Monthly Archive: October, 2014

WATCH: Feeling Defensive

As I’ve often said, self-sabotage is misguided self-love. We do some really questionable things because of an unconscious belief that such behavior will somehow keep us safe. The need to defend our ego… Continue reading

That Is Not A Real Dinosaur, But It REALLY Scared Suns’ Eric Bledsoe

It was trick not treat for Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe on Halloween. His teammates surprised him — and scared him — with a lifelike dinosaur. @ebled2 has faced some fierce competition on… Continue reading

Bringing Money Matters to Light

Recently, a friend asked if I have money wisdom to share. I contemplated what the symbol called money really stands for, and how it serves us in honoring our giving and receiving energies.… Continue reading

Fall Back Shouldn’t Mean Fall Apart: How to Cope With Your Child’s Sleep Routine During the Time Change

My phone is ringing off the hook this week with panicked parents, who are concerned about the time change. They want to know what to do to ensure that their child’s sleep stays… Continue reading

Here’s A Daniel Radcliffe Doppelganger Rapping About Harry Potter

We know Daniel Radcliffe has some rap skills, but what about a Harry Potter rap? Writer and Comedian Willy Appelman, creator of “How To Get Bangs” and “Hummus,” brings this new take on… Continue reading

We Could End Hunger If We Recovered Half Of The 1.3 Billion Tons Of Food Wasted Each Year

Advocates claim a new, innovative website could help salvage some of the alarming amount of global food waste. The Global Community of Practice on Food Loss Reduction was launched last week by three… Continue reading

It’s Time for a Constitutional Right to Vote, and a Truce in the Voting Wars

I helped my colleague Austin Plier with this piece. Austin is a democracy fellow who runs our Promote Our Vote project. Visit FairVote’s blog for the full version. This election season, the voting… Continue reading

Millions Of Early Votes Already Cast

WASHINGTON (AP) — Early votes soared past 15 million across 31 states on Friday, an outpouring that is giving hopeful Republicans as well as nervous Democrats cause for optimism heading into the final… Continue reading

A Kitchy Kitchen Recipe: Salted Caramels

Caramels are one of my favorite candies. That melt in your mouth honeyed flavor with a subtle punch of salt is so addictive, and the perfect canvas for creating delicious halloween candies. I… Continue reading

The Case For Bringing Meditation To Congress

Jon Kabat-Zinn thinks our leaders in Washington could benefit from some meditation. Kabat-Zinn, one of America’s most renowned meditation teachers and advocates, joined HuffPost Live host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani today to discuss why mindful… Continue reading