Raspberry Coconut Chia Pudding

One of my favorite go-to, year-round breakfasts is chia pudding. It’s a wonderfully versatile meal you can continuously change up based on the season, your digestive needs, and your palate! This one is great for summer, with cooling coconut and seasonal raspberries. You can make it the night before or even a couple days in … Continue reading Raspberry Coconut Chia Pudding

Quarantine Convos Week 2

If you didn’t get a chance to join our community Quarantine Conversations this week, here is a recording! This week’s topic: emotions and the stages of grief as we’ve experienced them during quarantine. We talked acceptance, presence, and coping as emotions arise, plus tapping into our bodies and our physiology to work through them. Thank … Continue reading Quarantine Convos Week 2

Quarantine Convos Week 1

If you didn’t get a chance to join the Quarantine Conversations this week, here is a recording! Such a great group of people sharing how they’ve been handling the quarantine. Thank you everyone! Hope to see you next week!

Cauliflower Chickpea Curry

With COVID-19 spreading and everyone social distancing, I thought I’d share a recipe that’s easy, flavorful, and has minimal fresh ingredients for those of us who are immune compromised and avoiding grocery store trips as much as possible. This vegetarian curry is an awesome recipe to have on hand for those days you just don’t … Continue reading Cauliflower Chickpea Curry

10 Tips to Get Moving Every Day

One of the essential habits I help my Happy Healthy Habits course members implement in their lives is Breath-Body Practice. I call it Breath-Body Practice instead of ‘exercise’ or ‘working out’ because it’s about connecting our breath with our bodies and honoring our need for movement, rather than subjecting ourselves to disembodied physical activity because … Continue reading 10 Tips to Get Moving Every Day

Vegetarian Split Pea Soup

Want a tasty on-the-go lunch option for work or school during the colder days of winter and early spring? This vegetarian split pea soup is nourishing, warming, and still light enough for those late winter/early spring days when our bodies are starting to want to shed winter stagnation. Split peas are some of the most … Continue reading Vegetarian Split Pea Soup

Spring Greens Salad

Spring is in the air! I love celebrating each change in season by eating the new vegetables popping up in my local ecosystem. Depending on where you are in the world, you might either be experiencing the first glimpses of spring, or it might be in full bloom! If you find yourself in an ‘in-between’ … Continue reading Spring Greens Salad

Easy Vegetarian Tacos

Once, when Todd and I were dating in college, we were trying to figure out what to make for a Valentine’s Day dinner (after having tried going out for dinner the previous year and failing miserably). During this discussion, Todd looked over at me and said, without a hint of irony, “Can we make something … Continue reading Easy Vegetarian Tacos

An Intentional Thanksgiving

It’s that time of year: Thanksgiving and the holidays! And while the holidays can be absolutely magical, often people end up feeling kind of miserable during or after them. Below are two different Thanksgiving scenarios: one is the Thanksgiving I used to have, the other is the Thanksgiving I intend to have going forward. First … Continue reading An Intentional Thanksgiving

Mediterranean Couscous Salad

In my Happy Healthy Habits course, the very first habit of Earlier, Lighter Dinners brings up questions about what to eat for lunch. The concept that lunch should be our heavier meal of the day is antithetical to current societal norms, and having a nourishing lunch can make meal planning more difficult if we have … Continue reading Mediterranean Couscous Salad

Take the Step

When was the last time you told yourself “I’ll start tomorrow….”? It was probably recently. I used to tell myself that every single day, about healthy eating, working out, practicing mindfulness, telling someone I’m thinking about them. I still catch myself thinking it now. Why do we do that? Why do we put it off, … Continue reading Take the Step