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Thoughts on Life

Time Out – How to Find Solitude in Our Hectic Lives

by Kelli & Brad
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For those who crave solitude, finding the time to experience it can be challenging. Especially after the hectic schedule of holiday gatherings.

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Your Daily Diet: Finding the Healthy Balance, from the Heart

by Anna Soref
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For so many of us the diet rollercoaster is just that, up and down, up and down. We’re bombarded daily with the latest healthy foods, diets, fasts and cleanses. How can one possibly find the right path to healthy?

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Strong Relationships, Healthy Hormones

by Kelli
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Women are especially vulnerable to accommodating lousy relationships because we’re not well trained about healthy boundaries. We often don’t learn that “no” is a complete sentence. And to add more fuel to the fire, our brain/hormone connections are more sensitive to emotional stressors.

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A Personal Message from Isabel

by Isabel De Los Rios
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Goal…Wikipedia defines it as “a desired result an animal or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve.” Although that is a completely accurate and great definition of the word, I have 2 very important and critical details to add. To do so, I want to share 2 very personal experiences with you that will […]

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Appreciating Your Health When It’s Good

by Maura Knowles
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Knowing all we know and how important following a healthy life-style is to good/optimum health, why do some of us ignore it and play as if we were invincible?

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When Perfect Eating Eats Away At Us

by Dr. Corey Schuler, MS, DC, CNS, LN
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Healthy living is simple, right? Eat right and exercise. Done and done. However, with the ever expanding information in nutritional science, and purveyors of specific dietary tribalism and dietetic dogma, a new challenge has arisen. A condition known as orthorexia nervosa is not even a diagnosis code yet, but it is indeed very real.

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Is Organic Worth The Extra Money? Images Tell the Story Best

by Brad
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Very often people ask us if paying the extra money for organic produce is worth it. We do our best to explain the benefits, but of course we know that images, pictures, and stories are more powerful than mere data, so we try to use those as much as possible.

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So You Like Those Free Samples at the Grocery Store Do You?

by Maura Knowles
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As a Morselist, promoting healthy Morsels at food fairs and store demos, I’ve met the gamut of people: ones only seeking out free samples, others interested in new products, some want education, and many make great story fodder.

Now, I know I’m supposed to stay positive and sunny and I will probably offend some people, but COME ON! Everyone’s got a breaking point, right?

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Flexible Fun Friday and a Confession

by Maura Knowles
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We all have crazy days and can’t be good all the time, and that’s why I love the 90/10 Rule: Be good 90% of the time and 10% forgive ourselves. Being flexible is key or we just might snap!

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The Irish and Their Grub

by Maura Knowles
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We do our best to eat as healthy as possible when we can control the situation, right? When the normal routines are good, you can enjoy the occasional treats with your friends and family and have fun without the smallest feeling of guilt. Relax, take advantage of good times and adventures. Life is to be experienced!

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How To Cure Cravings By Using Radical Indulgence by Karol Gajda

by Brad

I saw this post yesterday written by Karol Gajda on his blog RidiculouslyExtraordinary. Karol blogs about his travels and living a minimalist life, and he also happens to be a vegan. His post yesterday was awesome. We all have our cravings (mine at one time, post changing my food habits, was hot dogs, which only […]

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Eating healthy on the road

by Brad
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So it was a fantastic trip, with only a couple missteps along the way as we tried to eat our best. We have our preparation and the ability to web search on my phone to thank for it. I little planning, and you can take eating healthy with you wherever you go.

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Lamentations of a pharmacy rep

by Brad
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Recently I was seeking help for design work on our blog. One of the designers we contacted spent some time looking at our blog and sent a very interesting reply. With her permission, here’s a portion of what she wrote: “…I like your blog. Love Skinny Bitch. I’ve read it and listened to it twice. […]

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