Tuesday, February 24, 2009

What I'm Writing at Blissfully Domestic

A few months ago I mentioned that I'd be writing for the Healthy Bliss channel at Blissfully Domestic, an online magazine for women. I realized today that I haven't really mentioned it in a while and thought you might want to know what I've been writing about.

You can view all my articles, or check out a few of my favorites:

  • Before the holidays I wrote about holiday stress and exercise, holiday travel and healthy holiday cooking--all topics that can be applied year round.
  • You can read about why I joined a CSA and how you can, too. (Now's the perfect time, by the way.)
  • Today's article is on living in the now and how being mindful can benefit every area of your life.
  • Finally, there's my ongoing cleanse series, where I describe my experience participating in a "whole body and mind cleanse" with holistic health counselor Amanda Moxley. These posts will be going up regularly for a couple more weeks, so check them out. And if you're interested in joining in on a cleanse group, Amanda's next program starts on March 4th. You can learn more at her website.
If you have any comments or questions, I'd love to discuss any of these articles with you. I hope you enjoy them.


Angie Ledbetter said...

Can't wait to come back and read awhile when time allows. Congrats on all those good-sounding articles.

amy said...

what an awesome website, ami. lord knows, i need to spend some time holistically cleansing and living in the now.

i'll have to investigate this csa phenomenon. i do know that i've decided to shop at my local farmer's market as soon as they set up shop up again (which should be aaaaany day now....please universal powers that be, please let the groundhog's prediction of early spring be right). the produce section at my local supermarket sucks monkey butt. if they sold monkey butt. that's what they'd suck.

i once had a fresh, locally grown farmer's market tomato and it made me really feel that whole adam/eve/apple story was just all wrong. it should have been adam/eve/locally grown farmer's market tomato. nobody would have gotten kicked out of anywhere if they'd just shopped locally.

i'm going to go read your stuff about cleansing now.

Ami said...

Thanks, Angie!

Amy - I love the CSA and can't recommend it highly enough. You should definitely check into it. You're so lucky that your Farmer's Market opens up so early. I have to wait until May and then the pickins are slim for a while. I do love fresh produce though. So much different than that stuff you get at the grocery store. Hope you enjoy the cleanse articles. There's more to come...

Melanie said...

Wow, Ami - nice writing gig! Congratulations. I'm going to go check out your articles on living in the now and whole body and mind cleanse thing (because that is totally new to me).

Ami said...

Reluctant - Thanks! Hope you enjoy the articles. I see you made some comments so I'm going to head over and read them.

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