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Let’s Wake Up And Smell The Trees

We live in such a fast-paced world today it can often feel like we are being pulled in many different directions at once! Feeling overwhelmed and stressed from being too busy has become a way of life for many of us. However, if we cannot manage our stress and it becomes too intense it can

Lebanese Food Bank: Managing Food Distribution to Alleviate Hunger

I have heard this over and over since I was a child: “there is actually enough food being produced to feed the world’s population.” If so, why do people go hungry? Of course, there is no simple answer, and a myriad of factors contribute to famine. However, according to the Global Food Banking Network, “each

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

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

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

Furry Friends With Benefits: The Rise of Pet Therapy

It’s hard not to smile when your dog greets you at the door exuberantly wagging its tail or when your cat weaves in and out of your legs trying to get your undivided attention the minute you step into your home. With almost no effort, pets somehow manage to bring so much joy into our

World Cleanup Day In Lebanon: The Aftermath And Lessons To Be Learned

We recently spoke to you about the massive international initiative World Cleanup Day. This global social action program, which is aimed at combating the global solid waste and marine debris problem, took place on September 15, you can find our article here.  This year more than 13 million people from 155 countries and regions joined forces

Dealing With Back To School Transition

With summer vacation coming to an end for many families with school age children its time to get ready to go back to school. The transition from carefree summer days to structured school days can be tough and takes some time getting used to. For many children it will be smooth, while for others it

Charbella Hosry: The Eco-Friendly Entrepreneur

The team at The Wellness Project has been meeting some remarkable individuals over the years that are working relentlessly to make their cities a better place, through their various endeavors. Lebanon can be a challenging market to change consumer perceptions about sustainability and living in eco-friendly ways, as there is no government legislation in place

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