Fresh Living
November 2009 Archives

              I so love these handmade creations by friend of a friend Jeannie Thomma. She takes rocks, rolls them in handmade felt and then adorns them with a gorgeous little bouquet of trinkets. I […]

A friend sent me this lovely video on the importance of gratitude. And I share, in the name of keeping all that Thanksgiving gratefulness going year-round. (Thanks, A!) Need more morning inspiration?  Read our entire Fresh Morning collection!  

Some of us may, despite our very best efforts to live by the “everything in moderation” philosophy over Thanksgiving, be feeling the burn today, the day after. And by “the burn,” I mean heartburn. Here are 10 recipes just for you.

With the holidaze upon us–a.k.a. Healthy Diet? What Healthy Diet? Season–a little bit of food mindfulness can go a long way. So I thought I’d share this article from our content partner Divine Caroline (we’ll be hand-selecting and sharing features from […]

We hope you all have a healthy, happy, grateful Thanksgiving! We’ll be posting lightly over the next couple of days but will be back on Monday. Meantime, some very, very basic reminders for keeping yourself fresh over the weekend. 1) […]

‘Tis the season for gratitude, and this Beliefnet community thread has inspired me to start my day with 5 things I’m grateful for.

Love that NY Times Well blog! In case your Thanksgiving meal plan isn’t totally set yet, they have some delish-sounding non-dairy, non-egg, non-meat recipes like Gnocchi in Pumpkin Sauce and Smoked Mushroom Roulade. It looks like I’ll be making a vegan […]

“When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive – to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love.” – Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, (121 AD – 180 AD),Roman Emperor, Philosopher   Need more […]

Oh, Satya. I gush about this company pretty much every year (in a possibly not-so-subtle bid for Santa’s attention), but they consistently make stuff that I feel so comfy in, so happy to wear. And it’s relatively affordable–especially if you […]

As Thanksgiving has gotten closer, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the concept of “enough.” Enough should mean satisfaction, satiety, pure contentment with the food in our bodies and the smiles on our faces. It should mean being full in every sense of the word.