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  • Health and Wellness

    How To Eat Healthy On Vacation Without Fearing Your Food

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    Traveling is such an exciting opportunity to see the world. Whether you’re traveling in a car, RV, train, or plane, there’s something special about packing up and getting out of town. That same feeling of excitement can turn to panic when you’re striving for healthier lifestyle goals, yet others traveling with you aren’t quite on the same page. Don’t let the fear of food failure impose on the fun of your trip. In this blog post, we’ll start by planning…

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    [Testimonial]: It’s More Than Just Food- Insights and Discoveries Halfway Through the Whole30

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    Author: Andrea Frey, MMS PA-C Fifteen days ago I started The Whole 30. I thought about writing a post about it ahead of time to get fired up and motivated for the 30 days to come, but I didn’t. Why? Because I thought I would fail. And I didn’t want to have a reminder of my failure splashed all about. Wow, what a terrible attitude to have, isn’t it?! But maybe you can relate. This wouldn’t be the first time…

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  • Self - Improvement

    Living The Life You Choose To Live

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    In sharing a stressful story with my fiancé one day, he said something to me that was so simple and dead on, it lurched me quiet. I was all sorts of stressed out and worked up in the heat of my story-telling. You know how those narrations can go: you’re in the driver’s seat of a sports car, emotions blaring with the volume cranked way up, words swerving around each other left and right, and the act of listening…well, crank…

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    [Testimonial]: Habit Formation And Mindfulness- Finding The Middle Ground

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    Author: fellow Healthy Habiteer What is Mindfulness? Let me first reassure you that I don’t know the answer to this question. If I learned anything from three years of teaching English as a second language it is that words mean whatever we think they mean. A phrase could mean one thing to the person saying it and something completely different to the person listening. If you disagree, just think back to the last miscommunication you had with someone via text…

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