Beating Food Obsessions: Two Book Reviews

Over the last few weeks, I've been reading two books that I never got to during my yoga training. They both have to do with mindfulness while eating, about tackling the issues beneath and/or undermining every attempt to diet (or not to diet), about dealing with the baggage we've carried around with us since childhood … Continue reading Beating Food Obsessions: Two Book Reviews

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Crunchy Mama: Cloth Diaper Review (Six Months In…), Babywearing Basics, and Homemade Baby Food

I'm not entirely certain where the term "crunchy mama" came from, nor who started it, but it has stuck for those who have chosen to go a more traditional, eco-friendly, organic route to baby-rearing. I am not saying that those who've chosen a more convenient route are in any way wrong. I believe that everyone … Continue reading Crunchy Mama: Cloth Diaper Review (Six Months In…), Babywearing Basics, and Homemade Baby Food

March 2014 Articles and Recipes

Wow! I can hardly believe that it's almost Spring! Time flies when you're having fun, and I'm definitely doing that. Watching my little one grow up brings surprises and smiles each new day. I am constantly amazed at how fresh everything seems to her each morning, and encourage everyone to stop and consider their life … Continue reading March 2014 Articles and Recipes

The Benefits of and Tips for Foam Rolling

You may or may not have heard about it. You may have seen people in the gym rolling across three-foot foam logs that come in a myriad of colors, textures, and firmnesses with grimaces and even sweat, and thought, "What the heck are they doing?" You're not alone. Foam rolling, while beneficial, isn't always discussed … Continue reading The Benefits of and Tips for Foam Rolling