4 Ways to Stop Shame in its Tracks
Shame sabotages our desire for emotional intimacy, says Brene Brown.
Everyone is going to experience feelings of shame, yet we... Read More
You're Not Fighting That War Alone
One of self-loathing's most devious tactics is to isolate its victims, chasing each of us into dark lonely corners in which... Read More
10 Health Benefits of Carrots – Proven by Science (and 4 Carrot Recipes to Try)
Carrots have been sought after by many hoping to cure themselves of... Read More
This is the smoothie I make most often. It’s all plant food, and so has a seriously low number of kilojoules (calories), yet delivers some serious nutrition.... Read More
Warning: Is Your Shampoo Harming Your Health?
Have you ever wondered what life would be like without shampoo? For some of us that thought is the perfect... Read More
Type 2 Diabetes - Do Genes and Diet Interact?
Much has been written on how genes affect our body and how nutrition affects us, but what about... Read More
We all have the most perfect relaxation system already built within us, the breath. The only problem is - most of us have forgotten how to... Read More
10 Must-Try Fitness Classes That Are Trending Now
Becoming bored with your workout routine isn’t uncommon. If working out and being active is feeling like more of... Read More
A Guided Breathing Meditation to Cultivate Awareness
This practice is a breathing meditation. We focus on breathing not
A 15-minute breathing meditation that builds awareness of thoughts, feelings, and... Read More
13 Health Benefits of Salmon, According to Science (+ 10 Delicious Salmon Recipes)
Salmon is one of the best seafood options for its essential nutrients. The dense flavor... Read More
Night Skin Care
The skin is the bodys largest organ. The skin is most susceptible to harsh elements in the environment that include air pollutants and metals... Read More
7 Ways to Build Your Problem-Solving Intuition
Here are eight ways to build your natural ability to use intuition.
You’ve heard the terms mother’s intuition, gut instinct, and... Read More
Celebrating Black Yogis for Black History Month
Yoga has its roots in India, but it has changed and evolved hugely since it came to North America. For... Read More
How to Wake Up Your Body for Morning Meditation
Win the morning with 5-minutes of mindful movement to synchronize your body and mind with movement, breath, and... Read More
Wake Up to Bone Broth
I have a confession to make. For years my mom has been showing me how to make bone broth, although until recently,... Read More
One Mindfulness Practice You Can Try Today: Let It Go!
Past hurts and emotional triggers have a way of keeping us stuck in our tracks. Practicing letting... Read More
Flaxseeds (you may also know them as linseeds) are a small brown or golden seed that are extraordinarily high in omega-3 fatty acids. And omega-3 is... Read More
Getting to Know NV™, Our New Innovative Makeup Line
Meet NV. Nine shades of perfecting mist.
Just launched at LEAD Las Vegas, NV is a BB Perfecting Mist... Read More
Is Finding An Efficient Weight Loss Program Difficult? No, You Simply Have To Know What To Look For!
Finding An Effective Weight Loss Program
Are you among the... Read More
7 Ways to Take Care and Take Action
What do we do when facing what appear to be insurmountable challenges of our time?
These could be very good... Read More
Healing Body Image Through Belly Dance
As we evolve towards more gender equality on the planet, communities that cultivate the divine goddess and celebrate the sacred feminine... Read More
Grounded in Nature
Restore your natural rhythms at these idyllic getaways.
Captain Whidbey Inn, Coupeville, Washington
Step back into another era and a slower pace at this historic log... Read More
What Is Type 2 Diabetes And How To Manage It
Diabetes is a life-long disease that affects the way your body handles glucose in your blood.
Insulin, a... Read More
5 Simple Steps to Boost Your Life
You hear it all the time: “New year, new you.” Drawn by the power of the calendar, we see the... Read More
It was the late 1980s and I was sitting in a university lecture hall listening to Abbie Hoffman, an author and an activist, ranting about my... Read More