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Writing of a Different Kind

I apologize for the radio silence here on the blog recently. After moving twice in seven months and having our second child, I’ve had to focus my attention elsewhere. But I have been writing–just along very different lines. I’ve been

Posted in writing

The BLAD News

Yesterday, Heather and I turned in our BLAD (book layout and design) materials for Powerful Paleo Superfoods. Our editor had requested that we choose three superfoods to start with and develop the text, recipe, and photo for each. The designers will

Posted in eating well, recipes, writing

New Book!

Sorry for the hiatus—my husband and I had a baby in December, and our lives have been turned upside down in the best way possible. Nothing could have prepared us for the sleep deprivation that comes with having a newborn,

Posted in cooking, eating well, live longer, Paleo, recipes, writing

Inspiration! Or, Why I Love Conferences

Some of you may not know that I am branching out into writing middle-grade fiction, which is entirely new territory for me. While it is vastly different than the health writing I’ve based my career on thus far, there is

Posted in brain health, community, hobbies, social network, writing

Lent and the Art of Fasting

Personal revival occurs because fasting is an act of humility—Bill Bright I like the season of Lent as much as I like the season of Advent—both are full of hope and expectation, and the promise of good things to come.

Posted in goals, hope, inspiration, priorities, resolutions, writing

Stress Relief

Running is my primary method of relieving stress—working up a sweat, being outdoors, and having quiet time to myself all seem to evaporate tension and help me reframe my perspective in a way that other forms of exercise don’t seem

Posted in baking, exercise, hobbies, reading, stress, writing