The One Mindfulness Exercise You Should Do Every Day (and it’s easy!)

Recipe for Spirit I get it. Mindfulness is something to aspire to, but it’s damn hard to come by. Especially with that non-stop narration “in your head” that pulls you in five ... Continue Reading →

We Can All Be Philanthropists

Read This Article on Hufftington Post. com Recipe for Spirit How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world. — Anne Frank This ... Continue Reading →

Moving from “Middle Road” to Mindfulness

Recipe for Mind and Spirit Seeking the “Middle Road” is an effective strategy I use with therapy clients and on my own journey to wholeness. Rather than allowing your mind and ... Continue Reading →

Extend Your Spring Cleaning to Body, Mind and Spirit

 Note:  For an “Internal” Spring Cleaning join our Group S-Tox (Sensible Approach to Detox) May 26-29th  Details below An extended winter throughout much of the US and ... Continue Reading →

Creating a Year of Positive Habits

Why Most New Year’s Resolutions Fizzle If you are making resolutions for 2015, consider that most of them won’t last beyond three weeks. According to Forbes, less than ... Continue Reading →

Out of the Psyche and ‘Into the Woods’

RECIPE FOR MIND AND SPIRIT Teachable Moments and Life Lessons in This Movie Into the Woods, debuting Christmas Day, is not just a light family musical based on fairy tales, although ... Continue Reading →

Appreciating Life – A Lesson From Brittany Maynard

          Recipe for Spirit 3 Tips for Developing Mindfulness Brittany Maynard’s death this past weekend stirred some very deep emotions in me and ignited reflections on ... Continue Reading →

Course for High Demand Holistic Health Careers

Natural Wellness Course Creates High-Demand Holistic Health Careers  Coaching Program Targets Obesity, Diabetes, Heart and Other Health Issues The American Medical Association has ... Continue Reading →