Simple Living

How Cooking Can Change Your Life

By |April 23rd, 2014|

Greetings Wellness Warriors!
A colleague of mine shared this with me and I thought it was a perfect message to share. It seems we keep getting busier and busier, and cooking has become an ‘inconvenience’, even a nuisance to many. I have to admit, even I have found myself feeling that at times, but in being


By |April 8th, 2014|

Today, practice breathing fully and deeply, often throughout your day. Consider taking a breathing space every half hour or hour. Each time, checking in to how you feel and what you need in that moment; listening gently to the quiet whispers of your body and soul. Solitude does not have to be an extended period


By |April 5th, 2014|

With so much information being thrown at us every single day, and what feels like every minute, we can feel overwhelmed and quite honestly, fearful. Most often and unfortunately, depending on your medium of choice, the messages we receive about food are loaded with fear. Pancake syrup may cause cancer, aspartame linked to multiple sclerosis,


By |April 3rd, 2014|

One of the most powerful practices you can incorporate into your daily routine is setting clear intentions for the upcoming day, week, month and beyond. Since the theme of this month is simplicity, let’s start with getting clear on what it is you DO want. In particular when it comes to your well-being.

Recall that simplicity


By |April 2nd, 2014|

Simple Living – Day 2

Yes, I said eat “more”. That means add in, amp up, increase, and stimulate feelings of abundance. The modern day dieting mentality  is about elimination, deprivation, less, removing, cutting out. What if the one simple thing you did today was a shift in mindset; to tell yourself to eat more? But more of


By |April 1st, 2014|

Welcome to my Simple Living “project”. As I reflected on April and how I wanted to continue spreading the message of Whole Health, I thought, “Why not share daily tips and reminders that would help other create more health, more vitality?” This would also include reminding myself!

Simple Living is meant to be about daily minute