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How to Deal With Depression in a Spouse

By | March 27, 2014

  Depression is a serious condition that affects many people in the United States, but the condition doesn’t just affect the depressed spouse. Depression also creates a burden on the non-depressed spouse who may feel lonely, stressed or overwhelmed by their partner’s behavior. Undiagnosed depression can be particularly harmful to a marriage as the depressed Read More

Do you have a toxic couch?

By | March 18, 2014

By Robyn, Contributing Writer When I moved into my husband’s house I always looked forward to the time we could furnish the basement to have a fun living space for entertaining.  Towards the end of last year we were finally ready and excitedly headed to our local furniture store to pick out all the goodies.  Read More

Is Stress A State Of Mind?

By | February 27, 2014

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Paisley Hansen. The yearly TED conference is known for its thought-provoking presentations, and this year’s talk by Kelly McGonigal was no exception. According to McGonigal, stress is only bad for us if we think it is. And reaching out to help others, along with seeking comfort from other Read More

Part 2: Garden or Lab?

By | February 3, 2014

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Molly of Bloom Naturals. Molly is a wife, homeschooling mother of 4 boys, lover of Jesus, who enjoys learning about healthy things. You won’t find her reading NY bestsellers but rather books on food, things that affect the skin, raising sons, and the things of God to whom Read More

Was Your Skin Care Grown in a Garden or Lab?

By | January 31, 2014

 Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Molly of Bloom Naturals. Molly is a wife, homeschooling mother of 4 boys, lover of Jesus, who enjoys learning about healthy things. You won’t find her reading NY bestsellers but rather books on food, things that affect the skin, raising sons, and the things of God to whom Read More

Cleaning Without Chemicals: Quick, Easy, & Cost-Effective!

By | January 14, 2014

**(This is not a sponsored post. I just love these products and want to share them with you all! This post does contain affiliate links.) When I first started out on my “natural” journey the first thing I changed (before even changing food!) was house cleaners. I knew this was an easy, gradual change that Read More

The Unconventional {Back to School} Preventative Health Measure

By | August 20, 2013

By Megan Ciampa, Contributing Writer Chiropractic Care: The Unconventional {Back-to-School} Preventative Health Measure It’s back to school time and whether you have children in a physical school setting or not, chances are germs are going to be flying around.  School hasn’t even officially started in my region yet, but viruses are already making their way through Read More

4 Ways to Mindfully Unplug

By | July 20, 2013

By Megan Ciampa, Contributing Writer Advances in technology are all about helping us, are they not? About streamlining our lives, making it easier to get more done and in a quicker fashion to boot? Without a doubt, changes in technology over the last 10 years have drastically changed how we go about our daily business Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: The Importance of Slowing Down

By | July 8, 2013

I’m writing this post not only for all of you, but also for me.  So I hope I’m listening. Sometimes, we move too fast.  We do too much.  We try to cram just a little bit more into an already packed day.  We stress ourselves out trying do, be, and have everything. For what?  We Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: Is Having a Doctor Worth It? and Tests To Ask For

By | June 3, 2013

Image by Life Mental Health Awhile ago, we took our kids to meet a new doctor.  (See, I’m not anti-medicine or anti-doctor.)  Was it worth it?  Will we take them back?  Why did we take them at all? Who’s curious about the answers to these questions? Why Go to the Doctor? I am not a Read More

7 Tips for Honestly Evaluating Your Goals

By | January 25, 2013

Image by mikebaird Daily Tip: If something “sometimes” works for you, give it a good three weeks before calling it quits or switching to something else.  It may just be the difficulty of learning a new habit. We’re getting towards the end of our challenge.  That means it’s time to evaluate: what is working for you, Read More

Welcome to 31 Days of Better Health and Wellness Challenge!

By | January 1, 2013

This is it!  2013 has arrived, and it’s time for our “31 Days to Better Health and Wellness Challenge!” I’m very excited to begin, and I hope that all of you are too.  I love to set goals in the new year.  Of course, you can set goals any time (and should!) but there’s just Read More

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