Pick up the spring issue of Sweat Equity for my story on my December visit to Travaasa in Austin, Texas. Unfortunately I can’t take credit for the images this time – the weather was far too grey on my visit to get shots this gorgeous.
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I'm a freelance writer, editor and digital consultant based in Toronto. I keep busy as co-founder of content agency Tavanberg, contributing editor at Food & Drink magazine and a frequent contributor to publications such as the Globe and Mail and Westjet Magazine.
Why Diets Don’t Work is a criticism of conflicting dieting messages, but it’s also a story of health. Kat Tancock teaches readers why it's okay to let go of "fat guilt" and a deprivation mindset, and she shows them how to focus instead on choosing and controlling their environments and being aware of external and internal eating cues.
Meditation: A Beginner’s Journey outlines different meditation approaches for novices. It also explains how meditation works and why it's doable – and even necessary – for everyone. This e-book makes full use of extensive interviews with subjects from various meditation paths, and it guides readers toward finding a style and practice that will work for them.