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How to Make the Most of the Time You Have

By |May 12th, 2017|

“Without giving up hope—that there’s somewhere better to be, that there’s someone better to be—we will never relax with where we are or who we

There’s No WiFi in the Forest, but You’ll Get a Stronger Connection

By |March 30th, 2017|

We live our lives at such a fast pace. We seem to be working more hours and juggling more tasks both at work and home, with no relenting. As part of the technological age, we are connected 24/7, and we find it difficult to switch off. It has changed the face of how we live and work. Expectations are higher, the pace of life is quickening, and we’re struggling to keep up.

7 Tips For A Stress-Free Holiday

By |December 8th, 2016|

7 Tips For A Stress-Free Holiday

Hard to believe it’s already December, this year has flown by. Have you written your cards? Wrapped your gifts? If

The Power of Touch

By |July 11th, 2016|

In a High-tech World, It Pays to Reach Out Physician and holistic health pioneer Rachel Naomi Remen once confessed that as a pediatric intern she was an unrepentant baby kisser, often smooching her little patients as she made her rounds at the hospital. She did this when no one was looking because she sensed her colleagues would frown on her behavior, even though she couldn't think of a single reason not to do it. The lack of basic human contact in our high-tech medical system reflects a larger social ill that has only recently started to get some attention--touch deprivation. The cultural landscape is puzzling. On the one hand, we are saturated in suggestive messages by the mass media; on the other hand, the caring pediatrician is afraid someone might look askance at her planting a kiss on a baby's forehead. What's wrong with this picture?

The Art of Bathing

By |January 11th, 2016|

Simple Recipes to Soothe Mind and Body From bubble baths to essential oils to Dead Sea salts, prepared bath products are designed to enhance a bathing experience, but they can be expensive. Instead of spending the extra money on special bath products, try one of these natural, simple bath recipes with ingredients you probably already have in your cupboard or refrigerator.