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  • 5 Podcasts Worth Listening To

    As we navigate through the first month of the new year, many of us are evaluating our goals and lives and looking outside ourselves for guidance. Whether you are looking to improve your health or just learn more about life, podcasts allow us to listen and learn while doing our…

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  • Winter Solstice Celebrations Across the Globe

    What is Winter Solstice? The winter solstice is the longest night of the year, typically December 21 or 22 in the Northern Hemisphere or June 20 or 21 in the Southern Hemisphere. This is the transition from a building length of nighttime to a decline in dark hours as it…

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  • Clean House, Clear Mind for the New Year

    Spend a Few Days Cleaning and Start the Year Off Right! Start the new year fresh by doing some cleaning before the ball drops. Prepare for new items that come with the holidays, make room for the blessings that are to come and give back to your community by donating…

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  • How to Balance Holiday Disruptions with Your Routine

    Holiday Disruptions Can Be Good and Bad Winter holidays and vacation from our normal routines can throw off the schedule of even the most dedicated self-care practitioner. Whether it is a health and fitness routine or just a regular work schedule, the holidays can disrupt our lives in good and…

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  • The Importance of Saying Thank You

    Gratitude and the Impact of Appreciation Gratitude, graciousness, grace, gratefulness: what do these words have in common?  They describe a life lived in mindful appreciation of the gift of simply living. Gratitude is the thankful appreciation for something you receive, either tangible or intangible, and the recognition of good in…

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  • Why Is Hand Washing So Important?

    The History Behind Hand Washing  Hand washing is a normal part of most of our days, but it has not always been this way. Not until the 19h century was it thought to be beneficial for doctors, nurses and medical staff to thoroughly clean their hands before examining or working…

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  • 10 Ways to Cut Heating Costs This Winter

    Home Improvements and Bill Cutting Tips for Winter Savings Whether you are trying to make changes at home to better insulate, or want to avoid astronomical heating bills, tips and tricks to save on heating are always helpful. From better protecting your home to cutting back on the energy you…

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  • Fighting a Cold or Seasonal Allergies? Know the Difference

    What Is the Cause Behind the Symptoms? Do you find yourself going through more tissue as the Fall months roll in? Have you noticed friends of family members are sniffling, coughing or seem groggy? You are not alone in you battle against the changing seasons and the havoc they wreak…

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  • Mental Health Awareness: Time Out for Self Care

    Taking Breaks and Days Off for Mental Health Care In recognition of mental health awareness month, we have compiled some ways to take true mental health breaks from work as well as activities for mental health days. It is imperative to not only take care of your physical health but…

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  • Bring Nature Indoors: Fall Crafts for Kids

    Think back to the arts and crafts of years ago, before there were computers, tablets, and fancy crafting kids. Help your children find that nostalgic way of life by bringing items in from outside and creating fun crafts using natural inspiration. Sometimes the best memories are made doing simple activities,…

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