Category: Week 3

Make Your Own Terrarium

Now that things are in full bloom and green again, it’s the perfect time to plant a summer terrarium with your kids. You can get everything you need for this project from your local nursery or hardware store, but you’ll have more fun if you find it from what you already have in your house…
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Super Food: Vegetable Lasagna

Broccoli is one of the most nutritious vegetables around. It lowers the risk of all cancers by 35 percent. Broccoli is a must in all of our diet, so find a creative way to get this super food into your diet. If you don’t like broccoli, you can use more spinach (another superfood) in this yummy…
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Positive Affirmations are Key to a Healthy Life

Studies show that optimism can affect your health and how long you live. Repeating positive affirmations throughout your day actually reduces stress and creates health. A study at the University of California, Los Angeles shows that students that were repeating positive affirmations when they were stressed actually produced less stress hormones. When a person repeats…
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Mother Earth Day-Celebrate Outdoors

Happy Mother Earth Day, April 22. It’s time to play in the dirt. I’ve been an avid gardener for most of my life. I found getting in the dirt and nature always grounded me.  Gardening has always been a healing balm for my challenging life of stress and depression. Playing in the dirt has helped…
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Eco-Athletic Wear That You and the Planet Will Love

January is the month millions of people hit the gym to start their “get healthy” New Year’s resolutions. This means tons of people are looking for quality workout clothes. If you’re in the market for athletic wear, be sure to look for eco-athletic options. You’ll be investing in your health and the health of the…
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Homemade Fruit and Yogurt Popsicles

Chef Kendrick Dopp has a fun and easy summer treat and activity for you and your child to do together – making fruit and yogurt popsicles! So cool down this summer and have some fun making these great, easy and health-conscious popsicles

Tips for Avoiding Fraudulent Tax Preparers

Tax season, a major stress factor for many Americans, is here. As you begin your tax-related research be sure to do a thorough investigation on the tax preparer you are trusting with your financial information. Preparing our own taxes can be a weighty burden, especially when the IRS tax code is said to be 3.7 million words long, nearly…
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3 Earth Day Projects

Today is Earth Day and this year, with the worries about climate change, there is so much we must do to help the environment. Now is the perfect time to get your friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers involved in Earth Day projects. For over 40 years, people have been celebrating Earth Day, a time that…
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Stress Tips for Introverts or Extroverts

Stress Tips for Introverts and Extroverts We all deal with stress differently and this is partially because of our different personality traits. People usually fall into one of two categories: introvert or extrovert, and fortunately, there are plenty of specialized stress tips for introverts or stress tips for extroverts. Are you an introvert or extrovert?…
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Reconnect with Mother Nature

We have spent the month of January supplying you with tons of information to help you create a happier, healthier, mindful new year. I want to end the month with a really simple, life-changing New Year’s resolution that is simple, has no cost and contains untold mental and physical health benefits.  Answer your call to…
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