“Invent your world. Surround yourself with people, color, sounds, and work that nourish you.” ~SARK
Heading into the New Year, many of us are having intense conversations with ourselves about losing weight. Spurred on by the diet industry’s compelling messages, we’re tempted to rush into resolutions and rigid rules to finally get the weight off . . . this time.
What if this year, instead of making resolutions to lose weight, we decided to set our intentions to take care of ourselves differently? To give ourselves more of what we really need?
So instead of setting ourselves up for the deprivation-driven eating that’s generated by eliminating bread,
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