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A Solstice Supper

Tea Lights

Solstice is just around the corner, and I’ve put together a lovely spread you want to share with family or friends and mark the return to light in the weeks ahead. Since this year, the shortest day falls on a Friday it’s all the more reason to commemorate the shift in season. The past six…

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Lauren’s Favorites: A Gift Giving Guide

If Oprah can have a “Favorites List” then I guess we should have one too! Over the years I have shared with you my ‘must haves’ for enjoying the benefits of a plant based diet. If you have a veggie lover in your life or if you are well on your way to being a…

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Heroic Pet Efforts: UPDATE!

Update! I am so thrilled to share that Sweet Grace, as she has been known in our household, has joined a forever family! For three months now Grace has hung out with Lucy our laid back Great Pyr and Ruby the feisty calico. She has made amazing progress in her health and emotional state. I…

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Living Creatively: Trust II

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

The subject of trust is an important one when it comes to creative living. Here’s the conclusion to the post I began last week. Last spring, as I entered the final stretch of writing, Building Immunity in Babies and Children, I clearly remember a long string of weekends full of suffering. All the signs of…

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Living Creatively: Trust

Living Creatively journal with pen

Where do you place your trust when you are working on a creative endeavor? It turns out that question is much more complex than it appears at first glance. In my exploration of Elizabeth Gilbert’s, Big Magic, I found this chapter to be by far the most challenging to grasp and in the end the…

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Persistence II

there are no shortcuts to any place worth going, inspirational quote

Last week I began sharing a personal story on persistence that began with the visioning of a natural health clinic in Austin. If you missed Part I you can catch it right here. At the close of the meeting I stumbled out into the thick August air in complete shock. What had I just witnessed?…

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