Greater Well-being Through Self-Care
The seasons are beginning to shift as we progress further into the month of September, and in the western hemisphere this means a shift from long summer days to shorter and cooler autumn days. In the fall, we naturally begin to shift inward, bidding farewell to backyard BBQs, endless sunshine and… Read more »
Cultivating Mind-Body Wisdom
When reflecting on the topic of mind-body wisdom, the following quote rings true for me:
“Our bodies carry their inherent wisdom and truth at a deep, cellular level. The key is to access it, create a dialogue, and most importantly, to listen carefully.” – Deanna Minich
Wellness goes beyond a positive annual… Read more »
I am fascinated with culture and often find myself drawn to reading, housewares, clothing, and other things that represent cultures from around the world. My love for other cultures came alive during my undergraduate studies when I had the opportunity to study abroad in Spain. Five weeks was hardly long enough to really sink in… Read more »
What Does Thanksgiving Mean to You?
Throughout our lives, we celebrate holiday after holiday each year with family, friends, co-workers and others. As children, we experience holidays through the traditions of our families and later, build new traditions to incorporate into the ones we’ve always known. The holiday season can be simultaneously joyous and stressful,… Read more »
Talking To Yourself Isn’t Crazy!
Talking to yourself is really not as bad as it sounds, as long as you ask yourself some very important questions along the way: “How do I talk to myself?” “Do I uplift myself, or bring myself down?” “Am I my own best friend or my own worst enemy?”
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Cooking: A chore or an art form?
When you think about cooking, do you consider it a revolutionary act? I recently read an article that claimed just that. This article was based on the premise that the cure for all that ails us begins in the kitchen, with wholesome and nutritious meals prepared from… Read more »