Are you itching for some Spring-Cleaning? Dictionaries define Spring-Cleaning as “the act or process of doing a thorough cleaning of a place including parts that are not often cleaned” (yikes!) and date this religious or cultural tradition back to as early as 1841. Today, Spring-Cleaning of “parts not often cleaned” takes the forefront because it serves a vital role in the personal renewal, regeneration and refreshment we often crave in springtime. I’ve found that focusing and setting our intentions on 2 specific places can truly facilitate this shift and enhance our every day well-being, for good!Read More
It’s the Fall! In our bodies, “rust” or “oxidation” shows up in the form of cell damage, chronic disease and premature aging. An easy way to think about “ANTIOXIDANTS” for our bodies is to think rust-prevention! Here’s your delicious guide to colorful foods and savvy inspiration to boost your rust-proofing all Fall! Heads-up for the BROWNS, the GREENS, the REDS and the ORANGES!Read More
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How We Can Learn To Eat More Mindfully By Observing Other Cultures! (1/3)Read More
This year, when celebrating Valentine’s Day, why not treat your loved ones to the gift of good health and a truly happy heart? By incorporating some healthy simple changes into your traditional Valentine’s Day routine, you and your loved ones can celebrate together without sacrificing your health – or those new year’s resolutions we went “from knowing to doing” in January!