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Ways to Enjoy Life More, Right Now

by Jen Bucciarelli

“Enjoyment is an incredible energizer to the human spirit.” —John C. Maxwell Positive mental states like enjoyment have direct effects on our bodies by reducing different damaging processes and protecting overall wellbeing. Here are four quick, accessible and essential avenues… Continue Reading →

Celebrate National Nutrition Month With Migas!

by Jessica Malen

March is National Nutrition Month—and we have a delicious recipe to kick-off the beginning of spring! Celebrating flavors from cultures around the world is a tasty way to nourish ourselves and appreciate our diversity. We are all unique with different… Continue Reading →

Heart Healthy Trail Mix

by Kristy Hegner

Enjoy a Delicious Heart Healthy Trail Mix Check out this month’s featured recipe – a trail mix that has just the right amount of sweetness and is low-sodium, making it a perfect heart-healthy snack!  Serves: 4 Ingredients 1/2 cup unsalted,… Continue Reading →

Poetry in the Park: Experiencing the Arts in Our Natural Environment

by Elia Wilson

If possible, close your eyes and start to breathe slowly for a moment. Continue this breathwork, while you read the guided imagery meditation: You pull your car up to the trailhead, ready to explore an area you have been to… 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 →

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 →

The Last Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe You’ll Ever Need

by Jen Bucciarelli

Have a few extra ripe bananas lying around? Transform them into a batch of chocolate chip cookies with the help of just four other ingredients! These cookies double as a healthy afternoon pick-me-up or as an indulgence-free treat for adults,… Continue Reading →

Myth vs. Fact: COVID-19 Vaccines

by Kristy Hegner

We’re Busting Myths and Revealing Facts About COVID-19 Vaccines! Read on decipher misconceptions surrounding COVID-19 vaccines from the facts. Having accurate information about COVID-19 vaccines is critical to making informed decisions about your health: your most valuable asset! With the… Continue Reading →

Benefits of Trip Planning for Your Mental Health

by Maya Munot

What The Science Behind Trip Planning shows US Planning for travel — thinking about it, talking about it, and imagining it can make you happy, even if you’re not sure when that adventure will be, according to researchers. “This virus… Continue Reading →

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