‘Mindful Eating’

Two Styles of Making Peace with Food and Eating

By Guest Blogger on 03/14/2013

Today’s post is by Lisa Claudia Briggs, psycho-spiritual therapist, an intuitive wise woman, and devoted mentor who helps others release all sorts of things that weigh them down. Stay tuned tomorrow for a Q&A with Lisa. The women I work with around losing weight, changing the way they eat and learning to honor and love their bodies in reliable daily […] Read more »


Creating Space to Move from Reaction to Response

By Darla Breckenridge on 03/04/2013

Have you ever noticed that sometimes you just keep hanging in a situation that is uncomfortable? Sometimes as women we don’t feel we are permitted to step away from a difficult situation, e.g., criticism at work, an argument at home, or an upsetting political discussion. And a lot of times, using food to cope when that uncomfortable situation happens. But […] Read more »


Mindfully Eating Chocolate: You Can Do It!

By Marsha Hudnall on 02/15/2013

This is a version of a post I first put up over on We Are the Real Deal, a blog that is winning all kinds of awards for its great work in helping women and girls cultivate self-esteem, positive body image, and healthy coping. We’re proud to be a part of it with monthly posts that add to the blog’s […] Read more »


Fashion Friday: Inspirational Jewelry for Exercise Motivation!

By Lisa Christie on 01/04/2013

Fitspiration: Wearable Motivation One of my friends tattooed her wrist with the letters M-O-V-E. What a great idea, I thought! Body art as fitness inspiration and exercise motivation! But for those of us less bold or afraid of needles, I think inspirational jewelry can serve as a continuous reminder to take care of ourselves in the New Year, too. I […] Read more »


How to Stop Eating When Full – Part 2

By Robyn Priebe on 12/26/2012

The day after Christmas, a post on how to stop eating when full seems a bit after the fact perhaps. But the holidays aren’t over, and in truth, it’s a challenge many face throughout the year, so we’re taking this opportunity to follow up to last week’s  Part 1 on the subject. In that post, we explored what physical fullness […] Read more »

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