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SOUL food | Seasonal

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As I mentioned at the end of last year, my focus has been shifting from helping clients with their SOLE foods—the seasonal, organic, local, and ethical foods that I recommend underpin your eating choices, no matter where you fall on the spectrum between vegan and omnivore—to supporting them in the area of SOUL foods—all the other parts of our lives that nourish us...or don't. If you want to try...
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Fill Your Plate | Feed Your Life

One of the fundamental principles of Integrative Nutrition® health coaching is that we are not only nourished (or toxified) by the food we put in our mouths—our secondary foods; we are equally (perhaps even more so) nourished or toxified by our primary foods: the relationships, work, physical activity, spiritual practice, sleep habits, etc. that we choose to embrace. I love the work of Gene...
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Self-care + Happy Stockholders!

I wrote this for a wonderful networking group I am privileged to belong to—if you're an entrepreneur looking for a facilitated referral team, check out Caerusnet (and if there isn't one in your area, you can be trained as a facilitator and start your own)! Although the post is written for entrepreneurs, it's just as relevant for those of us who are overscheduled professionals, parents, employees.....
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Q+A with Virginia Horsey

Listen in on my Q+A with Virginia Horsey of Essential Edge Wellness Solutions, a fellow health coach who wears many hats! Virginia is a railroad conductor and engineer, health coach, figure competitor, wife and mother and is passionate about using nutritious foods and physical activity instead of shakes, pills, or extreme measures to achieve health, fitness, and wellness goals. If you've...
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Unplugged…on vacation in Montague, MI

Last weekend, my kids and I spent 24 hours "unplugged" at a fellow IIN student's lakeside cottage in Montague, MI. (Our kids were initially a bit weirded out by the fact that two "total strangers" would have the adult equivalent of a playdate/sleepover, but even they eventually admitted, "It wasn't as awkward as I thought it'd be....") For me, it was 24 hours of radical self-care: what a luxury...
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