Be a Green Goddess

Now that spring has officially arrived, color palettes in clothing, food, and the landscapes around us are changing. The Pantone colors of the year are Rose Quartz and Serenity and how wonderful they are; however, I’m not a fashion trend follower, so I’m going old school and going to talk about how great the color […]

5 Tips for the Form Seeking Runner

Photo by Rafael Diaz There are a few different philosophies on running. One philosophy places running on a pedestal and suggests it a necessity to living well and staying in great shape. Another suggests running is a tool for overall wellness and training but is great primarily in deliberate moderation. And yet another philosophy suggests […]

Pickled Beets and Walnut Green Salad

This is the time of year for root vegetables like beets, sweet potatoes and carrots.  Also common this time of year are “canned” foods because they have been preserved to make vegetables available even when out of season.  According to Traditional Chinese Medicine beets are a very grounding and “blood building” food.  This salad is […]

Snorkeling for the Body and Soul

This past March I had the opportunity to travel to the US Virgin Islands, in the Caribbean.  Talk about a gorgeous environment!  The pretty turquoise water of St. John was so clear you could see very clearly to a depth of twelve feet. An hour in the water swimming with schools of fish, sting rays, […]

5 Tips For Healthy Goal Setting

It is a New Year!  It is not too late to set goals that will better your health and lifestyle in 2014. Here are 5 tips to help you break free from procrastination and make it happen.  # 1 – Know Why You Want It If you don’t understand the underlying reason you want to […]