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 – pack your snacks

Hello All, While I am traveling, I am reflecting on wellness practices that I use during my trips (anything lasting longer than about 3 days). In situations where you will be navigating time changes, or spending time on trains, where there is some schedule uncertainty, it may be wise to pack some snacks. I am … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – pack your snacks

Saturday share – Eating Alone — Longreads

I really enjoyed this piece from Longreads.  Of course, it’s on a theme I enjoy contemplating. It made me want to dine alone in public now and then, even though I have little objection to room service when I am traveling alone. We’re eating alone more often than in any previous generation. But why should … Continue reading Saturday share – Eating Alone — Longreads

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)

Wellness Wednesday – food and social pressure

This week I am introducing a topic which may be one of a series, since it is complex topic. But it arose for me as I was attending a work gathering last night and observing the way in which I and others approached the food and alcohol service on a patio restaurant for a social … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – food and social pressure

Eating as entertainment

I was reflecting last Friday while having a late lunch with my colleagues in Guadalajara that eating has become entertainment in our culture. I considered the effects of viewing food as entertainment rather than fuel for our body, and the changes I have undergone in the past couple years regarding my own eating. There is … Continue reading Eating as entertainment