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Why a 3 Breath Hug is Better Than Wine

Two summers ago I was dropping Macy off at the airport to spend 2 weeks in remote parts of Peru. This was a wildly traumatic experience…. for me!!  Kenny’s family all traveled as they were growing up, so he wasn’t too flustered by it. But the thought of sending my 14 year old daughter off...
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My kids went back to school last Tuesday. These were the highs and lows of my day yesterday: Morning: Meditated, wrote blog posts, made breakfast and lunches, figured out after school car pools, doubled checked kids had binders-kissed kids goodbye, walked dog with Kenny, gave podcast interview. Mid Day: Ate food (I’m doing intermittent fasting),...
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10 months ago – I attended a retreat and was asked to choose one word to lean into for 2019 – I chose connection. 9 months ago – I wrote down some notes about creating something powerful for working moms. 8 months ago – I was feeling burned out, scattered, and lacking motivation. 7 months ago...
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We’re all connected in this human experience and it’s probably not all rainbows and unicorns at your neighbor’s house, either.

About a month ago, I was leaving my son’s end-of-season banquet for his ski team. It was late and cold. As we made our way through the parking lot, I saw a mom struggling to get her 3-year-old in the car. He was having a big tantrum – stomping his ski boots, crying, yelling –...
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It’s that time of year again … after some of us indulged our way through the holidays, it’s time to step away from the can of frosting and chart our course for a healthier 2017. But there’s an annual disconnect between our good intentions for the year ahead and the choices we make once the...
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Mindful Gratitude

“Can you say ‘Thank You?'” One of the first things we teach our kids as soon as they learn to speak is to say, “Thank you.” Think of the countless times you have said, “what do you say?…” to prompt your child to utter these words. But do our kids really have any idea what...
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