wellness Articles
Seven Things to Love About Spring
Tuesday, March 15th, 2016 by Lynn Jaffee
Its spring here in the north country. The ice has melted off the lakes, birds are singing again, and tiny green things are sprouting out of the ground. We Minnesotans are a hearty group. As soon as the mercury inches above freezing, there are hoards of people out in their shorts ... Read more
Are Energy Drinks Bad For Your Health?
Saturday, March 5th, 2016 by mike
Are Energy Drinks Bad For You Over the past few years the number of companies that have entered the energy drink market has skyrocketed but are energy drinks bad for you These drinks seem to be all the rage, especially with the younger crowd, as they have outrageous claims of unl... Read more
The Nature of Flow
Monday, February 29th, 2016 by Lynn Jaffee
About three years ago my husband and I moved to a small townhome in the woods. The best part of where I live is that there is a small creek that I cross every day coming and going from home. The creek snakes through the woods, reflects the sun in the morning, and changes its pers... Read more
Are You Missing Out On The Benefits of Spinning?
Sunday, February 14th, 2016 by mike
The Benefits of Spinning Spinning classes have become one of the most popular classes around, so if you havent tried one yet then it is time for you to start getting the benefits of spinning. Even if you do just one spinning workout a week you can still improve your cardiovascula... Read more
Understanding Dampness in Chinese Medicine
Wednesday, February 10th, 2016 by Lynn Jaffee
When I was about five years old I fell into a swimming pool in late November. I lived in New England, and at that time of year the leaves had fallen off the trees and the ground was frozen. Winter was just around the corner, but it was not yet bitterly cold. I had my snowsuit and... Read more
Breville Compact Juicer: Breville BJE200 XL Juicer Review
Friday, February 5th, 2016 by mike
Breville Compact Juicer Review The Breville BJE200 XL is a heavy duty and compact juice fountain with a centered knife blade assembly. The Breville bje200 will make for a beautiful, high quality addition to your kitchen and just might be that piece of hardware that can have you e... Read more
Gym Etiquette: Are You Guilty of These When Going To The Gym?
Sunday, January 24th, 2016 by mike
Have Gym Etiquette And Avoid These Gym Pet Peeves Gym etiquette, is the unwritten rules that most people who have been working out for some time will learn to follow in the gym. If you are someone who is guilty of some of these gym pet peeves then I can bet that either you you Mo... Read more
Help for High Blood Pressure in a Cup of Tea
Monday, January 18th, 2016 by Lynn Jaffee
Many years ago I lived in Boulder Colorado. I was in my twenties, and had simply packed up my car and drove from my childhood home in New England to lovely Boulder. Nestled snug against the Rockies, Boulder back then was a town full of fresh ideas, world-class athletes, college k... Read more
Flat Stomach Tips: Top 10 Food and Drinks To Avoid
Thursday, December 31st, 2015 by mike
Flat Stomach Tips Todays post I am going to get you back to the foundation of getting a leaner stomach with these flat stomach tips. The problem most people have in trying to get a flatter stomach is that their main focus is spending hours in the gym and not really being mindful ... Read more
The Power of Small Changes
Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 by Lynn Jaffee
I am a gardening geek. I love to get outside in the spring to see what plants are peeking through the wet, still-frozen ground. To me, there is nothing better than seeing a new flower on a carefully-tended plant or a vegetable ripe for the picking in my community garden. With I m... Read more
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