• 8 Ways to Celebrate World Kindness Day

    8 Ways to Celebrate World Kindness Day

    World Kindness Day is celebrated on November 13 each year. The purpose of this day is to help each of us understand that compassion is the glue binding us together. The concept behind World Kindness Day began at a Tokyo conference more than two decades ago. It has grown into a global movement to explore how we can all be […]

  • Seasons Change

    Seasons Change

    With summer being only a few short months for many, we practically drop everything to enjoy some reckless abandon outside while we can. But, with school back in session, the morning dew growing heavier on the ground, and the nights coming sooner, the realization dawns that autumn approaches. We know what it means for chores around the house, but what […]

  • Open Your Mind

    Open Your Mind

    Google’s definition says it’s “the readiness to consider something without prejudice,” and then there’s George Bernard Shaw who once said, “Those who can’t change their minds, can’t change anything.” I don’t know about that, but I do know that when I take a look around these days, it seems open mindedness is a phrase a lot easier said than put […]

  • Take a Breath

    Take a Breath

    It gives us life, but have you ever thought about the power breath has over our quality of life? There’s a reason why so many of us were taught to “take a breath” in order to calm down, because as it turns out breath is directly tied to our body’s limbic system, the part of the brain responsible for emotional […]

  • Thriving Versus Surviving

    Thriving Versus Surviving

    For some people, the difference between thriving and surviving could be the difference between being proactive and being reactive. We hear that to thrive we need good quality relationships, but what about the relationship we have with ourselves? Let’s be proactive there first and ask the following questions: What language do I use when I’m talking to myself? Am I […]

  • Look Back, Move Forward

    Look Back, Move Forward

    It’s time to get real about what’s working, what’s not, and using the valuable data from the past which has so much to offer you today and beyond. Self-reflection is a very practical, personal inventory that will result in consciousness and growth. It’s powerful and progressive to make space to reflect in this capacity, allowing for corrections and tweaks. It’s […]

  • How to Create Positive Mental Health Spaces Inside the Home

    How to Create Positive Mental Health Spaces Inside the Home

    The places where you spend the most time each day contribute to your mental health and overall well-being. Various attributes, including the size of a room, how it is furnished, and the company you keep, can influence your wellness. Although some elements of each day fall outside of personal control, we can decide how to create a mental space inside […]

  • A Day For Water

    A Day For Water

    Whether you get your H2O from a bottle at the store, from the tap in your kitchen, or an off-grid cistern or well system, it’s an inalienable truth that water is life. And that stands for many reasons. Look to indigenous cultures where women are considered the Grandmothers and Water Keepers who speak for and seek to protect water. It’s […]

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by / on November 11, 2022 at 4:00 am / in Lifestyle

8 Ways to Celebrate World Kindness Day

World Kindness Day is celebrated on November 13 each year. The purpose of this day is to help each of us understand that compassion is the glue binding us together. The concept behind World Kindness Day began at a Tokyo conference more than two decades ago. It has grown into a global movement to explore how we can all be […]

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by / on September 22, 2022 at 8:00 pm / in Wellness

Seasons Change

With summer being only a few short months for many, we practically drop everything to enjoy some reckless abandon outside while we can. But, with school back in session, the morning dew growing heavier on the ground, and the nights coming sooner, the realization dawns that autumn approaches. We know what it means for chores around the house, but what […]

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by / on August 18, 2022 at 4:00 pm / in Wellness

Open Your Mind

Google’s definition says it’s “the readiness to consider something without prejudice,” and then there’s George Bernard Shaw who once said, “Those who can’t change their minds, can’t change anything.” I don’t know about that, but I do know that when I take a look around these days, it seems open mindedness is a phrase a lot easier said than put […]

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by / on August 5, 2022 at 4:00 pm / in Wellness

Take a Breath

It gives us life, but have you ever thought about the power breath has over our quality of life? There’s a reason why so many of us were taught to “take a breath” in order to calm down, because as it turns out breath is directly tied to our body’s limbic system, the part of the brain responsible for emotional […]

Read more ›
by / on July 28, 2022 at 8:00 pm / in Lifestyle

Thriving Versus Surviving

For some people, the difference between thriving and surviving could be the difference between being proactive and being reactive. We hear that to thrive we need good quality relationships, but what about the relationship we have with ourselves? Let’s be proactive there first and ask the following questions: What language do I use when I’m talking to myself? Am I […]

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by / on July 20, 2022 at 8:30 am / in Wellness

Look Back, Move Forward

It’s time to get real about what’s working, what’s not, and using the valuable data from the past which has so much to offer you today and beyond. Self-reflection is a very practical, personal inventory that will result in consciousness and growth. It’s powerful and progressive to make space to reflect in this capacity, allowing for corrections and tweaks. It’s […]

Read more ›
by / on April 23, 2022 at 11:00 am / in Wellness

How to Create Positive Mental Health Spaces Inside the Home

The places where you spend the most time each day contribute to your mental health and overall well-being. Various attributes, including the size of a room, how it is furnished, and the company you keep, can influence your wellness. Although some elements of each day fall outside of personal control, we can decide how to create a mental space inside […]

Read more ›
by / on March 22, 2022 at 3:56 pm / in Health

A Day For Water

Whether you get your H2O from a bottle at the store, from the tap in your kitchen, or an off-grid cistern or well system, it’s an inalienable truth that water is life. And that stands for many reasons. Look to indigenous cultures where women are considered the Grandmothers and Water Keepers who speak for and seek to protect water. It’s […]

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by / on March 21, 2022 at 3:33 pm / in Health

Confusing Consumption

In a world where we have what seems like limitless data at our fingertips, sometimes the ease of access to information can cause confusion. There are so many studies, ideas, and beliefs related to food and health you might not know the difference between what’s right and what’s right now. The idea of what a healthy diet consists of will […]

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by / on September 17, 2021 at 1:00 pm / in Wellness

Finding Your Inner Peace

Peace. It’s something we all strive to achieve within ourselves and hope for on a global scale. A concept so coveted, the United Nations felt compelled to establish a day of observance in 1981, and years later would go on to dedicate September 21st as the International Day of Peace. It stands for freedom from disturbance, which leaves room for […]

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