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Meditating with my Tomatoes

Meditating with my Tomatoes

You may know that I volunteer at the Orange Home Grown Education Farm and I love it! I’ve become a big gardening enthusiast and look forward to our Friday morning volunteer work days. I’ve been trying to sprout seeds for the farm, and it’s been a mix of success and failure. I bought a starter tray with 50 little cups, a heating pad and some soil. My friend entrusted me with some precious seeds she had purchased at a gardening… >> more.

Developing Discernment

Developing Discernment

I heard some women talking today while I was at lunch, and they were sharing about what the new year means to them. It was as you might expect, new beginnings, a re-set time, renewal and growth. We all come out of the holidays feeling a bit weathered, but then we turn our eyes forward and start thinking about what we want to do next. For many of us there’s a surge of urgency to get moving, and really start… >> more.

Is Summer Really Over?

Is Summer Really Over?

NOOOO, say it isn’t so! Being from New England, fall is one of my favorite times of year. It signals a reboot. I haven’t cleaned my house (don’t judge) since June because I was doing fun stuff outside. We can open our windows because the mercury has dipped below 70. Heck, we might even be able to start a fire in the fireplace.  

Food is definitely one of those things that changes when fall rolls around. The kids are… >> more.

Holistic Healing - What Can You Expect?

Holistic Healing – What Can You Expect?

I was stopped in my tracks by an interview I heard recently on NPR. In it, Bruce Kramer spoke openly of his struggle, according to him, to “live while dying from ALS”. He died on March 23, 2015. His story touched my heart and inspired me.

I was moved by his courage – first, to share so honestly. And further, by the strength he exhibited in his response to the disease. He chose to be vulnerable and discuss… >> more.