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Recipes: Pumpkin Empanadas From My New Book + Thanksgiving Guide 2020

Thanksgiving snuck up on me this year. Between preparing for my big book launch (just four days away!!), and stocking up on food and supplies for another mandatory state-wide lockdown (sigh), I looked at the calendar today to realize this year’s feast and festivities were less than a week away! This year has been an emotional marathon of events, to say the least. And what normally feels like an …

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Interview: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Making of A Book

BEHIND THE SCENES: THE MAKING OF A BOOK 

I can tell you the exact moment when I decided that I wanted to write a book. It was New Year’s Day of 2010. My family and I were journaling together in our annual dreaming exercise (every new year we revisit the Five Book to massage out our intentions for the year), and in a question asking about long-term dreams, …

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Interview: Katie Anderson of Taproot Alchemy + A Chai Giveaway!

In this turbulent world today, there’s nothing more important than intimate and authentic connections with a nurturing friends and community. This monthly Q&A series is all about sharing some of my favorite women in wellness and how they shape, shift and uplift others to live a soulful and centered life. This month’s interview features Katie Anderson of Taproot Alchemy. Katie and I met on Kaua’i several years …

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Ayurveda: Building Immunity in Home & Heart – A Downloadable Guide

Dear Community,

How are you? What a tremendous time we have all been thrust into, the whole world turned upside down overnight. If you’ve been feeling scattered, anxious, overwhelmed – please know, you are not alone. I’m most certainly feeling the effects of such a global shift and the looming sense of uncertainty that lies ahead. Right now, I am choosing to take extra moments of pause, refocus my efforts and show up …

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Recipes: Garam Masala Chocolate Oat Cookies

Hello from my cozy cold weather kitchen! This is the first year I’ve had a real winter in a very long time, with snow and everything! I traveled to Whistler for New Years and went snowshoeing up to a glacial lake. Growing up in Alaska, I’d forgotten how much I missed seeing epic mountains and powder covered cedars and spruce trees. Then I flew east to the Berkshires for a different …

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