4.2018

Zion Nat'l Park, Columbine

Heart Month and HeartMatters

For your listening pleasure, the edited version of my recent interview on KNCO 830 AM, during which we discussed matters of the heart..

Robin-ontown-edited.mp3

[audio:http://www.dreamspro.com/downloads/Robin-ontown-edited.mp3]

Thank you Richard Bannister for the editing!

Robin Mallery

Robin Mallery

Robin Mallery is passionate about food! Starting from where and how it's grown, to how far that food travels to the dinner table, to how it is prepared and savored...Robin blends shopping, cooking, and eating tips with her unique Kitchen Zen and mindful meals approach to enjoying real food.

While you are waiting for her to finish the upcoming book, "Kitchen Zen: The Journey to Nourish Body and Soul in Our Changing World", you can find Robin's sporadic blog posts here or on FaceBook.
Robin Mallery

2 Responses to “Heart Month and HeartMatters”

  • Keri Chappell:

    Good Job Robin!! No, you would never tell someone they are fat. Always good to hear your positive approach to health care. Thank you for the reminder that it is o.k. to love and be kind to ourselves. Really a missing link, not taught my generation. Hugs Keri

  • Robin Mallery:

    Accepting ourselves, forgiving ourselves, and holding ourselves in compassion are all about self-love. This is not narcissism, but about softening our internal world just a bit, to let go of the harsh self-judgments we hold. This then liberates us to extend those same feelings of acceptance, forgiveness, and compassion to others–friends, family, and strangers–which then flows back into our own life; we end up creating and spreading joy within the world we live, and into the world at large. Thinking of this concept brings me a sense of gratitude for my ability to revel in love of self and others. It’s powerful and meaningful, yet you are correct in stating that it remains an unfamiliar and elusive awareness. We can shift that though, by inviting it into our own daily practice, modeling it for our children and family, and sharing it with others.

    And it was humorous to hear Tom say on air F-A-T…and shocking; not my choice of words! Thank you for listening to the interview.

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"When my husband of 34 years died I lost my interest in cooking.  Instead I began relying on quick frozen organic entrees and dinners. After three years I decide to improve the quality of my diet, so I contacted Robin Mallery. Robin helped me create a more nourishing and healthful diet that took my busy teaching and consulting schedule into consideration.

It was a joy to work with Robin. She is knowledgeable, supportive, intuitive, and warm.  I highly recommend her as a Heart Healthy Coach.

Through lifestyle counseling, the sharing of her delicious and healthy family recipes, and an informative and fun "field trip" to a local whole food market, I have shifted to an eating plan that is healthy, delicious, and swiftly prepared. The key to swift and healthy meal preparation for me has been Robin's 90-minute Sunday afternoon food prep model, a strategy that assures quick and delicious high quality meals throughout the week. I consider my leisurely Sunday afternoon food preparation time as self-indulgent "me" time, and enjoy chopping, baking, and sauteing against the backdrop of classical music and a glass of wine.  I also love the fact that a nutritious and delicious dinner is ready when I walk through the door every night of my work week.  It's as if I finally have that personal chef I have always coveted, only it's me!"  ---Patricia J., Nevada City

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