Cultivating Self-Compassion

Cultivating Self-Compassion

Almost everyone I meet has some version of a ‘not good enough’ story that follows them throughout their day, passing judgement on everything they say and do, comparing them to others and telling them that they don’t measure up. This is true of even the most outwardly ‘successful’ people and yet it is a well-kept secret.

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Healthy Starts: Making Your Own Baby and Toddler Food

Healthy Starts: Making Your Own Baby and Toddler Food

By introducing your child to a nourishing, whole-food diet at a very young age, you can teach them to prefer the taste of real foods over processed ones. Starting young lays the foundation for healthy eating habits later in life, and may just mean you’ll have less protests from stubborn toddlers when it comes to eating their vegetables... 

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Obtaining and Maintaining Your Best, Healthiest Brain - and avoiding “Chinese Restaurant Syndrome”

Obtaining and Maintaining Your Best, Healthiest Brain - and avoiding “Chinese Restaurant Syndrome”

New research has shown that our brain is incredibly adaptive, and can regenerate vital cells as a result of positive input from the environment, a process known as neuroplasticity. However, negative aspects of our environment can also play a roll in its degeneration, leading to brain decay. 

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