stillness

Stillness is where we meet ourselves.  Stillness is a balance, always moving, never fixed.  It is observation while in motion and witnessing while engaged.  There, magic happens.

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stress

We do want 'it' all.  We're willing to pull ourselves in extraordinary stressors to get 'it', to be 'it'.  Stress is good, but has to be accompanied by decompression.

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beauty

Beauty that's tenacious, independent of affirmation, dynamic and evolving.  that's the beauty we want to surround ourselves with.

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fear

Fear shows up in many forms.  Whether it's 'legit' fear or something that can be brushed away, you want to get out and work with it, or let it work for you.  Fear is just energy...

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happiness

Stillness, silence can be a beautiful way to slow down life, to experience moments in a more multitiered way so that we don't feel like we're running away from ourselves.

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injury

Exploring the opportunities in a year long injury.  How I got there, and how it led to some interesting resets in mind and body.

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living food

How do we break down the experience of food into something managable.  So we can start to develop a vocabulary that's stable and healing, growth oriented instead of draining.  How does our kitchen reflect our needs?

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insta food

This is a story about crafting beautiful tasty food and my reckoning- getting creative with the downtrodden and bring it to rebellious beauty and learn to embrace and truly love our trash.  When that happens, we can start healing.

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play

Intention carves out permanent behavior.  Rote repetition leaves no trace.  What we do with intention shapes our identity.

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feast

Knowing yourself and your behavior, gives you insight into your relationship with food.  A cultural, psychological, physiological landscape.  Play with the variables....

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