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Does Unsweetened Tea Have Sugar?

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Tea is a worldwide phenomenon and has been for hundreds — if not thousands — of years. It takes many different shapes and forms, has many different tastes and smells, and fits into many diverse lifestyles and daily routines. Maybe you’re one of the many people who’s looking to cut out some sugar from your […]

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Is Tea Keto Friendly?

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The low-carb keto diet has become popular in the last few years. Many people trying to lose weight or eat healthier have taken it up. If you’re a tea drinker who is considering eating this way, you may be wondering, is tea keto friendly? Will you have to give up your tea rituals? The keto […]

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The Healthiest Hot Tea You Can Drink

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You’ve probably seen at least one clickbait article advertising some kind of tea as a “miracle cure” or “this one weird trick.” While more often than not, these “miracle cure” claims turn out to be false, tea does seem to have some great benefits. Let’s take a look at the healthiest hot tea. What Is […]

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Herbal Tea List of Herbs and Their Properties

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Herbal tisanes don’t actually contain any camellia sinensis, and so many folks regard them as being not as good. But herbs are amazing in their own right, with each plant having its own special properties and benefits. This herbal tea list will walk you through some of the most commonly-used ingredients and what they’re often […]

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5 Midday Rituals to Help You Find Mindfulness

In the past week, have you ever thought to yourself that life just moves so fast? Or maybe you arrive at your bed ready to collapse for the night and it dawns on you, the last moment you remember being fully present was pouring the milk into your English breakfast a good 16 hours ago? If so, […]

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Rainy Day Journaling Prompts

It’s hard to think of a better pairing than a rainy day and some time reflecting inwardly in your journal. (Ok, maybe chocolate and caramel is an even better pairing, but you get the idea.) Because of that, we thought we’d continue our journaling prompt series by doing a roundup of our favorite rainy day […]

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Snow-Themed Journaling Prompts

In our popular, ongoing series of journaling prompts, I wanted to expand further upon my set of wintertime journaling prompts. The winter season is a wonderful time for inward reflection, especially since the weather anymore seems to deliver stuck-inside-all-day snow days for many of us. So I thought, some snow prompts would be perfect! Pour yourself a cup of […]

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Do you follow and enjoy all the great recipes and mindfulness tips we share here on the Plum Deluxe blog three times per week?  Then please consider supporting us with either a purchase from our online shop, or joining our tea of the month club (gift subscriptions and caffeine-free options available.) Not only do your […]

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Enjoy more mindfulness at your next tea time with these tea-themed journaling prompts.

Tea Themed Journaling Prompts

We know how much you all love our regular posts on journaling prompts, so today we thought we’d share a topic we surprisingly haven’t covered yet: tea-themed journaling prompts. Tea has been a cultural icon for centuries, and it carries with it a legacy that is imbibed with mindfulness, making it the perfect duo for pen […]

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4 Things To Let Go Of in the New Year

The new year brings with it a lot of intentions and resolutions, many things that you want to do/have/experience in the 365 days ahead. I’d like to take a moment to encourage you to spend some time on things you want to stop doing in 2018. I encourage you to use the language of “let go” because what […]

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Sniffle Supporters: The Best Tea to Drink for a Cold

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For those of us who love tea, a hot cuppa on a daily basis is just a part of our routine. But there’s nothing that better unifies the tea lovers with less habitual tea drinkers than feeling under the weather. Something about a case of the sniffles brings out our innate desire for a warm, […]

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How to Find The Little Things That Make Life Easier

As the saying goes, life comes at you fast. Often meant in cliché, I do think there is much truth to it. Our culture emphasizes speed and escalation. Bigger and better. Don’t acknowledge the need for slowing down let alone needing to take a break. Now, I know you know that you can take a break if you need […]

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What to Do When You’re In a Negative Thought Spiral

We’ve all been there: the worries and the concerns and the fears pop up in our mind, and quite easily they can sweep us away like a rising riverbed, flooding our mind and our body with discord and unease. If the evil villain of this story is the negative thought spiral, the superhero that will […]

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How to be More Emotionally, Physically, and Spiritually Flexible

