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The body wasn’t designed to sit around all day. It was designed to move, and to keep moving. So, as I was looking around for additional ways to sneak in exercise, I stumbled upon a really cool smart phone app … Continue reading
I have a passion for eating whole, and for eating food and not the food products that big box retailers and supermarkets would have us believe is “food”. I subscribe to Mother Earth Living and found this article about the Top … Continue reading
When you look up into the night sky, what do you see? Smog? Eerie light reflecting off clouds? City skylines? A handful of stars? Or not as many stars as you used to? Oh. Better yet. Do you even look … Continue reading
You know, so much of our life is managed by how much we do and by counting exactly what we’re doing. Like, how many calories we eat. How much time we have to cook something in the microwave. How long … Continue reading