Raise your hands if you’ve indefinitely turned off your morning alarms. If you’ve lost your job, maybe that was the first thing you did. Let your body wake up when it wants to, stretch and … [Read more...] about One Huge Reason to Maintain your Routine in Quarantine
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The U.S. houses nearly 12 million immunocompromised people (people with weakened immune systems who can’t rely on their body’s natural defense system to stave off a foreign predator), which is about … [Read more...] about Keeping Corona at Bay by Tending to your Tummy
These days, it’s becoming more and more likely that we’ll all be spending most of our time inside… Cut off from outside social spaces, unable to attend events that have been cancelled, and thinking … [Read more...] about 3 Ways to Make Your Home a Sanctuary During a Lockdown
Wednesday, we talked about some of the effects of the coronavirus. Not the medical and political effects – you watch the news. We don’t need to tell you what you already know. But the … [Read more...] about Staying Connected to Yin and Yang with Yoga at Home Pt. 2
A lot can happen in 42 days. Habits form, people fall in love, zucchinis grow. And according to recent research, the bacteria in the gut microbiome changes after only 42 days — or six … [Read more...] about Physical Fitness to Get Your Gut Health in Gear
Hopefully, if working from home is an option in your life, you’re already doing it. In fact, it’s very likely you’re already familiar with the phrases “social distancing” and “flattening the … [Read more...] about Staying Connected to Yin and Yang with Yoga at Home
Even holistic health advocates can barely keep up with health food news. And for good reason – those waters can get really murky. Is avocado still a superfood if we’ve stopped talking about it, … [Read more...] about The Clean 15 and Dirty Dozen for 2020
Artists make up less than 2% of the workforce. And because of the framework through which we view “careers”, that percentage makes sense. To be considered part of the workforce as an artist, you … [Read more...] about Can Art Therapy Help You If You’re Not an Artist?
Nobody could afford coconut oil during the war in the 1940s. Although it had been used in European and American, not to mention Caribbean and Filipino, cooking for centuries, Americans lost their … [Read more...] about Coconut Oil Vs. Coconut Milk: What Does your Gut Say?