‘mindfulness’

40 Ways to Feed Your Spiritual Hunger

By Darla Breckenridge

Filling Up With Something Other Than Food Today’s blog post is part of our top-40 series to mark Green Mountain’s 40th anniversary. Sometimes it’s just really hard to imagine how to fill yourself up in lieu of food.  Eating in mindless ways can be an attempt to help yourself feel better, but what if the food isn’t getting to the source […] Read more »

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Taking a Walk with Intention

By Darla Breckenridge

Now that it’s FINALLY warming up, taking a walk everyday may be more realistic for some of us. Walking soothes your mind; connects you with your body; and helps you manage anxiety, cope with the blues, and improve your happiness. Here are a few ideas about how to conceptualize taking a walk without having it be a “should.“ Taking a Walk […] Read more »

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The Binge Eating Diaries: Are You Feeding The Body or Mind?

By Jacki Monaco

A series by Green Mountain alum Jacki Monaco on her journey to overcome binge eating. Follow her every other Thursday as she blogs about the victories and challenges of repairing her relationships with food, her body and herself. For the last few weeks I’ve been toying with an idea that has seemed out of reach for me the last twenty-four […] Read more »

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Creating Space to Move from Reaction to Response

By Darla Breckenridge

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 »

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