Be more flexible. Loosen up. Don’t take things so seriously. Our cultural vernacular is full of phrases related to being more flexible. And if you haven’t noticed, most modern health theories show a strong correlation between being physically flexible and having good health and longevity. I’m not aware of any research proving this, but I believe […]

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Lessons in Mindfulness that Foraging Taught Me

Several years ago, my fascination with plant life led me to add foraging to my food gathering repertoire. These days, thanks to some herbalism training, I hunt both edible and medicinal plants. At this point, I don’t even realize I’m doing it; my tendency to hit the brakes for plants on the side of the […]

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5 Unconventional Ideas on How to Relax

Everybody loves the idea of some good, old fashioned R&R — rest and relaxation.  But when it comes to actually relaxing, are you… doing something relaxing?  I find that it’s easy to sit and watch TV and work/do “stuff”/scroll social media mindlessly on a tablet, all in the name of relaxation, but honestly that stuff […]

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6 Summertime Journaling Prompts

It’s already a hot start to the summer here at Plum Deluxe HQ, so we wanted to round out our seasonal set of journaling prompts with a thoughtful, inspiring set of summertime-themed journaling prompts. Pour yourself a nice cold glass of iced tea, take a look at our previous journaling prompt tips, and see what […]

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12 Ways to Step Out of Your Comfort Zone

Stepping out of our comfort zones can be downright terrifying, but taking those first steps can lead to amazing new friendships, experiences, and opportunities. All it takes is a bit of planning, a glimmer of inspiration, and a hearty dose of courage. 1. Volunteer at a Festival Helping is a great way to get your […]

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How to Create a Tea Ritual to Practice Presence

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We all need ways to come back to center! For me (and I’m guessing you, too, since you’re reading this), one of my mainstays is the everyday ritual of tea. Anytime I make and settle in with a cuppa, I feel more present. Sometimes, I like to create more space around my tea time and […]

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How to Keep Your Spirits Up & Spot Opportunities When Times are Hard

A few months ago, we talked about what to do if your world feels apocalyptic. But what if things are just difficult, not apocalyptic? How do you keep your spirits up and spot opportunities when times are hard? I’ve owned my own business for almost a decade now, and many of those years were hard […]

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When, Why, and How to Say No

Are you a “people pleaser” or a “yes man” (or yes woman)? Love to say yes to any and every opportunity that comes your way? There’s something  to be said to being open to new things; a lot of wonderful opportunities in my life have come along when I said yes to something that I […]

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Gardening Themed Journaling Prompts

“Mary, Mary, quite contrary. How does your garden grow?” We’ve all heard this little rhyme. But, have you considered the metaphors that gardening provides in life? When we moved recently into our new house, it had a garden and it was the first time I had a garden since I was a child. I started […]

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Be Your Own Valentine (Emotional Self Care, Because You Deserve It)

Valentine’s Day comes around each year with much fanfare — in the typical form of pink and pastel papers, sweet and sugary chocolate treats, flowers and more. Regardless of what you put in the box on Facebook for relationship status, I’d like for you to consider making sure to give yourself some Valentine’s treats this year. […]

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What is Abundance?

When we’ve asked people in the community about their “word of the year,” or when participants of programs like the Have A Plum Year program share their dreams and goals, abundance is a word that shows up early and often.  It’s also a phrase used in many success groups and in spiritual talk. What is abundance, […]

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5 Ways to Turn Over a New Leaf

We recently launched a new year-long experience, Have a Plum Year, where you receive quarterly care packages in the mail customized to suit supporting your goals and dreams. The program was inspired by the idea of turning over a new leaf… and being tea people, we know a lil’ something about leaves!  (This turn of phrase […]

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Why (And How) You Should “Practice Retirement”

While on a recent leadership retreat, I listened to a fellow attendee talk about how he is “practicing for retirement.” We’ve all heard the quotes and thoughts about how you shouldn’t wait until the end of your life to do the things you want to do. But, I’ve never heard retirement framed as a practice. […]

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How the “Yes, And” Improv Technique Can Improve Your Positivity

Previously we have talked about how positively impactful an improv class can be on your emotional health.  Today I’d like to talk about a specific improve technique and how it can improve your positivity.  It’s called “Yes, And.” Here’s how it works:  When on the improv stage, the most important thing is to keep the […]

