Written by Janelle Holden I’m a big fan of leaving cookies for Santa. And Santa will love these slightly spicy, peppermint-frosted sugar cookies that are gluten-free, grain-free and vegan. In fact, you may have to make several batches so that there are some leftovers for Santa! This recipe is based on a Persian recipe for […]
How to stop overeating during the holidays.
Should you be grateful for everything? Why an un-gratitude list may help you more than insincere gratitudes.
How to make all the standard Thanksgiving dishes gluten and dairy free.
My breakfast brownies contain five ingredients, are easy to make, and are free of gluten, grains, dairy, refined sugar, and nuts.
I’m sharing three of my best coaching tips for turning a “can’t” into a “can.”
I thought I’d share more about how to make “slow” work for you when you’re eating to improve your health.
When I read my friend Marilee Emerson’s article about “Catching Good” I knew that you would like it as well. Marilee works with parents of children with disabilities and helps them plan for a future full of possibility. She is a shining light of positivity and I encourage you to read more about how to find the positive in your life and why it’s important to “catch good.”
by Janelle Holden I sometimes have a client who resists food journaling, and I can understand why. At some point, they were asked to keep a food journal for their doctor, or naturopath, or even just for themselves, and it became a tool to try to eat perfectly. Or, it was a tool to track […]
Written by Janelle Holden The thing that no one ever tells you about life, and that may come as a complete shock, is that when you change, your friends will change. Let me repeat that. When you change, your friends will change. I used to think that I should keep every friend I had ever […]