Changing Thinking: Scrutinize Your Dissatisfaction

By Darla Breckenridge

Disillusionment can be heartbreaking, especially when we’re disillusioned about a reality that never happened. You imagined yourself somehow different: all-achieving, in control, showing no signs of aging and, gee, it didn’t turn out that way. You feel let down by, what? By your imagined reality? Pay Attention to Your Self-Talk The first step towards uncovering your personal beliefs is to start […] Read more »


Stop Binge Eating by Connecting with Your Senses: Another Green Mountain KISS

By Darla Breckenridge

Smell…fresh baked bread right out of the oven. Taste…a crisp juicy pink lady apple. See…the blush of the sun on a snowy mountain top Hear…the sigh of contentment after taking a sip of delicious coffee. Feel…the warmth of the fire on your hands when you come in from a snowshoe. These are your senses which serve you so well and […] Read more »

Healthy Cooking Thursday – Curried Lentil Soup

By Chef Lisa

Let's set aside deliciousness for a moment and consider why it might be a great idea to have more curry in your life.  First of all, curries are a great way to utilize vegetarian protein sources, perfect for a celebration of Meatless Mondays.  Secondly, many curries involve coconut milk, and it seems that everywhere you turn these days, nutritionists are talking about the myriad benefits of […] Read more »