Why Taking a “Mental Vacation” Is So Important and How to Do That

by Maya Munot

Are You Taking a “Mental Vacation” Each Day? Whether your answer is yes or no to the question above, we encourage you to check out this article. You’ll learn about the importance of taking a mental vacation as well as… Continue Reading →

10 Car Winter Emergency Essential Tips To Stay Safe This Winter

by Jen Bucciarelli

Winter Safety Car Essentials Everyone Should Have Check out this article for expert tips and survival items everyone should have on hand to be prepared for car emergencies, especially during freezing temps through the winter! No one wants to think… Continue Reading →

One-Pot Mediterranean Vegan Paella

by Jessica Malen

Warm Up With This Delicious Dish! Craving a holiday in the Mediterranean to get a break from the winter cold? When traveling isn’t an option, bring delicious warming spices into your kitchen with our easy, one-pot vegan paella! Serves: 4… Continue Reading →

Baked Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal

by Kristy Hegner

Savor Your Morning Breakfast With a Make-Ahead Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal Recipe! Cozy up this winter with a warm bowl of oats made with wholesome ingredients and tasty holiday flavors. Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 35 minutes Total Time: 40… Continue Reading →

How Much Caffeine Is Too Much?

by Jen Bucciarelli

Caffeine: How Much Is Too Much? It doesn’t matter if a blizzard is whirling around outside, some coffee fans will brave the storm to buy their favorite caffeinated beverage – even an iced frappe in the middle of winter! The… Continue Reading →

Tips To Reduce SAD This Winter

by Jessica Malen

Seasonal Affective Disorder—or SAD—is a type of depression typically found in northern climates and affects approximately half a million Americans each year with three out of four being women. The season for SAD is September to April with the worst… Continue Reading →

Maple Roasted Butternut Squash

by Kristy Hegner

Serve up a unique twist to an ages-old seasonal veggie for your holiday meal with this month’s featured recipe: maple roasted winter squash side dish. It’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser! Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 35 minutes Total… Continue Reading →

Healthy Minds: Preventing the Onset of Dementia

by Jessica Malen

Ordinarily considered a disease for older people, Alzheimer’s disease can also affect adults as young as age 30, although less common. When the disease affects anyone before the age of 65, this is known as early-onset Alzheimer’s. If you’re surprised,… Continue Reading →

Exploring Single-Move Exercises for Mental Resiliency

by Jen Bucciarelli

When is the last time you did anything over and over for 60 minutes without reprieve? If that sounds vaguely like wartime torture, you’re not wrong in your thinking. But what many have found to be wildly helpful is repetitive… Continue Reading →

Prescribed Creativity

by Elia Wilson

There are many moments in life when we seek restoration and mental clarity. Regularly finding outlets that encourage us to simply step away from daily routines allows us to reflect and de-stress. When we reduce stress, we reduce health risks…. Continue Reading →

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