A New Spin on an Old Tradition

Would you like a new spin on an old tradition? It’s mid January, and if you’re like the majority of people, I bet that most of your New Year’s Resolutions have fallen by the wayside. In my article “New Beginnings…” … Continue reading

Happiness Happens Day

August 8th is Happiness Happens Day! Here in the U.S., we have all kinds of interesting (often obscure) holidays, including Festival of Sleep Day Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day Wear Pajamas to Work Day National S’Mores Day Take a Walk … Continue reading

From Loss to Legacy

The article below – “From Loss to Legacy” – was written by my friend and colleague Sandy Peckinpah, author of How to Survive the Worst that Can Happen, and is reprinted with her permission. She and I, unfortunately, belong to a unique group … Continue reading

Spring Has Sprung

Spring Has Sprung Ah…. it’s spring! Glancing outside and feasting my eyes on all the flowers and soon-to-be flowers (tightly wrapped buds just waiting to burst forth), I am reminded of a little poem a high school English teacher would … Continue reading

Scratch Cooking

Scratch Cooking Did you see my “Healthy To-Do List” that I wrote as an alternative to resolutions? Another way to up our good health potential is to eat out less and cook from scratch at home more. Some advantages of scratch … Continue reading

Alternative to Resolutions

Alternative to Resolutions As we usher in the new year, many people are busy proclaiming their resolutions. You can read my last year’s post and discover 5 Steps to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions.   This year, however, I’ve come up … Continue reading

Be Light

Be Light Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed this holiday season? Gifts to buy, cards to send, cookies to bake? The holidays are a-happening! Christmas, of course, is in just a few weeks. Chanukah (also spelled Hanukkah) started a few days … Continue reading

5 Tips for More Joy

5 Tips for More Joy The holidays are upon us. Filled with excitement, shopping, parties and STRESS. Here are a few tips to bring more joy into this holiday season. 1. Be Present Set your intention to enjoy the moment rather … Continue reading

Choose Health: Keep a Food Journal

Choose Health: Keep a Food Journal Have you ever kept a food journal? For years I have recommended that my clients keep a food journal so they can begin to see the relationship between what’s happening in their lives, their … Continue reading

Skipping Breakfast?

Are You Skipping Breakfast? For years we’ve heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. My parents told me, I told my children, and I told myself. According to the authorities: Eat breakfast and you’ll have more … Continue reading