Journey Into Clean Living

It’s not uncommon for people to think of  “clean living” as a healthy or morally acceptable way to live life.

But in today’s modern world, the term clean living is associated with how a person takes care of their body, mind and living space.  At least, that’s what I teach my students.

Self-care is a reflection of all of these things.  Being mindful of what you ingest into your body, the words you say to yourself, and the environment you inhabit, is how you begin to live a clean life.

In my latest book, Open Yourself to a Vibrant Healthy Life Through Clean Living I give you examples and exercises on living holistically. If you haven’t picked up your copy, you can do so HERE.

And if you’re interested, I’ll be teaching a new course, “Journey Into Clean Living” at The Lodge At Woodloch this summer.  Plus, you’ll also find me in their kitchen sharing some of my refreshing, smoothie recipes.  You can get all the details HERE.

Of course, if you have any questions or are interested in learning more about how to live a clean life for your body, mind and living space – simply reach out to me. I’d love to help you.


Local Author Day At Princeton Library – Come Out And See Me!


Come out and celebrate Local Author Day with me at Princeton Library!

I’m excited to share that I will be one of the featured authors at Princeton Library’s ninth Local Author Day for my book, Organically Yours; Open Yourself to a Vibrant, Healthy Life Through Clean Living.

Come on out and celebrate Local Author Day with me and other great authors.

It’s going to be a fun day!

Get the details HERE.





A Reminder We Can All Use


A few signs along the way after teaching my Mindfulness Course in Florida.  We are all so unique and special and although our stories may be different we are all the same – and we all need kindness, love and support.  Here’s to staying mindful!

Black Friday Mania

Black Friday mania is here.

Everything is on sale, everything looks enticing, and everything is so tempting to buy, buy, buy.

But here’s the thing…

If you have an existing clutter problem, it’s a good idea to distinguish between what you will be purchasing versus what you will be investing in.

You see, a purchase can be a random, snap decision, based on impulse.  It’s something you see, want, buy and never really give too much thought about. Usually these purchases are stress related triggers and give you a negative return.

But, when you are truly making an investment in something, you are being mindful about your choice.  You’re considering why and how the investment will help you advance, overcome or improve some aspect of your life. The investment will give you a positive return.

Because I know the holidays are tempting times, I want to make sure that you have the right tools to keep you as organized as possible and as mindful as possible throughout the season.

My mindfulness program is designed to do just that.

And since it’s massively discounted, you will be saving on your investment that will give you a rapid return before 2019. Now that’s a bargain for Black Friday.

So if you want to live a stress-free, organized life, reduce your clutter for good, I’m going to suggest that you think about what’s most important to your overall well-being…

Gathering more stuff that will only clutter you up or making a sound investment that will improve the quality of your life?

Choose to be mindful.

Oh and by the way, the program has a money-back guarantee.  That’s how confident I am that you will be successful with your investment.  It’s a lifetime of savings.

PS:  If by chance you’re new to my community and have not purchased my book, Organically Yours

get it here and enjoy the extra bonus items to live a healthier, stress-free life.

Here’s to wise choices.



I would like to share a quote from my book Organically Yours.

It brings me peace.  I hope it does the same for you.

“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past,
not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles,
but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly.”
~ Siddhartha Gautama Buddha

Wednesday Wellness – Tips For Clean Living

Eat your vegetables raw or slightly steamed at most. Why raw foods?
There is a presence of a beneficial antioxidant, “Quercetin” that is found in fruits and vegetables. You can also juice them. If this concept is new to you, then try it at least one day per week to get used to it.
Hard boiling and deep frying removes most of the nutrients in your food, including Quercetin.

What Area Of Your Life Is Calling Out For Change?

Here’s a question for you …

What area of your life is calling out for change?

If I simplified that question for you and asked you to look at it from a body, mind and environment standpoint, what would you say?

Is your body craving nutrition…
Did you know that nutrient deficiencies and toxicity from a poor diet are linked to nearly all modern health conditions?

Are you on mental overload…
Did you know that chronic stress can suppress immune, digestive, sleep, and reproductive systems, which may cause them to stop working normally?

Is your environment out of control…
Did you know that a typical home contains $1600. worth of unused clutter and serious hoarding problems are present in at least 1 in 50 people?

My next question is…

What’s stopping you from creating the change your life is calling out for?

Someone once told me that, “You can’t reach out for something better if you’re still holding on with your hands.” In other words, despite the change we say we want, it’s hard to go about it if we can’t let go.

What foods, ideas, thoughts, notions, things are you holding on to?

Learning how to let go doesn’t have to be painful and scary. Actually it can be very liberating and exciting. I would like to show you how. I have a 3 step process for change that I would like to share with you. It’s simple, fun and exciting!

If you would like to try it out – I need 15 minutes of your time. I have a few spots I’m opening up to the change seekers who are ready for their journey. Here’s my calendar link – grab your spot with me now! It’s absolutely free – you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Go for it!


The Health Benefits of an Alkaline Diet

The Health Benefits of an Alkaline Diet

Did you know that our pH level plays and important part in our health? pH stands for ‘potential of hydrogen’ and it indicates the level of acidity or alkalinity in our body.

pH is measured on a scale of 0-14. The number 7 is considered neutral. The lower the number is below seven, the more acidic – the higher the number is above seven, the more alkaline.

A healthy human body fluid should sit at a 7.4 which is slightly alkaline. A few areas, like the stomach, are very acidic, but most of the body should be alkaline. It only takes a small amount of acidity over a prolonged period of time to see deterioration.

Here Is The Issue:

Most of us have acidic bodies. When our bodies have a pH under 7, it ages us faster, puts more stress on our vital organs, we lose tissue and bone mass, and it robs our body of vital nutrients.


Here Is The Good News:

During the 3 Hallmarks of Wellness Event you will be given solutions to combat the damaging effects of an acidic body and alternatively discover the super food plans that help produce an alkaline, healthy body.

This is the event that can possibly change your health and so much more. I urge you to register now so you can take advantage of the early bird discount while it’s still available.

Register Now!