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…bitter and astringent.  These are the Ayurvedic tastes of summer. What does that mean? Eat fresh fruits and veggies!  Lots of them. Think green smoothies, salads, and fresh fruit parfaits….

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Our bodies are our temples. We practice with them to access the breath, our minds and beyond. Within our bodies is the hearth upon which we build the fire of transformation. Tending…

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Yesterday I was looking at $100 swimsuits in one of my favorite catalogs, wondering if I could bring myself to spend that much on less than a yard of fabric….

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Everyone loves a tasty meal. But there’s more to taste than meets the tongue. The six tastes –sweet, salty, sour, bitter, pungent, and astringent not only guide the inspired cook…

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Sarah is sharing an amazing experience with us!  Here are some of her experiences and thoughts: 1/27/13 Twelve hours on the bus to Allahabad from Delhi yields lovely new friends…

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Sarah’s in India at the Kumbha Mela and Deb and Demi are holding down the fort at Everyday Wellness. We had a great day at the first of our Sun,…

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Who doesn’t think about tropical beaches in January? I know I do. Though I love the shifting seasons with all of it’s colors and pulsations between dark and light, when…

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So I got an owey skiing.  It was the sudden, involuntary splits that did it.  You see, I was following my 21 and 24 year old sons through a place…

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According to my calendar December 21 is New Year’s Eve.  I’m just that kind of nature girl, that the turn of the planet would define the New Year.  No offence…

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