Emotional eating doesn't discriminate by body size, it's a self-sabotaging behavior that can happen to truly anyone. Discover how this has manifested for me and how you can leanr to manage your own emotial eating behavior.Read More
Learn how to make your birthday a time for self-care by setting goals and creating space for dream-making. I share my own birthday ritual below to give some added inspiration to get you started.Read More
For me, writing requires mindfulness: a willingness to allow my ideas to flow out through my fingertips. This attention is self-love and self-care.Read More
Even after being dumped, duped, and left broken-hearted, I was willing to suffer through a broken heart if it came after months of joy and adventure. I thought that heartbreak was a part of love.Read More
How many times I have cut my hair after a breakup, or rearranged the living room when I didn’t get the job? Reliably, I am drawn to clean out my closet or rearrange my record collection when real life gets frustrating or boring.Read More
Whatever you’re dealing with, there is someone out there who can help. These testimonials from my past clients can help you decide if I’m the coach to help you move past shame, guilt, or fear related to your body.Read More
My favorite clients take on projects, and putter around the house or garden. They are open-hearted, sensitive, and brave, and realize that creativity is a form of self-care. They cultivate self-awareness and practice introspection; they value time alone with themselves.Read More
When I inevitably broke my own rules, I judged myself harshly. I didn't treat myself with much love, and I've since learned how vital that is.Read More
This article was inspired by a question from my dear friend, Hannah, who lives half a world away in Australia. Check out her site for beautiful writing and photographs about food and healing.Read More
"I've struggled with bulimia and the physical and psychological effects of this disease since I was 13 years old…" A touching client testimonial.Read More
I’m of two minds when it comes to writing from the first person. When I read essays, memoirs, and blog posts, I am generally more engaged with a writer’s personal experience than their opinions about what I should do.Read More
What is the root cause of developing cancer, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, depression and every other malady? What is causing your body to malfunction, degenerate and become diseased? This is the million dollar question—you find this answer and you find the power to Heal.Read More
Whether we acknowledge it or not, our primary role in this life is that of a creator. We create life, we create a home, some of us create nourishing meals or safe spaces to speak.Read More
I found Sarajane on Instagram: Who is this vivacious redhead posting about self-care and creativity, sharing poignant self-portraits and photos of her green smoothie? Turns out, Sarajane is photographer, blogger and coach working from Asheville, North Carolina.Read More
"I can genuinely say that I love the person I am...and I did NOT feel this way before meeting with Lily."Read More
On Saturday morning, December 12th, I was at the REI Garage Sale with my honey and I said, “If no one sells paleo Christmas cookies in Boulder, I’m going to start a pop-up paleo Christmas cookie business.”
Noah didn’t even blink.Read More
- Put on an adorable bikini!
- Go someplace warm.
- Love your body.
Wait... It’s not that easy?Read More
My inner voices say: "Didn't you just get back (a month ago) from a long weekend in Portland? When do you get any work done, woman!?"
The answer is that I broadly define "work."Read More