Category Archives: Mindful Eating

Taking Mindfulness to Colorado

Colorado here I come! I’m very excited to be taking mindfulness and my book on the road next week for a three-city excursion. Here’s my itinerary in case you’re going to be in Colorado or know people who are. In case you can’t be in Colorado, you can listen to the interview I did with

Life Is an Experience–Not Just a Routine

How much of your life do you go around on autopilot? Whether it’s your morning ritual, the route you drive to work, what you do when you reach the office, what you eat, or what you do in the evening much of our lives are spent in routines that can turn us into robots instead

Mindful Eating Goes Live!

I’m happy to announce that the Eat for Life program which I taught at the University of Missouri for many years will now be available online in a live format.  For those of you who don’t know, Eat for Life is a mindfulness-based intuitive eating program that was designed for people wanting a better relationship

Strengthen Your Meditation Muscles

Research indicates that mindfulness is one of the most important skills for changing how you eat and how you feel about your body.  Mindfulness is a skill that helps you focus and attend to sensations like hunger, satiety, and taste, as well as increases kindness and self-compassion. Meditation practice is a method for strengthening your

Mindful Eating at a Hotel Breakfast Buffet–Hold The Sugar Please!

I recently traveled out of town and found myself scanning a typical hotel breakfast buffet to find something I could eat. Imagine my horror! If you immediately know what I’m talking about then this blog will be old news for you. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then please continue to read, for

Better Eating and Living through Mindful Self-Compassion

What better way to start the new year than with a dose of self-compassion. Instead of letting the winter blues set in, find out how to warm the heart and shut out the cold. What obstacles arise as you try to practice self-compassion? Find out how to overcome them in the latest issue of Food

Mindfully Having Your Holiday Treats

We are smack in the middle of the holiday grazing period.  All of the break rooms are filled with candy, cookies, donuts, chocolate, cakes, and pies.  Brunches and holiday dinners with family and friends have tables filled with an overabundance of food. What to do? These are just a few simple thoughts I want to offer you

A Mindful Halloween Meditation

Yes, anything you bring your attention to turn it into a meditation—even Halloween! So, let me tell you a little story and share my meditation on Halloween.  Last year for the very first time I was struck by the irony of me giving out full size, sugary candy bars to innocent children as they paraded

Mindfulness-based, Intuitive Eating – Learning to Trust the Body

Your body is a magnificent instrument that is designed to move you toward a state of health on a moment by moment basis.  Just think about it works to heal your body when you injure it in some way.  At the cellular level, the body just knows what to do.  In the same way, the

BASICS of Mindful Eating Teleconference

In case you missed the BASICS of Mindful Eating teleconference last week, but still would like to listen to it, you’re in luck! The recording is now available on The Center for Mindful Eating site, if you want to listen, or share it with others: http://www.thecenterformindfuleating.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1863600 This can also be listened to directly on Soundcloud:
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