As a health-conscious chef, I’ve always been a big believer in turning to your diet to help fix what ails you. But in the last year, I’ve really been trying to practice what I preach and take my own natural ...Read More »
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The time has finally come. September marked the last month of The Alchemy of Flow and Form: Advanced Teacher Training at San Marcos School of Yoga with Gioconda Parker and Christina Sell. I learned a lot at my 300 hour ...Read More »
I started a new job recently that has me sitting on an LA freeway for two hours every morning. When I finally escape the never-ending hellhole of traffic and get into the office, I find myself sitting at a desk ...Read More »
The guy who kayaks and sets up camp along the same river each year. The woman who gets through the first year after her husband’s death one nightly hot bath at a time. The girl who brings her thoughts to the ocean ...Read More »
I want to share my MDA success story. I consider it a success because it has been a long-term solution and not a “quick fix.” I can’t thank you enough for the website contributions and the insights on primal living. ...Read More »
There are already so many different recipes for cooking a whole chicken, you might wonder why you need one more. But if you’re a fan of store-bought rotisserie chicken, then you definitely need this one. Just like a cooked chicken ...Read More »
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One of the biggest myths in the training world is that it’s the type of training you do that determines how you look. You know, that tired old “If you want to look like a sprinter, train like a sprinter” garbage. Appearance ...Read More »