Month: April 2014

Embracing Imperfection

“Is this paleo, Mom?” said my son last night as he bit into a piece of quiche.  “Yup, it is honey,” I replied.  My kids can pretty much count on paleo dinners, so the nod I got after he dug into the quiche wasn’t…

Is Vacation Really Over?

It was school vacation last week and everyone seemed lighter in spirit.  I certainly was more at ease, having freed myself from obligations and responsibilities.  I had more of a spring in my step.  I found myself wondering why don’t we feel this way…

Friendly Fuel

It’s not always what is at the end of the fork that fuels our lives. I had the good fortune of having my childhood friend come to visit me, along with her teenage son, on a Boston-area college tour this week.  It was like…

The Change

Got your attention, didn’t I?!  No, not that change, I want to talk about the change of seasons. Here in New England we are getting the first blast of spring.  It has been long anticipated and everyone is excited to shed their winter garments…

Getting Inspired

I am currently reading Chris Kessler’s “Your Personal Paleo Code” and I am finding it truly inspiring.  The number of stories that are told of people suffering with all levels of disease and ailments that have made the shift to paleo and found themselves…