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Foodie Friday: Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Milk

By Shannon Franz I goofed off with some different ways to make turmeric milk and came up with this simple and delicious drink. It’s versatile to fit all seasons – you can warm it for cooler weather or throw some ice in it on hotter days. The black pepper helps with absorption of the curcumin […]

A Way to Practice Gratitude

Green bean casserole, football, stretchy pants, and discount holiday shopping.  Thanksgiving day can bring up a certain mix of modern Americana imagery.  Do you know what thanksgiving means? I actually had to look up the definition of the word, “thanksgiving”. Here it is: thanks·giv·ing /ˌTHaNGksˈɡiviNG/ noun 1. the expression of gratitude, especially to God. “he […]

How to Overcome News Fatigue

By Dr. Irene Rubin In light of recent national events, I thought it might be helpful to offer some suggestions for coping with exposure to emotionally traumatic events. When something horrible happens on a national level, it can be difficult to process our own thoughts and feelings about it while also being almost constantly in […]

The Flow of Let Go

Alyssa Malehorn is a spiritual teacher, intuitive channel and psychic medium based in Austin, TX. I had the pleasure of spending time with her recently, and have been reading her book, “How Old is Your Soul?”.  All together it’s been an enlightening and educational experience. I am now on her email list and recently received […]

Ways to Deal with Stress

“Don’t let your mind bully your body into believing it must carry the burden of its worries” Astrid Alauda By Sarah Wylde Whether it’s because of school, work or financial reasons we all have some level of stress in our lives. Carrying around that extra tension can damage our long-term physical and mental well being. […]