Grace / Nutrition

Your Vision for the Decade

As we enter this new decade, consider:

  • What big dream you like to accomplish? (Don’t think small—dream of the ultimate!)
  • What needs to change in your life so you feel overall balance?
  • What unique gifts or experiences can you share to make the world a better place?

Reaching your highest potential is never an easy nor linear path.

Permaculture and the Story of Stuff

I’m in the throes of learning about Urban Gardening and closed-loop systems. My quest for next year’s edible bounty brought me to a short video you need to see, called “The Story of Stuff.”

It reminds me of my journey in life and the Mission Statement posted at the bottom of every email I send: HopeGraceAncient Wisdom.  There are very deep, personal reasons I create products and teach the topics I do:

  • I recycle as often as possible because I hope the planet can heal and am saddened by the amount of waste we create.
  • I keep my products affordable for the public without devaluing what I create, because I was Graced with an ability to help heal.
  • I believe that following the older laws of nature is a better path than the current system of healing.
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Adult Ed Fall Events in Maine

Join me September, October, and November, while I offer courses in Dexter, Hampden, Orono, and Dover-Foxcroft. Discover the truth behind the trends. We’ll cover how you can heal with

  • Hope – plant-based, low-fat meals designed to reverse our impact on planet Earth,
  • Grace – organic skincare made with ingredients you can pronounce that won’t add toxins to our water and soil, 
  • Ancient Wisdom – it’s time we stop listening to external sources and tune in to our internal cues. Forget Fads. Learn the Facts.

To Detox or Not?

To detox less, you need to live clean.

It seems so obvious, doesn’t it?

Yet our nation clearly misses the boat on this topic. Our water’s polluted partly because of the chemicals we use on our body when we shower, get out of the shower, and the rest of the day. Our air and food are polluted, and we pollute our minds with a constant stream of negativity.

Learning to Say No

It has to be the hardest 2-letter word in the English language. At least that’s my opinion. It’s something a therapist taught me to say over 15 years ago when I was going through my divorce. He had me read “Saying No Without Feeling Guilty,” a book I now recommend frequently, especially to women. …

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