There was a time, about 30 years ago, I think everyone and their mother owned a VHS tape or DVD to practice yoga in the privacy of their own home. We could take a class in the comfort of our living room with a celebrity......

I’m a huge fan of Samin Nosrat, the author of Salt Fat Acid Heat. I am inspired by her fearless and creative ways of deconstructing and reconstructing recipes. ...

When did your summer begin? It seems our cultural clocks have shifted to account for summer more or less on a school schedule and some let the kids out in early May! It’s kind of like seeing Christmas decorations show up in the stores in......

In India, I noticed how much feet are revered. One touches the feet of their guru or elder to symbolically show deep respect. There is much to learn from the person who has trekked along the path of knowledge. Their feet are symbols of grounding,......

A couple of years ago I was diagnosed with osteopenia (the precursor to osteoporosis.) It’s sort of a fluke that I found out this early – at the age of 53 – but I’m so glad I did! When my late father was in his......

I guess the phrase “pencil it in” is a bit anachronistic. Sadly, it seems not as many people use a paper calendar these days. Do you? I do! I like the tactile experience of using pencils. Though I have to say that the only pencil......

Did you ever watch Schoolhouse Rock? Remember “3 is a Magic Number”? “The past and the present and the future The faith and hope and charity The heart and the brain and the body Give you three as a magic number” And 3 is a......

Maybe you’ve experienced something like this: You aren’t feeling 100% well but you haven’t been “diagnosed” with anything so you attribute your symptoms to this or that and just live with it. It took me a long time to figure out what was going on......