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Sleep: Restoring Both Mind AND Body

Sleep: Restoring Both Mind AND Body

This is a guest post by Amy Highland. Most aspects of your health that are impacted by sleep. Appetite control, metabolism, emotional stability, and muscle recovery can all be benefited by getting more sleep. But what does sleep do exactly? How does it help? What...

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My Unexpected Collision With Yoga

My Unexpected Collision With Yoga

A guest post by Mike Brennan. How does an overweight, middle-aged man come to create yoga art? (It has nothing to do with being creepy, either.) That’s a great question because I would never have thought I’d end up here. I’m more of the movies/pop culture/video games...

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Why You Need to Start Showing Up

Why You Need to Start Showing Up

A guest post by Laura Peill. This is a letter to all of those people who are at a place where it is time to start.  At a place where they know, there is a leap coming, or a dive into the unknown, or the need for a change.  Or for the people who have made the leap and...

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6 Ways To Improve Your Bladder Health

6 Ways To Improve Your Bladder Health

This is a guest post by Ren Williams.  The bladder is an overlooked but vital organ in the human body. Often we only think about its health when something goes wrong. But it’s important to look after your bladder now to avoid complications later in life. There are...

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7 Ways Writing Guarantees a Healthy Life

7 Ways Writing Guarantees a Healthy Life

This is a guest post by Frank McKinley.    What do you think about when you hear the word healthy? Maybe you picture someone buff in designer gym clothes pumping iron at the gym. Maybe it’s someone who takes power naps every 3 hours and is always chipper, creative,...

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Living Centerpieces

Living Centerpieces

This is a guest post by Renee Tarantowski Baude. When I look back I can easily see how I was practicing mindfulness.  I didn’t call it that? I used words like centering, peacefulness, beauty and ease.  This is part of a post that I wrote in 2013. Five years ago seems...

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What Makes a Person so Happy His Heart Sings?

What Makes a Person so Happy His Heart Sings?

What makes a person happy? 350 million people live with depression according to the World Health Organization. Sixteen million adults in the United States have an episode with depression each year. That’s 6.9% of the population living in an unhappy state of being....

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