Simple Boundaries for Being Truer to Yourself to Support Mental Wellbeing

by Jen Wynn

Being true to ourselves is a tremendous avenue for supporting mental wellbeing and our personal ability to thrive. Like many other practices, it’s a lifelong journey that’s ever-evolving with the lessons we learn over the years — and we can… Continue Reading →

Natural Strategies to Reenergize Your Day

by Jessica Malen

Fueling Your Body for Energy Ditch the Processed Pantry Raiders: Swap sugary cereals, refined carbohydrates like white bread, and processed snacks for nutrient-rich whole foods. These provide sustained energy by releasing glucose slowly and keeping blood sugar levels stable. Choose whole… Continue Reading →

Simple Spring Orange Buttermilk Cupcakes

by Kelsi Karpinski

Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes (plus cooling) Total Time: 1 hour Serves: 9 Ingredients 3 tablespoons butter, salted 1/3 cup packed brown sugar ¼ cup sugar blend 1 teaspoon grated orange zest 1 large egg, room temperature… Continue Reading →

Staying Safe in the Garden This Spring

by Kelsi Karpinski

Spring has sprung. With sunnier skies and warmer weather ahead, many of us might be eager to return to a beloved seasonal hobby: gardening. As exciting as it is to begin planting and growing again, working in the garden can… Continue Reading →

Crescent Roll Veggie Pizza

by Kristy Hegner

Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Serves: 32 pieces Ingredients 8 ounces reduced-fat cream cheese, softened ½ cup plain nonfat Greek yogurt ½ cup light mayonnaise 1 package powdered Ranch dressing mix (1 ounce)… Continue Reading →

Cultivate Your Own Round, Pizza-Pie Garden This Season

by Jen Wynn

Yes, it will look like a giant pizza growing in your yard. Spend this summer tending a six-foot-wide, round garden resembling a pizza-pie — that’s grand enough to feed a belly-rumbling giant! VISUALIZE: Planning for your pizza-shaped garden can be… Continue Reading →

2024 National Nutrition Month®: Beyond the Plate

by Kristy Hegner

Eating is multifaceted and involves much more than we may think about on a daily basis. This year, National Nutrition Month is focusing on Beyond the Plate, to help us not only think about the foods we eat, but also… Continue Reading →

Try the RAIN Meditation Method for Self-Compassion to Blossom This Spring

by Jen Wynn

Work toward becoming your own best friend and being truer to yourself. Try RAIN meditation when challenging emotions arise. Meet your doubts and fears with a healing presence, offering the comforting embrace of compassion, much like you would for a… Continue Reading →

Fresh Spring Pasta Primavera

by Kelsi Karpinski

Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 40 minutes Serves: 2 Ingredients 2 cups whole-grain penne pasta ½ cup sliced onion ½ cup julienned green or sweet red pepper 2 teaspoons olive oil ½ cup sliced zucchini… Continue Reading →

Coping Strategies for American Heart Month

by Kelsi Karpinski

Heart disease is one of the biggest health concerns we will face in our lifetime. In 2021, one in five deaths in America were the result of heart disease. It also presents an especially difficult problem because it often develops… Continue Reading →

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