Eat Less, Play More

Remember when you were a child and you got so wrapped up in playing, imagining or creating that you didn’t want to stop when it was time to eat? Do you remember leaving your meal half-finished to run off and continue playing? Children innately understand that food is secondary to what is most nutritious and primary in life: fun and play. As adults we seem to have ...

Love and Loss

January 10th, 2013 marked the end of an era in my family.  My dear sweet grandmother, Mama Jane, passed away at the ripe age of 93. We spent the last few days making preparations for the funeral even though she kindly and in typical fashion had laid out detailed instructions about the arrangements. After suffering from Alzheimer’s for the last five years we felt that ...

New Year, New You

A lot of people begin the New Year by making resolutions. We’ve all been there. We take a vow to lose weight, exercise more or spend more time with our family. We start the year with great intentions, but then we quickly relapse into old habits. Why is it so hard to stick to those New Year’s resolutions? Here are some ways you can make your intentions ...