Indoor Gardening for Herbs and Health

We’re getting in to the first feelings of fall, which means that much cooler weather is right around the corner. Part of us is jumping for joy and the other part is cringing. Can’t we just have alternating weeks of not-too-hot, but not-too-cold weather mixed with sunny days and snowy …

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Fostering Relationships the Old-Fashioned Way

It’s funny how we’re in the midst of the most connected society that exists, but it seems like the true fundamentals of connecting human to human have disintegrated before our eyes. Most of this vanishing period has been in part to the constant presence of technology, but it’s also our …

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A Lesson in the Loss of Robin Williams

When events like this occur, for many news outlets it’s an opportunity to have some new content and talk about another star who left the spotlight too early, but this time it’s different. Williams wasn’t just another celebrity with addiction issues and continual streaks of destructive behavior, he was real …

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What To Know About a Loved One with Cancer

Cancer. The word alone is enough to bring tears to your eyes, whether you’ve seen a loved one lose their battle or someone overcome the odds, the tears can be both sorrowful and overjoyed. Odd how something so destructive can have such a spectrum of emotions. Can you imagine that …

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Stress on Overdrive and Our Bodies

 Back in the centuries where populations of hunter-gatherers were prevalent, people relied on their body’s ability to be stressed to keep them safe. For example, when in danger of a predator, a hunter-gatherer would experience the “flight or fight” response, which is the body’s physiological ability to adapt for survival. …

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