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  • Healing Routine for Ultra Dry Faces
    June 13, 2020 Ariana Watson

    Healing Routine for Ultra Dry Faces

    Our faces take on a lot every day, and our skin routines should support our natural oil production to ensure our skin doesn’t get overly dry. Try these tips to heal ultra dry face skin, no matter the season or...

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  • Safe Cleaning Solutions Amidst a Global Pandemic
    March 12, 2020 Tykena Dempsey

    Safe Cleaning Solutions Amidst a Global Pandemic

    Due to increased public concern for COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and other easily transferrable illnesses, as well as being in the height of flu season, cleaning supplies have been flying off the shelves left and right. While it’s incredibly important to keep...

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  • The Healing Madness of Sleep: An Exploration
    May 16, 2019 Tykena Dempsey

    The Healing Madness of Sleep: An Exploration

    BY SHERIKA TENAYA It’s no secret that sleep is important. And yet, these days, it feels as though we need to strategize our sleep. With the constant bombardment of electric lights, televisions, computers, tablets and smartphones - it comes as no...

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  • Space Making Manifesto
    March 6, 2017 Ben Jacobsen

    Space Making Manifesto

    By: Sherika Tenaya In one of our earlier blogs, we discussed the importance of making space in one’s life as a necessary prerequisite to creating true, lasting, sustainable change that can realistically be integrated into one’s lifestyle. Yet this idea...

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  • Learn New Things for a Better Brain
    February 17, 2017 Ben Jacobsen

    Learn New Things for a Better Brain

    From a very young age, precipitated by our entry into school, we condition ourselves to a life of sameness. Whether you are at school or at work, we learn to live our lives by habituated scheduling which we rarely deviate from and which often lulls us into a feeling of security or comfortability.
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  • Breath of Serenity
    January 20, 2017 Ben Jacobsen

    Breath of Serenity

    By: Sherika Martinez For many people, this time of year can be one of the most challenging, and not without reason. Some may be susceptible to seasonal moody blues, brought on by seemingly endless days of dreary gray skies, slushy...

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  • The Secret Spice of Life
    December 20, 2016 Ben Jacobsen

    The Secret Spice of Life

    Unbeknownst to me, that insidious heat I was experiencing was actually prompting my body to release endorphins, a chemical released by the body in response to pain, or in this case, exaggerated heat, which the body perceives as one and the same. It is this rush of endorphins that actually makes capsaicin a viable and proven treatment for pain, whether neuropathic in nature or more focal pain, such as arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions.
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  • The Sweetest Way to Stay Healthy this Holiday Season
    December 15, 2016 Ben Jacobsen

    The Sweetest Way to Stay Healthy this Holiday Season

    by: Sherika Tenaya I still remember my barely concealed skepticism when I first saw Elderberry syrup, with its viscous, delicious-looking, dark purple syrup pouring forth from a small, glass bottle onto the silver teaspoon we always use for medicines.  ...

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