semesters studying addiction counseling. I learned a few things; first, I learned we don’t know shit about addiction and addiction counseling. I also learned the power group experiences – namely group therapy – in helping us to be our best… Read More »The Value of Novelty
No one prepared me for the fact that 58% of parenting is just feeding people. Another 40% is cleaning up after feeding people. If you’re like me and drowning under the mental pressure of “whats for dinner?” (and breakfast, and morning snack, and lunch, and… Read More »1 Essential Tip to Simplify Meal Time
1 cup buckwheat flour (If your family is picky about buckwheat, use more whole wheat. Slowly change the recipe until it’s more buckwheat.) 1/2 cup whole wheat flour 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1 tbsp. sugar of any type 1 cup coconut milk 4-6 small beets… Read More »Beet & Buckwheat Waffles
There’s a lot you can do to improve the quality of your life while you are sick with Covid.
I started 2022 in a way I haven’t started a year since 2014: with yoga. I used to practice a half-mala, comprised of 54 Series A Sun Salutes, at the start of every year. This year, vacationing with my family, I had intended to attend… Read More »Lessons from a New Year Half-Mala
Chia pudding is just about the perfect food. Chia seeds boast wonderful health benefits from fiber to magnesium to quality protein. In addition, they score highly from a tridoshic / Ayurvedic perspective, especially during Vata season (Autumn). This simple recipe takes chia pudding up a… Read More »Autumn Chia and Stewed Peach Pudding