Being a longtime musician aids in reaction times.
My daughter recently started violin lessons. While I’ll admit there’s quite a bit of squawking involved, my husband and... Read More
Here are a few tips for keeping calm and taking care during the holiday season.
Stress is an inevitable, natural, normal part of our lives. The problem... Read More
Learning benefits us as we age
As we grow older, learning new things is essential for maintaining cognitive health and quality of life. According to research from the University... Read More
Hint: It's not just about chewing your food for a long time.
Many people think that mindful eating is about eating slowly or about chewing your food... Read More
"Perhaps," says Sylvia Boorstein, "these days of less sunlight are opportunities for more contemplative time, more looking deeply to see what can only be seen in... Read More
Don't let your holiday stress accumulate.
Who designs gingerbread kits? That is what I would like to know. And do they not understand gravity? My kids and... Read More
Try these three recipes for better digestion.
The holidays can overwhelm. Whether it is our schedule, our nerves, our physical reserves, this is the time when the... Read More
What can your anger teach you about yourself for better relationships?
Falling in love is awesome. And sometimes it’s awful. I’ve had a few pretty bad relationships... Read More
Feeling like you might throttle someone? Try these tactics instead.
Ah, difficult people. There are passive aggressives—the ones who “forget” and put pork in a vegetarian’s dinner.... Read More
This mix combines zesty warming spices that boost aroma, flavor, healing wisdom, and most importantly, the fire in your foods, your belly, your life.
Agni is the Sanskrit word for fire. In Ayurveda, it... Read More