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Category Archives: Resources

Reading, Watching, Eating, Loving + Video Part Deux

Reading, Watching, Eating, Loving + Video Part Deux

In two weeks I’m moving into a new house. Plus, I’m right in the middle of All of The Social Things, and because I’m an introvert, it means I have to save up the energy to show up for them by staying kind of still and quiet. And by “kind of still and quiet”, IContinue Reading

The Art of Creating Meaningful Connections

The Art of Creating Meaningful Connections

  It’s been a pretty crazy week. Mostly, because of the state of popular culture. This week I got a Facebook invitation to a Pap Smear Party. Seriously. It’s a party where everyone will snuggle up on pillows in a private home, drink whiskey kombuchas, insert their own speculums, and have the host/doctor walk aroundContinue Reading

Installations Of Light: The Missing You Post

Installations Of Light: The Missing You Post

So, good grief, how are you? That thing has happened again, where so much time goes by since the last time we talked, and now there’s so much to say, I don’t even know where to start, and it feels like it’s going to be an hours long conversation. But I’ll sum up with listsContinue Reading

You Need Love Like You Need Oxygen. It’s Fundamental.

You Need Love Like You Need Oxygen. It’s Fundamental.

Being healthy means having a life that is rich and fulfilling. One of the tools to achieving this is whole, fresh, colorful and nutrient-rich foods to feed your body so it can be strong and clear enough to hold your good ideas and your wicked sense of humor. Your relationships should also be whole, fresh,Continue Reading

Health is a Vehicle. Not a destination.

Health is a Vehicle. Not a destination.

  Health is the car you take to the beach. When you get to the beach, you don’t sit in the car just looking at the water. You get out of the car and run into the waves, right? In this metaphor, the beach is all of the cool things you want to do withContinue Reading

New Year, Same Cool You – or – Please Keep It Realistic, People

New Year, Same Cool You – or – Please Keep It Realistic, People

On the first of the year, loads of people will resolve to quit something. Or quit all the things. And start doing different, better things. Inevitably, some improvements might stick, most will fail. It’s a lot of pressure. So I’m here to say: Stop trying to trade yourself in for a different model. You can’t stopContinue Reading

To Longer Days and Laughing

To Longer Days and Laughing

Here we are. Nearly at the end of another year. For those of us who celebrate The Christmas, it is happening now. We do. This means pie and presents will go down this week. Jimmy Stewart and Will Ferrell will both make an appearance. I don’t know about you guys, but I am deep intoContinue Reading

Healthy, Hearty Gift Ideas – 2013

Healthy, Hearty Gift Ideas – 2013

Here is a (by no means comprehensive but utterly fantastic) list of things that will make the perfect gift for all sorts of humans. Gifting can be confusing. Consumerism can be annoying. Holidays can be nothing but the stress of obligation. Please know that you are also welcome to buy nothing at all. Or toContinue Reading

Happiness, Horror + Hitchcock: A Breakdown of Thanksgiving*

Happiness, Horror + Hitchcock: A Breakdown of Thanksgiving*

Here in America, it is the week of Thanksgiving. If you happen to be  American and Jewish, it is the week of Thanksgivukkah which I won’t even touch because 1. I’m not Jewish and 2. I’m overwhelmed enough over one holiday and spending even a second contemplating a double-holiday portmanteau may push me into aContinue Reading

Who Am I To Help People Get All Healthy When I Just Ate All The Tater Tots

Who Am I To Help People Get All Healthy When I Just Ate All The Tater Tots

So the weather has shifted and all of a sudden we have like five hours less light here in Portland. Also, as many of you know, I started home(un)schooling my son 3-ish months ago. And while I still stand by the school choice, the reality is that now I have an eleven year old boyContinue Reading

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