TBT – There is no “better” you

**This is an edited post from January 2018. It is a relevant reminder for the workshop I have coming up on the 27th.** I have noticed a lot of flyers in fitness centers and around bulletin boards that invite people to "become a better you." I really dislike this slogan. You are just fine the … Continue reading TBT – There is no “better” you

Saturday Share – How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan

If your New Year diet has already failed, it’s not your fault. This post explains why. via How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan I had to share this post because Julie speaks to many of the issues I have experienced in my past struggles with food … Continue reading Saturday Share – How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan

Wellness Wednesday – cooling the brain

Happy Wednesday! It is time to focus on wellness and I shall return to a topic near and dear to my heart - sleep! I started listening to a course recently on Insight Timer by Jennifer Piercy called "Your Guide to Deeper Sleep." I really like how she describes sleep as a "cooling" of the inflammation … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – cooling the brain

Wellness Wednesday – food & social pressure (part 2)

Last week I wrote about this topic and there was some interest in a further exploration. I think it is appropriate to post about this on a holiday (at least for those in the U.S.) because that is often a time when we can feel pressure to eat or drink, at parties or social events. … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – food & social pressure (part 2)

Powdered substances

For those who have a.d.d. or struggle with an attention issue, getting a healthy diet and plenty of health fats every day is critical. I take fish oil supplements every day because these are helpful to balance brain chemistry. I also love avocados, olive oil and coconut oil, all healthy fats for our brains. I realized … Continue reading Powdered substances