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Welcome to Living Well With Carmel!

Join Carmel as she cooks up delicious and nutritious dishes, and shows you how to substitute fatty ingredients with healthy alternatives. We also hope you enjoy our interviews with famous baby boomers such as pop artist Romero Britto and TV legends, Tony Dow of Leave It To Beaver and Tina Louise of Gilligan’s Island. Together Carmel discusses the importance of creativity for an aging population. Don’t miss our out of the box activities from aerial yoga to a challenging fitness course through an untouched forest in the Berkshires. Whether it’s sailing in Biscayne Bay or hiking through the Appalachian Mountains, we’ll take you on a journey to “view the world as your gym.”

Cafe Adam

THERE ARE MANY REASONS why I love the Berkshires so much. The scenery, the old world charm and the history makes it a draw for visitors far and wide. But for me the excitement in this beautiful bucolic area is getting the chance to discover

Traveling Over the Holidays

"Over the fields and through the woods to grandmother's house we go." The thought of traveling to a quaint destination to visit with relatives over the holidays is as cozy as a Currier and Ives Christmas print. The reality however, especially if one must board

Forest Bathing

I AM A GREAT PROPONENT OF EXERCISE, mindfulness and the appreciation of nature. After all, these are some of the important core elements of my Public Television series, Living Well With Carmel. Recently I discovered something special that brings together all three practices beautifully. It's called forest

Healthy Competition

Silver and gold, silver and gold. No I'm not singing the Burl Ives Christmas song. I'm actually reminiscing about the days when my sisters and brothers would compete for medals in sports. Let me clarify. These were athletic contests that we'd orchestrate