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How to Wish Good Health with the Right Gift

Sometimes we want to give gifts that encourage healthy living. As Count Rugen so wisely said in The Princess Bride, if you haven’t got your health, you haven’t got anything. Whether they’re planning their country’s 500th anniversary or just want to feel better in the new year, here are some gift ideas for wishing good […]

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3 Things To Do If Your World Feels Apocalyptic

We will all encounter times in our lives when it feels like everything comes crumbling down around us.  Recently, emotions have run high as many of us have been torn apart due to politics and fears of an unknown future. Whether it’s due to a political scenario, natural disaster, or personal crisis, I’d like to […]

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The Kindness of Tea

The Kindness of Tea

Serving tea is serving kindness. Kindness can change the world. You are gifting a moment of peace, reflection, healing, warmth, and care. Your thoughts and intentions go into the leaves as you prepare them, are steeped into the water, and are consumed into the body. Tea is magic, and hope. Tea is love.

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15 Pick-Me-Ups to Boost Your Body, Mind, and Spirit

It doesn’t require a dark night of the soul to have a bit of a rough day — we all have seasonal lows. It’s nothing to be ashamed of; in fact, I want to underscore here immediately that rough days have much to teach us. That’s why we have our practices to help us maintenance […]

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Self Care Journaling Prompts

I’m loving that we’re celebrating self care month here at Plum Deluxe — it’s such an important topic to me, I hope we celebrate it every year! But, sometimes it’s hard to know exactly what self care means to you. You need to uncover what you need, but also get clear on what you want. […]

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How to Find Quiet

Noise. noun: a sound, especially one that is loud or unpleasant or that causes disturbance. Continuous exposure to noise can lead to physiological changes in blood pressure, sleep, digestion, and other stress-related disorders. But, here’s the thing: noise is not just the jackhammer on a construction site (which is, indeed, noisy). Here are some other […]

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4 Ways to Date Yourself

Making time for you is an important practice. Often, we fit everyone else into our crazy schedules, but forget to set aside time for Numero Uno. Allowing yourself to be the priority, and creating space for self-care, re-energizes your mind, body, and spirit. One way to show yourself some love is to have a selfie-date. […]

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Tea Before Bed, and 5 Other Bedtime Rituals for Mindful Sleeping

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Everywhere I turn, I seem to find someone talking about their morning rituals — miracle mornings, mindful mornings, how to be a morning person… the drumbeat of the sunrise power hour is strong! I think mornings are important. But, being happily not a morning person, I am more focused on my bedtime evening rituals. Tea […]

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How Otters Are Living the Good Life. (You Can, Too.)

If you’ve spent any time on Facebook lately, you no doubt at some point encountered the cutest-picture-ever of a pair of otters holding hands while asleep. It’s a real photo — it’s called rafting, a practice which ensures the otter family doesn’t drift apart overnight. If only our world’s problems could be as easily solved […]

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6 Slow Summer Self Care Practices

I do adore summer. I really do. Wearing sandals or being barefoot in the grass, eating outside, the seemingly neverending supply of daylight, bountiful pitchers of iced tea and lemonade… it’s truly dreamy stuff. One would then assume that summer is basically built for self care. And in a way, it is, as we can […]

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Why (And How) You Should Be Keeping a Commonplace Book

Could you imagine a world without books? You might not have to, if the internet information revolution keeps pace. But think back… In the 16th century, knowledge was handed down from elders and apprenticeships. An invention called the printing press appears, and suddenly, the world’s knowledge could be sitting in your house. (Remember the first time that […]

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Maintaining Your Center When You Are Feeling Overwhelmed with Life

It has been widely (and accurately) reported that we live in the most peaceful time period in modern history. But for many of us, life often feels rather unsettled, and frankly, it’s easy to start feeling overwhelmed with life. Unrest seems to be the word that comes to mind — and while there are places […]

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How to Survive a Loved One’s Chronic Illness

We’d only been together for a few years when my husband was diagnosed with a severe case of Crohn’s Disease, an autoimmune condition that affects every day of our lives. It is estimated that up to half the adults living in the United States deal with some form of chronic illness, which means that there […]

