“We’d like to encourage parents to calm the f%*k down about Halloween Candy.“ This is something we wrote on Facebook years ago, and within a matter of minutes, it had 50 shares. The post went on to say… “Candy is part of the world, candy will be in your child’s life one day, with or…

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“We’d like to encourage parents to calm the f%*k down about Halloween Candy.“ This is something we wrote on Facebook years ago, and within a matter of minutes, it had 50 shares. The post went on to say… “Candy is part of the world, candy will be in your child’s life one day, with or…

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In times like these, it can help to think about what helps us stay present? What fills us up? What connects you to your wisdom? What grounds you in your truth? What gives you life? What lights you up? What makes you feel alive? Music is giving us life. Community is giving us life. Palo…

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By Dana Sturtevant & Hilary Kinavey In a culture that emphasizes “nutritionism”— a reductionist way of thinking about food that assumes the whole point of eating is to maintain and promote bodily health—it is easy to forget that food is so much more than the sum of its nutrients. The term “nutritionism” has been coined to describe…

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Which is an unexpected way to work in a culture filled with food voices, opinions, suggestions and diet gurus. It’s unheard of when much of the mainstream food culture teaches us all to be very weary of food. We have consciously made a choice to swim against this stream. People need to know there is…

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