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Persistence II

November 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

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?…

Living Creatively: Persistence

November 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Elizabeth Gilbert chooses to dedicate an entire chapter to the topic of persistence in her book, Big Magic. Gilbert defines the persistence necessary in the creative process as what keeps you hammering away at your idea even when the enchantment starts to fade. At the point, when what seemed clear starts to blur, is…

Living Creatively: Permission II

November 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

“Make absolutely whatever you want to make. It’s nobody’s business but your own.” ~ Elizabeth Gilbert In living creative lives even with every good intention, the act of granting permission can be paralyzing. Even with a healthy dose of courage summoned and the magical spell of enchantment you can find yourself engaged with an old…

Rethinking Elimination

Sep 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Thoughts about how our body is eliminating only tend to pop up when we are faced with a sudden change of too much or not enough. We aren’t taught to look at our elimination as a barometer of our health, but we should. I talk a lot about elimination in my practice and I admit I am a bit obsessed, but for good reasons! Time and time again I see radical health shifts occur simply by improving the frequency and quality of bowel…

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4 Simple Steps for Meal Planning

Sep 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

It may be of no surprise, but I choose to go about my shopping and menu planning using a method a bit outside of the box. I am sharing it here because, like you, I’ve tried all sorts of variations on the theme of how-to-get-a-healthy-dinner-on-the-table-each-night-without-ending-up-in-a-puddle-of-tears and found most of them lacking. While this approach may seem a bit awkward at first, it is super efficient and allows for lots of creativity. Efficiency is a key word at our house and…

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How We Changed Our Input

Sep 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Last August we returned from our summer travels in Europe and made some dramatic changes to how we fed and cared for our bodies. Twelve months later not only have we kept up the changes we made—I think we have even improved on them. Why we did it With my growing practice and longer hours I had felt increasingly overwhelmed by the limited time I had to prepare healthy meals in the way I had done in previous years. We…

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3 Tips for Keeping a Simple Kitchen

Sep 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

The biggest challenge I faced when we made the big shift to the Radically Simple Diet was finding the balance of the right amount of fresh food to keep on hand and not letting any spoil. Shopping once a week just wasn’t enough and I found myself passing along too wilted veggies and greens to my hens. While they were happy, I knew I needed a better plan. Here are three solutions I have found to help keep a fresh…

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Juice Austin

Aug 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s no secret that I am a fruit pusher. You name it—whole fruit, chopped, in a smoothie or juiced. I love it and love what it does for your body…namely your lymphatic system. You can’t be in my office too long without me bringing up the topic of fruit. In a perfect world, I would have a fridge stocked to the brim with freshly chopped fruit that I could grab when I am on the run out the door, BUT…

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