Feeling less than zippy? Get your chi flowing with these methods. ↓ I recently read a wonderful definition of the life force known as chi. It’s from Santa...Read More
You Can Whiten and Brighten Without Using Bleach!
Chlorine-Bleach is a chemical found in many of our homes and laundry rooms. Unfortunately, although it does a good job of whitening and brightening our clothing, even small amounts are toxic to our lungs and environmentally damaging. Some people who use bleach experience irritation, watering eyes, coughing when using bleach to remove stains. And some experience rashes and other skin reactions when wearing garments washed with cleaning agents that include bleach. I have provided some healthy bleach alternatives that may be helpful to those of you who would like to keep their home, clothes and bodies free from this harmful, toxic “cleaning” agent.
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New research suggests that thanking our partners for supporting us through hardship may increase their joy and satisfaction in giving. By Jill Suttie | July 21, 2018 When my best...Read More
Lifting for two? Check out this exercise modification from a pro who's training through her second pregnancy! ↓ With women in their 30s now having more babies than...Read More
The host of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood taught kids critical emotional and social skills that are still relevant to adults today. Fred McFeely Rogers was a shy, somewhat awkward, and...Read More
Distilling data from more than 600 scientific studies, Jo Robinson shares how to pick and prepare foods for maximum health benefits. by Jo Robinson – July 2018 ↓ PICK Berries yield four times...Read More
Low-dose aspirin may potentially help, a new study suggests. ↓ The exact cause of the Alzheimer’s is still being discovered, but researchers do know that one of the...Read More
Why the best way to recover might be to let go. “Forgiveness is an important expression of generosity of giving,” says Stephen G. Post in a recent...Read More