Hope for the Earth: 3 Words

Regenerative Global Agriculture It’s that time of year again – the bells are ringing, and HOPE is supposed to fill the minds and hearts of holiday shoppers everywhere. But let’s be real – these are bizarre and bipolar times: Saturday’s front page of the NYTs published a historic editorial on The Gun Epidemic in America (a plea […]

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Anger from the heart, action from love

Much has occurred since I sent out my last newsletter. I sure hope that you have made it through super-storm Sandy and the winds of change, literally. We were LUCKY in my Verona neighborhood.   The widespread destruction throughout the Northeast has left with me with a realization and one hopeful thought, that is, that […]

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When Ratatouille speaks…I listen

Wisdom garnered from the tradition of slow cooking.     There is wisdom in this traditional method. It isn’t rocket science to understand, but like all truths, it is profound once you “get it”. This slow method of making Ratatouille is intimate and deeply loving. Why? Because it requires time, presence, and patience. Via this […]

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Mid March Meatless Monday – recipes & more

I’ve been cooking and they’ve been eating! Week 1 Menu Vegetable juice cocktail – Organic: Carrot, celery, dandelion greens, beet, granny smith apple Black beans over Mexican style rice (basmati rice with tumeric, vegetable broth powder, tab of butter and fresh parsley) Sliced avocado Cast iron sauteed asparagus Salad Our main topic was the “30 […]

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a holiday wish

a holiday wish Issue 5 December 2011 As we close out this year, I just wanted to send wishes of peace and gratitude to you, dear readers, with this beautiful Gaelic Blessing. Deep peace Of a running wave to you Deep peace Of the flowing air to you Deep peace Of the quiet earth to […]

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let’s talk turkey – NOT!

let’s talk turkey – NOT! Issue 4 November 17, 2011 By normal circumstances, a week before Thanksgiving I have food on the brain. This year however, I’ve also been writing for GoodFoodWorld.com (since last February), and food – in one form or another- has felt like a constant companion. Recently I’ve been even more inspired […]

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“What’s words go to do with it?”

“what’s words got to do with it?” Issue 3 October 13, 2011 I have something different I want to share with you this month. It’s every bit as important to creating a lifestyle for wellness as eating healthy foods, living sustainably and exercising, but it’s not something you can purchase at a grocery store, or […]

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Autumn without the Fall

One of the cruelest realities from the buoyancy of summer life into autumn’s rhythm is the reduced time for personal exercise and wellness care that often comes for many of us. Though this is poignantly true for working parents with children (I remember well those elementary through high school days), it is equally true for […]

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way to start

Issue 1 August 2011 Welcome to the first issue of Continuum Living. This is a newsletter about the everyday challenges we face in forging a healthier life –through the ebb and flow of our lifetime.   This is also a newsletter about possibility, and the vitality that results as you apply the Continuum philosophy and strategic tools […]

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