The Search for Real Food

I used to get so frustrated whenever I had to go to the grocery store. SO frustrated. Nothing tasted good to me anymore. I stayed with what worked: spaghetti, turkey burgers, breakfast food…but even that began to get old and monotonous. I had also been learning more and more about […] Read more »

What Mugsy Taught Me About Love

Erin Tamar Find Your Happy What Mugsy Taught Me March 28, 2017

Have you ever looked into the eyes of a wild animal and been able to see their soul? I feel that hue-mans have a history of objectifying and controlling the other living beings we share our planet with, from crocodile shoes to “breaking” wild animals for domesticated use to eliminating […] Read more »

Mindful Eating – How to Make Healthy Chakra Smoothies

When living with mindfulness and intent, you can convert any daily experience or routine into a more purposeful practice to enhance your day. Last year, as I was experimenting with my new blender, I decided that instead of just throwing in what ingredients I wanted, I would evaluate my energetic needs for […] Read more »

Mantras for Emotional Eating

When I was younger my mother used to admire my ability to withhold myself from eating certain foods. “You have such an amazing will power,” she would say. My response was always the same, “Mom, it is not will power, I just don’t use food as a way to deal […] Read more »

Thrive – My New Spring Word

According to Merriam-Webster, the word Thrive means: to play to grow vigorously:flourish to gain in wealth or possessions:prosper to progress toward or realize a goal despite or because of circumstances —often used with on thrives on conflict Isn’t that what you want? I want to be a thriver, one who […] Read more »

Connecting in a Disconnected World

“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” -Rumi Hate crimes are defined by Massachusetts general law as crimes motivated by hatred, bias or prejudice based on actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability or sexual orientation. On November 18, […] Read more »