Moon Pies

Written by Karen Graham Today Rattlesnake Moon is full. The loquat trees in my neighborhood are bursting with fruit, ripe for eating. Fragrant sages are sending up tall stalks and beginning to flower. Creamy, white Elder blossoms are easy to Read more…

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Tribute to Arin Trook

by: Jodi Levine I have had several mentors in my life, and I am grateful for them all. Some were people whom I paid for their guidance, and received meaningful growth that opened windows to new perspectives. Others were like Read more…

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Winter Solstice

By: Jodi Levine Happy Winter Solstice! We are moving collectively toward the longest night of the year; winter solstice. This is a time of inward reflection, an opportunity to call in our intention for the upcoming year. It’s also a Read more…

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December Joy

By: Debbie Luican No matter what the year brings, what busyness we experience, December is a time of joy. It is a time to slow down and appreciate. As the stress of long to-do lists morphs into the desire to Read more…

Autumn in a Bowl

By: Stacey Stormo Fall is my favorite time of year. The leaves change, the weather cools, and all of a sudden we just want to cuddle up and take it easy for a while. We settle down from the excitement Read more…

Senses

By: Ashley Azzinaro Shinrin-yoku is a Japanese term that translates to “forest bathing” or “absorbing the forest atmosphere”. In 1982, the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries created the term, encouraging people to simply spend time in nature. The focus Read more…