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How to Plan an Afternoon Break: It’s Time to Get Away for a Few Hours

This time of year seems to be a time where we long for a vacation to somewhere far, far away, but social and work calendars plus other obligations are blocking the way. Fret not, friend — you can still get away for a few hours, and if you truly plan it right, you can feel refreshed […]

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6 Yoga Poses to Boost Your Immunity

Yoga asana, or postures, carry a tremendous number of benefits, and a gentle practice can help to support the immune system all year long. Yoga stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system and lowers stress hormone levels. It gives a boost to the circulatory and respiratory systems, and supports the lymphatic system to eliminate toxins. All of […]

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How to Bring Celebration into Everyday Life

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New year’s resolutions are notoriously thorny; we make them and break them as if they’re nothing. More often than not, they’re not even representative of what our hearts truly want. What if, instead of making resolutions that feel crummy, we took the time to celebrate? I’m as guilty as anyone of forgetting to pause. I […]

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How to Get Back In Your Flow: A 3 Step Process

Whether it’s the holiday rush, family drama, work travel, or other circumstances, sometimes life knocks us off track. It might show up for you in how you’re eating and drinking, or maybe your sleeping patterns/habits, or it could show up in your work/productivity space. I usually call this “in the flow,” but you might be […]

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Wintertime Journaling Prompts

While there are no rules when it comes to journaling, we couldn’t help but notice how much you enjoyed our previous feature: 4 Writing Prompts to Help You Live the Good Life. So, we’re going to release more writing prompts; like our tea, they’re paired perfectly with the season. Pour yourself a hot cuppa — […]

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6 Self Care Practices for Changing Seasons

That fall to winter space can be tough for me: my Ayurvedic type is vata (ruled by wind and space elements), and I experience seasonal affective disorder. It can be a challenge to move into darker days, colder weather, and the stress of the holidays. These are my very best practices for how I support […]

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6 Ways to Help a Friend Through Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, bringing visibility to the second most common kind of cancer in women. As with many things in life, it’s wise to be prepared — whether that’s having the right kind of protection to talking to your doctor about prevention/early detection. But, life happens. And one thing that we aren’t […]

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HALT In the Name of Self Love: A Guide to Keeping Your Sanity

It’s another busy morning. The kids are fighting in the bathroom, the dog’s scratching at the back door, and the school bus is honking at the curb. After you finally get the big kids out the door to school and buckle the baby into his car seat to head to daycare, you turn the key […]

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5 Creative Ways to Cultivate Gratitude Without a Journal

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Expressing gratitude and cultivating (and investing in) high-quality relationships are two of the best things I have done to create a life that I love. In the moments when I have told people why I am grateful for them, I can see how much those words matter. I believe we should be saying them all […]

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Drink Your Greens: Double Green Tea Smoothie Recipe

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Green smoothies are having something of a moment. There’s a reason why these brightly hued drinks have been dominating your social media feeds: they’re an easy way to increase your intake of green vegetables (and the corresponding nutrients that come with them). Smoothies are easy breakfasts for those of us on the go, and by […]

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Be More Successful by Visualizing Your Previous Triumphs with a “Jar of Success”

When I talked about being more lucky last month, you probably noticed a key component of that exercise was visualizing luck coming into your life.  I’ve got another visual exercise that can help you be more successful, thanks to my friend Kari Chapin. She made for me a ‘jar of success’ and I’ve found it an amazing practice to acknowledge […]

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How to Take a Self Care (“Mental Health”) Day

Sometimes, you just need a break. Some folks call this a “mental health day,” but I like to keep things in a positive light (and out of respect for those who do have legitimate mental health diseases), so let’s rename this concept a self care day. A day dedicated to you. Regardless of what you […]

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3 Meditation Myths Getting In Your Way

I’ve reached the point where if I don’t get my daily meditation routine in, I’m cranky. I don’t feel as grounded or centered the rest of the day. I know that I am in the minority (although you would be surprised at how many CEOs, actors, and famous figures swear by a meditation practice). I […]

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5 Ways to Live Life More Radiantly

