3 Tech Tips to Help Keep Your Sanity

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Pop quiz: How are you reading this newsletter? If you said “on my phone,” then I would guess you probably could use a break from that little miracle of modern technology.   Think about it. If you’re reading on a mobile device, there’s a good chance you’re multitasking (or even “dual-screening”), too. Are you squeezing… Read more »

My Vacation Totally Stressed Me Out!

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The “dog days” are behind us (mostly), and the world outside still hints of adventures to come. With that open, free feeling of the vacation season lingering in the still-warm air, late August surely feels like a great time of year to get in one last summer getaway. I hope you have the opportunity to… Read more »

Foods to Rev Up Energy, Mood, and Memory

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“Food is medicine,” as the saying goes.   Yes, we have a place for medications in health and wellness, but what’s on your plate can have a tremendous impact on every cell of your body. Food makes nutrients available for sustaining function and wellbeing. By combining modern science and nutrition, we can directly affect many… Read more »

Extinguish the Fire of Heartburn — Naturally

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Last week, Marissa came into the office with a surprising story to tell. This petite 30-year-old teacher had returned from a family barbeque over the holiday, which she enjoyed very much—until she experienced sharp pain in her chest and throat. Could she be having a heart attack at such a young age, she wondered, because… Read more »

No More Excuses! Easy, No-fuss Exercise Solutions

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It’s hard to keep up. I don’t want to injure myself. So much sweating is unpleasant. I don’t have time. I’m embarrassed to try. I’m such a klutz! And _________. Okay, fill in the blank. What’s YOUR biggest reason for avoiding exercise? In my more than two decades of guiding people toward greater wellness, I’ve… Read more »

Still Trying To Fix People?

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I have a few questions for you: Are you highly attuned to what others are thinking and feeling? Do you get caught up in others’ problems, regardless of whether you play a role or not—because you want to help? Do you find yourself overstimulated or distracted by bright lights, large groups, loud noises, and certain… Read more »

Are These Losing Resolutions Trashing Your Vision for 2018?

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Watching the ball drop in Times Square, New York City, is a New Year’s Eve tradition around the country. The countdown from 10 to 1, glitter and confetti, corks popping, noisemakers squealing, kissing and hugging, shivering, people around the world celebrating, crowds cheering… The scenes and excitement are so spectacular, it’s hard to believe this… Read more »

Are You Confused, Too? Part II

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See also: https://www.nutritionaction.com/daily/what-to-eat/spotted-new-nutrition-facts-label-yet/   A few weeks ago, I addressed the confusion that so often results from trendy, hypey terms splashed across package labels—“all natural,” “fat-free,” “no added sugar,” and the like. (Need a refresher? Click here to return to that recent article. I hope you found that last discussion enlightening, if disappointing in terms… Read more »