Month: May 2014

Calm Voice

Kids are small. Imagine the emotional impact of someone twice your size yelling at you on the regular? Maya Angelou captured it when she said: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget […]

Jalapeno Cashew “Cheese”

Jalapeno Cashew “Cheese”

The star of this dish is the jalapeno cheese sauce that sparkles with possibility. It makes a great dip for veggies, sauce for spiralized zucchini, or spread for sandwiches. And if you like “nacho cheese” kale chips, look no further! 1½ cups cashews ½ cup […]

Resilience

Some people, either genetically or intuitively, are born with more resilience than others. They’re the ones who smile in the face of adversity, reframe bad events as opportunities, and adopt a wait-and-see attitude about future threats. This doesn’t mean that they don’t feel pain. Resilient […]

Path of Mindfulness

The path of mindfulness begins with our self. Each of us is here to study and get to know who we are as we journey through life. But it can be painful to see our less desirable parts. They trigger fears of unworthiness. So when […]

Razzle Dazzle Bites

Razzle Dazzle Bites

(Makes 12) Crust: 1 cup hazelnuts, save 6 for garnish ¼ cup coconut oil, liquefied ½ teaspoon vanilla extract pinch of salt Process hazelnuts until crumbly. Add remaining ingredients and pulse to form a dough. Line a 12-cup muffin tin with liners. Divide dough into […]

What is health?

“What is health?” During internship my supervisor would ask me this whenever I got stumped. As a former body worker and whole foods chef, it was the perfect guiding question for a budding mind/body therapist. Take a moment and ask yourself what health means to […]