Category Archives: Savor Every Bite

12 Mindful Eating Tips to Make the Holidays Sparkle

Mindful eating can help you have your holidays and your holiday food, too.  Make the season bright by enjoying your food and eating what you want without guilt. To do that, here are 12 tips that you might find useful. They are not your usual “show up for the party full so you won’t be

50 Practices to Savor for a Lifetime: A Simple Gift That Keeps On Giving

This is the season where we often give gifts to family and friends that we love and cherish. To that end, I would like to suggest my newest book Savor Every Bite: Mindful Ways to Eat, Love Your Body and Live with Joy, as a beautiful offering to those you love. It is an inexpensive

Giving Thanks Everyday: How Gratitude Can Change Your Life

“If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.”— Meister Eckhart Saying thank you for the blessings in my life is a part of my regular spiritual practice. I don’t really need a holiday to remind me of the power of gratitude. But, since we’re at that time of year,

Four Steps to Happiness: A Short Path with Big Rewards

People generally want to be happy, but there seems to be a definite difficulty in achieving it. I don’t mean the kind of happiness that is absent the tapestry of human emotion. Our lives are filled with difficulty and challenge. No, the happiness that I’m talking about is the kind that embraces all aspects of

Sign Up Now! Eat for Life Changes Everything

Greetings! Enrollment for the next online Eat for Life classes is now open for the Winter Session. Eat for Life is a 10-week mindfulness-based intuitive eating program designed to help you develop a loving and kind relationship with your food and your body. Research on the program has demonstrated its success at helping people increase

Mind Your Breath: Mouth Breathing and the Perfect Breath

I wanted to share with you my latest interview with Paul Pepper. Join us in some perfect breathing. Enjoy!

Blind Faith in Behaviors that Fail Us: The Case for Mindfulness

How do you decide who or what you should trust? Or, do you even think about it?  My guess is that many of us unconsciously trust a lot of things without even thinking about them. We trust that the sun will come up in the morning and set at night. We trust that people will

Listening to the Body, Not the Mind

Most of us listen to our minds all day long without hardly checking in with the body from the neck down. This overinvolvement with the mind and under-involvement with the rest of your body can have significant deleterious effects. Listening to the Mind First of all, the mind has about 60-80,000 thoughts a day and

You’re a Breath Away from Better Health, Sleep, and Happiness

I always joke that I went to graduate school to get a Ph.D. so I could teach people to breathe. But, in fact, that is what I’ve done a lot of—from teaching breathing techniques in individual psychotherapy sessions to mindful eating programs and yoga sessions. My first experiences with the power of the breath were

Are You Ready to Take Hold of Your Midlife Years?

One of the most important things I’ve learned as I’m navigating my midlife years is to roll with the punches and to always keep my mind open to learning. It’s so incredibly important to surround yourself with women going through similar ups and downs to inspire, encourage and motivate you on your own journey! That