2010: 31 Days Full of Love

Welcome to AP Month! When you put healthy food into your mouth, see the sunshine in it, the earth in it.  It has come from the whole cosmos for our nourishment.  When you chew it, you are aware that you are chewing.  Don’t put anything else in your mouth, like your worries, your projects, your […]


Welcome to AP Month! Take a family walk today.  Enjoy your children’s pace and be fully present. Tune in tonight to our special AP Month teleseminar featuring Dr. Sears and his new, revolutionary L.E.A.N program!


October 24 – Play day!

October 24, 2010

Welcome to AP Month! Play a game with your spouse/significant other today.  Pull out a board game, your deck of cards, or just play tic-tac-toe. Connect and have fun! Today is a Giveaway Day! Leave us a comment below about your favorite silly activities with the kids and you’ll be eligible to win a WYSH […]


October 23 – Get centered

October 23, 2010

Welcome to AP Month! Breathing in, become aware of your heart.  Breathing out, smile to your heart.  Commit to eat, drink, and work in ways that preserve your health and well-being. Thinking ahead. In preparation for Halloween next weekend, begin to consider ways  – even jot them down – to begin to shift festivities away […]


Welcome to AP Month! Core four baking apples (down to ¼ inch from the bottom of the apple).  Peel and remove skin from top ¼ of apple.  Place apples in baking dish.  Mix 1 cup water, 1 tbsp. lemon juice, and 1 tsp. and pour over and into apples.  Place a small pat of butter […]


Welcome to AP Month! Plan to make time tomorrow morning to wake early and “collect” your children before you start the day.  When they wake, take ten minutes to put them on your lap, hold them, and play and joke until their eyes are engaged and the smiles are forthcoming.  But before heading off to […]


October 20 – Harvest

October 20, 2010

Welcome to AP Month! Go harvesting this weekend.  Visit a local orchard or farm and connect with nature and each other by picking fresh fruits or vegetables. Start a journal in which you “harvest” the moments of wonder, growth and challenge that occur daily with your children.  Refer to your “harvest” journal in moments of […]

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