Month: July 2017

National Park Month

When was the last time you visited a park with family or friends? Our park systems are national treasures. Grab a tent, a cooler, and a grill and head to a local National Park. Get ready for an adventure and know that you are creating great memories that will last a lifetime.

Travel Safely with Money

A big part of traveling safely is ensuring that your money and identification (ids and passports) are safe and secure. Sometimes wallets and fanny packs just don’t do the job. Listed below are a few ingenious ideas that can help you travel safely: Secret smartphone cases. There are many bulky wallet/smartphone cases out there that…
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How to Handle Trolls

Nowadays even the sweetest story or picture posted on social media can be targeted by trolls. It’s a discouraging, infuriating experience. Replying can make matters worse and not replying can be maddening. So what exactly should you do if trolls target you? Try these Mindful tips. Online harassment is, unfortunately, very common. A 2014 Pew…
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Take Off Your Shoes

The soles of your feet have over 20,000 nerve endings. There are more nerve endings in your feet than any comparable size on your body. Eighty percent of your foot is exposed to the floor when you are walking barefoot. All of those precious nerves are sending messages to your brain with every step. These…
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Family Reunion Month

Please don’t give up on the age-old sacred ritual of the annual family gathering. Today, so many of us are busy with work and live all over the country; it is becoming harder to coordinate, organize, and attend a family reunion. This year change that with a family party to remember. Planning a Family Reunion For…
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2 Natural Acne Solutions

Acne is a common problem, not just for teens, but for adults as well. It’s said that 85 percent of teenagers and over 40 million people in the U.S. suffer from acne. There are plenty of medicines as well as home remedies for acne out there. Want to know how to clear up acne? Listed…
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5 Fireworks Tips for Pets

For Independence Day, many Americans will be celebrating with fireworks—from small ground fireworks in their backyards to major displays at their local park. While fireworks are entertaining for humans, they’re not so much fun for our four-legged friends. If your pet freaks out at the sound of fireworks, try a few mindful tips on calming…
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More Happy Aging Quotes

When you’re feeling down or blue, the wise words from a motivational figure or personal hero can truly turn things around for you. Last month, we featured three Mindful quotes from George Sand, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and Betty Friedan. Listed below are three more inspirational happy aging quotes. 3 More Mindful and Happy Aging Quotes …
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Email Stresses You Out

How many times a day do you check your emails? You may think it’s not a big deal to continually check your emails during your busy day but research shows it contributes to many problems. Continually checking your email has great costs including your mental and physical burnout, destroying your productivity at work and costs…
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