Month: September 2018

Rainbow Blessing

Enjoy this rainbow blessing as it glows over life-giving water. Know that this same auspicious rainbow is beaming softly in your own heart leading you into new opportunities and pure joy.   Video footage from; Audio from

Fall Tips for Organic Gardening

Just because the warmer days are leaving that doesn’t mean you have to give up gardening altogether. You can start the prep work for your organic garden during the fall. All you need are a few Mindful tips. Gardening is known to be good for your health. It can relieve stress, the sunlight can give…
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Our Hero: The CDC

Flu season is near—an unpredictable and dreaded period that peaks between December and February and can last as late as May. The CDC provides information to the general public about influenza vaccines and offers materials (brochures, videos, and tools) to help businesses encourage their employees to protect their health. This service prevents illnesses and hospitalizations.…
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Beat the Fall Blues

Sometimes minor acts of self-improvement can yield big results. With four Mindful tips, you can set achievable goals, leading to a more fulfilling and productive autumn season and overcome the fall blues. Beat the Fall Blues The end of the year will be here in just a few short months and it’s causing some people…
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You Can Easily Make Veteran’s Birthday Wish Come True

October 7 marks 100 years for veteran James South. This year his only birthday wish is to receive 100 cards in the mail. His assisted living home, Brookdale Senior Living in Watauga, Texas, is trying to make his wish come true. They posted an image of James South with his own handwritten sign earlier on…
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Surprising Benefits of Chewing Gum

September 30 is National Chewing Gum Day. There are many healthy and surprising benefits of chewing gum. You may want to keep some gum with you at work and home to manage stress, help your memory, and control your appetite. 3 Surprising Benefits of Chewing Gum Chewing gum reduces stress. The rhythm of chewing gum…
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Coffee is a Critical Superfood

Coffee Drinkers Live Longer Researchers continue to show that coffee is associated with a longer life. JAMA Internal Medicine released a study showing that drinking all types of coffee, decaffeinated, regular, and instant, lead to longevity benefits. This was a large study of half a million people with a 10 year follow up period. Coffee…
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Manage Your Time

Procrastination and disorganization can cause incredible stress. It can also cost you your job, fracture your relationships, and cause you live an insufficient life. Successful people who live happy lives of balance and prosperity have learned the basics of time management. Listed below are three time management tips to A.C.E. your life. A=Awareness Activity Log. The…
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A Coffee a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Drinking coffee may offer protection against a stroke. According to a study by researcher Susanna Larsson found in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association, women who drank more than a cup of coffee a day had a 22 percent to 25 percent lower risk of stroke than those who drank less. Larsson discovered similar…
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6 Things that Hurt Your 5 Senses

Are you doing what you can to protect your five senses? Believe it or not, there are numerous daily factors that can negatively impact your sense of taste, sense of smell, sense of touch, sense of vision, and sense of hearing. Beware of these six factors. Human Senses Study One element that can dramatically affect…
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