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Angela    

Angela

Angela is the acquisitions editor for New Age health and healing, psychic and consciousness development, and parapsychology books at Llewellyn. She is an avid reader, practitioner, and client of her subject matter and is thrilled to focus on her passion everyday! Outside of work, Angela's interests include vintage stuff (i.e. garage sales), chai tea lattes, babbling brooks, and Garfield/lasagna. In her free time she loves to unwind through yoga, splatter paint around her art room, rollerblade with her high-energy dog, and relax at home with her husband and cat.

Dark Days and D

As we head into the darkets days of the year over here in Minnesota (with brighter ones to come after next week, yeah!), lunchtime chit chat steared its way to vitamin D (oh, doesn’t it always?). It went something like this: “My doctor tested my vitamin levels and I’m deficient.” “Hey, I’ve tested deficient before, […]

A Practice in Holiday Gratitude

Since we’re hosting family holiday extravaganza at our place this year, we went all out and pitched a tree in our living room. Our dog was ecstatic; you could see it in his crazy eyes as we hauled the tree up the stairs…”Big stick for ME?!” Once we got it into his head that, no, we weren’t […]

An Overjoyed (Not Overwhelmed) Thanksgiving

The fluffy nostalgia of approaching holidays has worn off a bit as to-do list reality and event hosting sets in. This is my favorite time of the year, but in the past I’ve found myself wasting it with fret. Instead of sitting with my family and savoring the company, I busy myself in the kitchen […]

Twenty Under $20: Mind-Body-Soul Gifts by Personal Taste

I opened a magazine a few weeks back at random and there in the spread were snowflakes, bows, and gifts, gifts, gifts. Since holiday commercials have been playing since before Halloween (I know, I know, I’m rolling my eyes, too), this was not a surprising reminder of the hustle and bustle that would soon be erupting […]

Safety for Goblins and Ghouls

I had to roll my eyes as I flipped to the news this week and once again the featured stories were dishing out a whole lot of fear. It seemed a bit overdramatic and completely morbid to sit around watching the form of a little kid in a goblin costume go up in flames, but […]

I Took a Stress Test and Failed *Miserably*

I took a simple stress test today and was told by this test, “You are basically addicted to stressful states, and your health is at risk.” That was it. No words of wisdom, no encouragement for what I might do to remedy this addiction. So basically they let me know I have an addiction, I’m […]

Tuning In

This is a quick little blip on tv shows I’m pretty excited about this season. When the weather gets chilly and wet and especially when the days get shorter and we’re shrouded in darkness, sometimes all I want to do is put on my jammies and curl up on the couch to watch a good […]

Easing Back-To-School Jitters

I’m a bit late, but welcome to September! Even though we haven’t officially landed into autumn, we’ve crossed into that grey area now that Labor day has passed. We’re creeping into a new seasons and all the signs are there. I don’t pay much attention to fashion rules, but was once scolded by someone when I […]

The Basement That Could Never Be Clean

I’ve come to recognize my internal signal for when things in my life are temporary. Sure, everything in life is temporary, but some more so than others. My gauge is when I find myself asking, “How long is this going to last?” Sometimes my asking is positive (as in, how long do I get to […]

Thich Nhat Hanh on the smiling debate

During walking meditation, during kitchen and garden work, during sitting meditation, all day long, we can practice smiling. -Thich Nhat Hanh Previously I had posted on being true to your mood and how I have always struggled with the idea of smiling when it isn’t a reflection of what I am actually feeling. There was […]