How to be Fit Without Overdoing It, A Guest Post

By Sheila Olsonfitsheila.com How to Be Fit Without Overdoing It Being fit can be hugely beneficial to our lives, but exercise sometimes takes the focus off other aspects of our well-being. This is especially true when we push fitness too hard. Self-care has many forms, so it’s important to find a balance between exercise and […]

Improving Your Sleep – A Guest Post

by Dylan Foster – dylan@healthwellwise.com Sleeping Poorly? Feeling Ill? It May Be Your Mattress If you have been feeling drained, plagued with pains, or find yourself experiencing frequent illness, it may be an unlikely cause. Pinpointing the direct cause of your ills may seem difficult, but it could be simpler than you expect: The culprit just […]

Best Way to Facilitate your Recovery – A Guest Post

Another guest post, this time from Constance Ray of Recoverywell This is the Best Way to Facilitate Your Recovery Recovering from addiction is a lifelong process. It involves behavioral, mental, and physical changes that don’t happen overnight and that require regular management. But, it’s possible to lead a sober life and minimize your chances of relapse; […]

Living with Cancer: A Guest Post by Scott Sanders

Living with Cancer: Self-Care and Spiritual Wellness During This Difficult Time     If you are facing a cancer diagnosis, you want to do everything in your power to improve your chances of getting out alive. We all know the typical avenues available for cancer treatment: surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, immunotherapy, etc. What some people may […]

4 Winter Workout Tips to Keep You Fit, Not Frozen

A guest post by Jason Lewis/Strongwell.org Research suggests the average person gains five to seven pounds each winter. It’s not just the abundance of holiday sweets that contributes to this annual packing on of the pounds. Cold weather and shorter daylight hours often put people into hibernation mode, but humans aren’t bears! There is no need […]

NaNoWriMo and Blogging

Blogging As you may have noticed, I’m an intermittent blogger. But I DO try to bring interesting information to my blogs. Mostly I tweet and post to LinkedIn, Google+ and Facebook. I’m writing today because someone reached out and said: “I enjoy your blogs – who writes them?” O.o Uhm, I do. That’s why they […]

9th November

So there it is, it’s official. The election is behind us and now what. Many are asking themselves that very question right now. Now what? How do I go on? Of course, because we’ve told our news media we want the bad news, we’re already hearing the horror stories of little kids telling their classmates […]

Breakfast Soup

Soup for breakfast only sounds weird until you’ve tried it. Once you see you good you feel with that warm nourishing bellyful, you wont look back. AND it’s so much healthier than those danishes and bagels (no offense to bakers). Start your day off with warm, energy packed food and enjoy your baked goods at […]

A Few Words About Bone Broth

What is bone broth, and why do we eat it? For those of you who’ve come into the office, you may have gotten advice to incorporate bone broth into your diet. It’s not only a fad, we’ve been getting healthy eating bone based soup for generations (chicken soup anyone?). The advantage to making your own […]