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If you have trouble sleeping—even occasionally—you’re not alone. It turns out, 30-40% of people have reported sleep disturbances of one kind or another, and more women have this issue than...
Perhaps the longest running and most comprehensive study of adults is ongoing at Harvard University. It began in 1938, and followed two groups of men to identify the psychosocial predictors of...
Our Western culture is literally bombarded with the word Mindfulness, but what’s the big deal? Be where you are? Mindfulness is noticing where you’re at, what you’re doing,...
It’s my son’s 12th birthday next week, and we’ve been planning his party. As we were driving to school a couple days ago, we had an interesting conversation about social graces...
Having a bad day? A really sh*ty, life-sucks sort of day? We’ve all had them. As a matter of fact, I had one yesterday. It started out fine, my amazing husband took the kids to school...
I grew up in a somewhat chaotic household. My mother divorced my alcoholic father when I was barely three, and being a single mom, did her best to hold it all together with two small children, and...
For years, we’ve known about the many benefits of living in gratitude—it seems fairly obvious. But why does it work? When I was in college, I had a girlfriend who I worked with that was...
What is grounding anyway? Grounding is simply a way of connecting with the Earth’s energy field. In ancient times, humans were grounded all the time because they didn’t wear...
Plato said “The part can never be well unless the whole is well.” Much of what I talk about regarding health and wellness has its roots in Hawaii’s spiritual system, Huna, as well as other...
Most of us have heard of vision boarding—finding images in magazines, cutting them out and sticking them on a board or canvas. It’s supposed to work some sort of magic in the ether and bring all...

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