My perceptions expanded and my understanding of connections grew immensely,
With the corona virus restrictions, managing my health and energy seems harder than ever before. It’s been harder to establish routines and focus. The background feelings of waiting and uncertainty distract me from the daily things that need doing. So I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my energy, our collective energy and how we…
What a strange time we are living in! I know it is affecting all of us differently depending on if we are working, home, have kids, elders, space to move and more. But we are all feeling the grief from the loss of our normal lives. I have watched my own state of mind change…
Once again we find the wisdom in the oldest of traditions and the re-remembering of how to nourish ourselves well.
Solstice has come to feel like the true ‘new year’s’ celebration for me and Jeff and many of our friends. Solstice eve, the longest night, marks the occasion so distinctly, followed by the return of the sun and longer days starting the very next day. As a gardener, it also feels a bit like the…
The garlic was right on schedule, ready to harvest by late July. We have been growing our German White garlic for the past 16 years,
My favorite by far is the first one; The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen. While I have only distant relations to the Chocktaw peoples, this style of cooking and food feels like home to me.
I realized we are in a penumbra right now! Here in Upstate New York in early spring we are between the darkness of winter and the light of summer
This time of year is the perfect time to ‘take stock’, literally and figuratively. The new year signifies new beginnings and we all tend to ‘take stock’ in one form or another; of our health, our finances, our relationships, or our jobs.
If you are anywhere in the northern hemisphere your days are getting shorter, and even if you have lots of sun, now would be a great time to do some of these things to bring in more light.