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During the pandemic, eating in was the new eating out in terms of popularity. We saw stores sell out of basic staples, which otherwise sat for so long, they eventually needed to be tossed out. You also cooked so much that you discovered you really do like cooking healthy meals

The summer season presents the opportunity to get outside and get active. However, many people aren’t sure what the best ways to stay healthy while being outdoors are. Thankfully, there is no shortage of great and creative ideas for families. Here are the top five ways you can help keep

Meditation is a method of training the mind, similar to how fitness is a method of training the body. Meditation is a technique for gaining control of the mind, making it more tranquil and concentrated, and making the meditator more conscious. Meditation’s goal is to stop the mind from racing

Your planner and diary are probably jam-packed full of engagements from work to child care; however, there is perhaps limited time dedicated for yourself within this busy schedule. Everyone needs to make time for themselves amidst the list of responsibilities that full-time life piles on. You need time to reflect,

Joining a mental support group can help you through difficult situations. They can also give you friends and support when you need it the most. Sometimes just listening to other people can help you through your circumstances and inspire you to continue moving forward.  Easier than ever before  Joining a

Determining liability (or fault) in a car accident isn’t as easy as pointing to the car with the most amount of visible damage. While sometimes the blame is clear, other times it comes down to who filed a claim for damages or which of the drivers was proven negligent in

When you run a business with employees, having to worry about a work injury is inevitable. This is why some jobs such as service gas lining or installing natural gas appliances require training before you can be certified to do them. Employment can be dangerous. This is why workers compensation

The word “baker acting” is often used in all the United States regions when a person is involuntarily brought to a mental facility when authorities conclude they have a mental illness because of their actions. However, the Baker Act law is a statute found only in Florida under the 1971

Meir Schneider, Ph.D, LMT, is an international author, health educator, pioneer therapist and founder of the San Francisco-based non-profit School for Self-Healing. His publications include The Natural Vision Improvement Kit, Movement for Self-Healing, Vision for Life and Awakening the Power of Self-Healing. On May 14 & 15,  Schneider will teach workshops

Many people don’t realize (or don’t even consider) that hiking is beneficial in many ways. Hiking has mental and physical advantages to enjoy — and it’s usually free of charge. As they say, the best things in life are free — and this sentiment definitely applies to hiking. But why