Archive for October, 2018

How To Better Manage Social Media Phone Use

You bolt out of bed each morning eager to check your phone. While you were holed up for eight hours you must have missed out on plenty new social media posts. You think: I need to get back on track and catch up. Okay, let’s start with any new messages on WhatsApp. Did they like

Our Relationship To Our Bodies Is Changing And Advertisers Know It

I fall into the outer edges of the millennials. The so-called “Old Millennial”. This is important to mention because the targeted marketing I receive is tailored to this millennial cohort. And through this target marketing, I’ve been learning some pretty amazing lessons. With increased intensity lately, the ads that have been furnishing my timeline follow

Eat Right To Ease Arthritis

At some point in our lives we will either know someone who is suffering from arthritis, or we may suffer from the debilitating disorder of the joints ourselves. In fact, arthritis is so prevalent that in the United States, it is becoming the most common form of disability.   We hear the term arthritis so

5 Delightful Autumn Soups To Stimulate Your Senses

Earlier this month, we discussed 7 Ways to Consciously Prepare for Fall. One noted aspect of that preparation includes food therapy that consists, in part, of hearty soups that boost your immunity, warm your body, and acclimatize your system to the changing temperatures. The history of soup as an economical, delicious, and nutritious way of

Cooking For Disaster Relief: Chefs Stepping Up

We have always faced both natural and man-induced disasters on Earth, but lately they seem to be occurring with alarming frequency. Whether it’s a hurricane, tsunami, earthquake, fire or refugees either fleeing from war zones or severe drought areas, we are regularly facing dire situations where masses of people are affected. And the rise of

8 Benefits Of Spirulina & Chlorella

We’ve spoken of different superfoods in our articles here and here. We’ve likewise recently discussed the two main organs to focus upon this fall,  the lungs and the large intestines in this article.  We thought it might be the ideal moment to remind everyone of the two superfoods –spirulina and chlorella- that give you optimal

Positive News Stories From September To Brighten Your Week (Part 2)

If you didn’t catch the first installation of our positive news stories for September, you can read them right here! We’re a few days into October, and we figure it’s a good time to look back fondly on some more awesome things that kicked off our Fall last month. Our news cycle continues to be bleak,

7 Ways To Consciously Prepare For Fall

As the summer comes to end, the pace and rhythm of our activities begin to change just as the season does. In Traditional Chinese medicine, we move away from the outward expansive summer yang energy to a more inward and downward (earth) direction of yin energy in fall. It is associated with the element Metal,

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