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4 weeks to Radiate Challenge

4 weeks to Radiate Challenge

Long walks around our neighborhood here in NYC is the time and space I work with for day dreaming. The Christmas trees are already out, the madness of shopping in full swing, and what we all really want for the new year is probably a little more ease and wellbeing, me included! 2015 has been a year of cleaning and clearing for me. Lots as usual happening. Gears moving at full speed, awesome stuff happening everywhere, and a gigantic desire and magnetic pull toward more space, more ease, more calm at the front of every day. So I've come up…
3 Habits to Improve Productivity

3 Habits to Improve Productivity

Truth often lives in our complaints. There is no time to exercise, meditate, or take good care of myself. This situation in my work or family life is annoying and I just can't deal. We complain to let off some steam, create space, but it never fixes the problem unless we listen to our complaints and make a change. Productivity is an area most of us are interested. We want more of it and there is never enough time to get it all done. There is another complaint! Go ahead and get out your laundry list of time crunch complaints…
Mother Mary

Mother Mary

Mother Mary! Every once in a while I order tomato juice on an airplane because somehow it seems like the right thing to do when at 30,000 feet. Each time I drink a can of the slightly processed stuff my imagination wanders about how I can improve this classic in y own kitchen. Back on land, I started experimenting, tossing in spices and veggies. With the help of a few surprise ingredients I landed on a staple that has me drinking up the tomato goodness. Happy Brunching! Recipe from Make Your Own Rules Cookbook. Pre-order your copy & get Chill…
Easy Miso Soup

Easy Miso Soup

I love spending time in Japan. From wandering the streets taking in the mix of zen with a super packed city, to having a artiscic feast observing the super fantastic harajuku kids, to the understated customary interactions around respect, and of course the simple, fresh, unique cuisine, I hope to visit many more times in the future. I love enjoying hot soups from Japan any time of day and went on a quest to continue that routine back home in NYC. It's a little tricky to order miso for breakfast in SOHO at the local juice bar and the soup places…
Olive Guacamole

Olive Guacamole

Last night was a guacamole revolution. I was pretty confident about this home invented recipe included in my new book Make Your Own Rules Cookbook, but having only shared it with a few friends and family, I had no idea it would be THIS well received at last night's pre-launch celebration. Our good friend, Jason Wachob, CEO of mindbodygreen and certified guac critic, said it's his favorite guac EVER. It's a good cookbook launch party when all the food is gone before the night is over. The gang gobbled up my olive guac, lazy pad thai, vieques salad, apango tango…

Make Your Own Rules Cookbook : Launch Party & Class

Hi Everybody! I'm excited to celebrate the launch date of Make Your Own Rules Cookbook, my all-new collection of healthy, easy, and great-tasting recipes from travels around the world.  Please join me for class and celebration here at the Strala home base!   Where: Strala Home Base, at 632 Broadway, between Houston and Bleecker, on the 6th Floor When: Tuesday November 3. Doors open at 6pm, class begins at 6:30pm, and talk + hangout begins at 8pm! Please note that class is first-come first-serve, so arrive early to assure your spot. If you miss class, just join us for the…
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