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Self Care is Not Selfish

  I just love this picture.  It reminds me of times as kids we would spend having fun and, without any school work, we were consumed with joy most of those long summer days.  What happens to the play in our adult lives? Where do we draw that fine line between...

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How You Eat Tells All

Are you eating with gratitude? Slowly enjoying every bite?  Do you approach the food you use to nourish your body with the knowingness that you deserve delicious, high quality, beautiful food? Or do you eat fast, in your car, in between meetings?  Do you...

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Which Diet is Right for My Body?

There are a few universal truths that almost anyone with a basic level of health knowledge will agree upon: 1. Organic is best. 2. Vegetables are healthy. 3. Our food today contains less valuable nutrition than it did 100 years ago, 50 years ago, even 30 years ago....

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365 Days of Radical Self Love

I have decided to embark on a journey: for one year I will ask myself, "What would someone who loves themselves do?" I will ask myself this question whether I am trying to decide on consuming a bowl of soup or a bowl ice cream, when considering splurging on a trip to...

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Easy to Hide Superfoods

These are not the same "it" superfoods that you have already heard about on the latest Dr. Oz show.  It seems as though every few months there is a new trendy superfood highlighted in the media. Acai, pomegranate, kale, juicing... While I agree that we are discovering...

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Borax for Hormones, Beauty and Libido

Suffering from arthritis and osteoporosis may send a person looking for answers to the doctor however, many are finding a remedy to their ailments in an unexpected place: the laundry detergent isle. Although commonly known as a laundry detergent and household cleaner,...

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Goodbye Grey

I am deep in the throes of a 30 year old "mid-life crisis" although, of course, I am well aware that with diligent attention to my health I hope to live and thrive well past 60 years of age.  While working proactively to quell any physical signs of aging before they...

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Welcome to more Thoughtful Living

Too often we let fear, anxiety and guilt stop us from living the lives we most desire: We over-give (and over-achieve) to the point of burnout and confusion around our purpose, relationships and meaning in life. We deny our desires instead of taking that trip to...

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