Resiliency

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we stand at the threshold learning how to be hard and soft at the same time how to hold ourselves and still keep our arms open ~Lisa Kagan

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February Events at MIB

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A quick update as to events for the month of February (can’t imagine that it’s time to post this already!):

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Keeping Cooking Real

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I was thinking this past weekend about how best to get across the idea of appropriate nutrition and nourishment….appropriate amounts of nutrient dense foods, eating in a way to enhance both absorption and enjoyment, and how to make it real and do-able. When Chef Eben of the Yardley Inn and I were planning our recent dinner, he mentioned that one […]

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A Follow Up to the Dr Oz Show

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Many of you have been in contact with us after watching the Dr Oz show last Friday; thanks for your kind comments.  Since it’s TV, there were time constraints that limited some of our answers…..I’d like to elaborate a bit more now. First, the smoothie recipe.  Please understand that I made the recipe a bit more simple for the show. […]

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Reminder of Upcoming Events

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Since I first posted this list of events prior to the holiday, I thought I’d send out a reminder, just so you don’t miss out on anything important.  There are also a few additions, so read carefully!

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Planning for Creativity

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Part of what makes us happier human beings is the creative process.  Having an outlet for our thoughts, our emotions, our creativity, puts new meaning into life and keeps things “juicy”.  However, it’s really easy to think you don’t have time or even that you don’t have enough talent.  I beg to differ.

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MIB’s First Teleconference with Delilah Praete

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Overeating as the Entry Point to Your Best Self Overeating, food addiction, and weight can be the Entry Point into self empowerment and self realization when approached with conscious-awareness and loving-kindness. 

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Before You Make New Year’s Resolutions

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I suppose most of us try to start the New Year with a clean slate, promising to kick a bad  habit or begin a new, healthy one.  In order to really do this well, I suggest that you take stock of what you’ve accomplished during 2011 first.  You’ve probably done better than you’re giving yourself credit for, and it’s appropriate […]

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