In many cultures, giving thanks, or saying grace, starts a meal. As it turns out, giving thanks is an integral part of mindful eating, too.
This Father’s Day, offer gratitude and appreciation to your loved one. The greatest gift we can bestow upon to someone is our full attention.
This week we celebrate Mother’s Day in America. It is a day to honor those women in our lives who have shaped us, taught us, guided us and loved us throughout our lives.
Researchers in the field of positive psychology are proving that gratitude heals. You can apply the benefits of gratitude to your efforts.
Mindful eating is about changing your relationship to food and eating. So, if you’re not using the scale to measure your success, how can you measure it?