Vote for Elizabeth to Become the Next Weleda Global Garden Blogger & Creative Artist

Dear Friends, Hope you are having a lovely summer. I have applied for the Weleda Global Garden Contest and hoping you can take a moment to vote for me? Weleda is a holistic German product line and is looking for a blogger and creative artist to explore their meadows, gardens and farms located around the world. […]

6 Mental Fitness Exercises to Boost Creativity

Author: Larry Mager Some people ooze creativity; it’s like a gift. For most people, however, creativity can be a challenge. Especially if we have too much stress, a looming deadline, or just too much to do. Sometimes being creative takes extra work, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. Quite often it only takes a […]

Spotting the Signs: Are You Unintentionally Propagating Mental Health Stigmas

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, one in five adults in the United States deals with some form of mental illness in any given year; one in 25 suffers from a serious condition that significantly debilitates their lives. Among the youth, one in five experiences a serious mental disorder at some point; among […]

ACE Fitness: The Pilates Ball Core-Strengthening Workout

The pilates ball is an effective training tool because it promotes core stabilization by adding resistance, which forces exercisers to activate their pelvic floor muscles. Additionally, the ball acts as an unstable surface, which promotes deeper core stabilization. The following exercises require activating, or “hollowing out,” the pelvic floor. The feeling is similar to a […]

4 Ways to Break Into Your Creativity

4 Ways to Break Into Your Creativity Written by Guest Freelance Writer: Larry Mager Photo credit: mcredifine It’s easy to forget how often we use creative thinking in our daily lives. It might be coming up with a unique business strategy, planning an event, creating a piece of art from scratch, or even figuring out what […]

How to Promote Fitness Among Seniors

How to Promote Fitness Among Seniors   Contribution from Freelance Writer Sally Writes Seniors represent 14.5% of the US population according to the Census Bureau. This means that the number of elderly people, 65 years or older stands at 46.5 million based on the 2014 statistics. Aging has many repercussions including declining mental and physical functioning.  […]

Join Me Feb. 3rd at 1pm PST for the Adapting to Changes on the Exploring Awesome podcast with host Jim Kellner

  Hello Dear Friends, How is life? On an individual and collective level, we are entering a new dynamic. Things are shifting and changing, and it seems to be happening at the speed of light. Things that are happening now are happening for a reason. Some claim it’s for all of us to purge our […]

Join the 12 Days of Resolutions at Mindbodysoul-food.com

We all have goals, dreams and aspirations. Growing up, I used to make resolutions every year. And then somewhere in my twenties, I stopped. I thought resolutions were stupid and just another failed attempt to lose weight or try to fit in another pair of jeans. I realized that many common resolutions are attached to […]

Yoga for Neck and Back Relief

American Council on Exercise Fit Life Yoga for Neck and Back Relief September 25, 2014 An astonishing 80 percent of Americans—men and women of all ages—suffer from back pain. There are numerous reasons people experience acute and chronic back pain, including poor posture, injury, excess weight and structural deformities, such as scoliosis. Not surprisingly, lifestyle […]

6 Methods Ancient People Used to Keep Positive Energy Flowing

6 Methods Ancient People Used to Keep Positive Energy Flowing Believe it or not, ancient methods are still popular with modern living especially when it comes to space clearing. Keep positive energy flowing throughout the home, and your bedroom, with certain tools and techniques, some of which are thousands of years old. Positive energy lifts […]