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Habit Formation and Lifelong Self-Care Success

by Jen Bucciarelli

Are You a “Habiter” or an “Unhabiter?” What is a habit? Are you what Michelle Segar, a University of Michigan researcher and long-time health coach, calls a “habiter” or “unhabiter?” Read on to discover why it matters for long-term self-care… Continue Reading →

Snackable Creamy Edamame and Pea Hummus

by Kelsi Karpinski

Make the Perfect Picnic Snack! Summertime calls for picnics, and every picnic deserves a great snack that you can easily bring along on your journey. Read on for the perfect picnic-ready edamame and pea hummus recipe. Just try to leave… Continue Reading →

Protecting Our Planet

by Kelsi Karpinski

World Environment Day is the largest International Day of Celebration and advocacy for the environment. Taking place on June 5, it is an opportunity to take a closer look at environmental impact across the planet. This year is the 50th… Continue Reading →

Stay Safe and Avoid Injuries This Summer

by Kristy Hegner

National Safety Month is recognized every June as a time to bring awareness and education about the various ways to stay safe at home, the workplace and in your community. This June we’re going to discuss ways to stay safe… Continue Reading →

One-Pot Smokey Camp Chili and Cornbread

by Jen Bucciarelli

Celebrate National Great Outdoors Month With This Easy Campfire Recipe! What is camping without a hearty helping of chili, especially after a fun-filled day of outdoor activities – no matter the season! Check out our new recipe below for the… Continue Reading →

Quinoa Carrot Almond Salad With Apple Cider Vinaigrette

by Jessica Malen

Celebrate National Salad Month with our delicious, fresh featured recipe! This crunchy, nutty quinoa salad with carrots, almonds, cilantro and apple cider vinaigrette can be premade and brought as a side dish – great for picnics! – or enjoyed as… Continue Reading →

Women’s Health and Why It’s Essential

by Kelsi Karpinski

Regular checkups are an important part of maintaining health and wellness. This month, the medical community focuses on why they are especially important for women. Checking In on the Women In Your Life May 9 is National Women’s Checkup Day,… Continue Reading →

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 →

20-Minute Mexican Chicken Burrito Recipe

by Kristy Hegner

Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Servings: 4 burritos Ingredients 4 large whole-wheat tortillas 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breast, chopped into bite-size pieces 1 (15-ounce) can black beans, drained and rinsed 1/2 medium… Continue Reading →

Taking Control of Stress

by Kelsi Karpinski

Since 1992, April has been recognized as Stress Awareness Month. Stress is something that everyone experiences to varying degrees, which is why this month is extremely important. Stress can have debilitating effects on both lifestyle and physical health, so understanding… Continue Reading →

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