The word radiant intrigues me. When I looked it up in the dictionary, here’s the definition: sending out light; shining or glowing brightly. synonyms: shining, bright, illuminated, brilliant, gleaming, glowing, ablaze, luminous, luminescent, lustrous, incandescent, dazzling, shimmering, resplendent Who doesn’t want a little more of that in life?! And if you’re looking for a “word […]

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5 Life Lessons I Learned Watching Robert Irvine on Restaurant Impossible

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You don’t have to turn the television on long before coming across one of the many “fix my business” concept shows. Restaurant Impossible has been one of the recent successful ones, assuming you don’t mind the loud and outrageous personality of the host, Chef Robert Irvine. If you’re not familiar, the concept is simple: failing […]

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Brighten Your Day with a Hibiscus Herbal Tea Smoothie

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I don’t know about you, but sunny days make everything seem better. On days I need a little extra sunshine in my life, I like to whip up a special smoothie with berries, Greek yogurt, and our Sunshine In a Cup hibiscus herbal tea. Shiny, Happy Goodness Okay, what’s so special about this smoothie? Let’s […]

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One Simple Trick to Create More Luck in Your Life

Do you wish you were more lucky? Who doesn’t! Luck (or, synchronicity in some cases) is one of those things that makes life feel easier and makes the path ahead feel smoother. I’m a firm believer that luck requires two ingredients: mindset and elbow grease. You need to put yourself into situations where luck can […]

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Our 3 Favorite FREE Youtube Fitness Channels

About four years ago, I moved into a neighborhood without a local gym, and so I had to learn how to workout at home (that link contains a good primer). While I do sometimes to go to gyms for spin classes or group yoga sessions, I have really found a groove by working out at […]

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Wisdom of Mom: 3 Ways to Show Your Support of Others

One of the greatest gifts my Mom ever gave me was her belief in me.  Regardless of what I was doing or saying at any given moment, she saw my highest, best self.  She was critical for sure –- and never feared telling me the truth — but she made sure I knew that anything […]

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4 Simple Experiments to Help You Be More Comfortable with Change

“Life is change. Growth is optional. Choose wisely.” – Karen Kaiser Clark We are told early and often in our lives that change is constant. Our friends change, our family changes, our living situation changes, the world changes, and even if we don’t acknowledge it right away, we change. But we’re also told that change […]

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How to Invest In Yourself

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There’s a lot of talk lately about investing in yourself. Unfortunately, we almost always seem to obsess focus on the financial act of investment, not the overall concept of investing in yourself. Here’s the definition I use of invest: devote (one’s time, effort, or energy) to a particular undertaking with the expectation of a worthwhile […]

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Spring Cleaning for Body, Mind, and Spirit

When we think about spring cleaning (which can happen any time of year, not just spring), we tend to thing about our homes and offices and those places that we spend our time. But how about the body and brain that we also carry around with us, day in and day out? Our body, mind, […]

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Take Your Time: How to Slow Down and Why You Should

Remember that Alka-Seltzer jingle from the 90s? Nobody likes to eat and run, they’d rather take it slow. But the way this life is going, you got to get your food and go! If all that runnin’ round catches up with you at last, Get yourself some Alka-seltzer and you’ll feel better fast. You have […]

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6 Ways to Practice Fitness for the Soul

If you asked most people why they exercise, they would probably tell you one of two things: either because they have to or because they are training for something. Both of those are perfectly good reasons to exercise. We do need to move our bodies in order to be at our healthiest, and choosing and […]

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The Best Diet You Could Ever Go On

When I get questions from readers who are working through our making moments matter worksheet, my first piece of advice is suggesting people focus on what you can delete from your life that isn’t serving you. And I’ve long noticed a disturbing problem: People are binging on negative news media — and just like junk […]

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How To Make 2015 Your “Richest” Year Yet

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I love life and love living it to the fullest. I want the richest life possible. — Richard Branson We each have an amazing opportunity to make 2015 our “richest” year yet, a life not only filled with monetary abundance, but an abundance of love, joy, laughter, and experiences that allow us — like Sir […]

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Bust Winter With the Balm Squad

Feathery snowflakes, crystalline patterns made by skates upon ice, and white-smothered landscapes that shine in the moonlight — winter is a time of wonder. But it is also a warzone. Dry, cold air that chaps the nose, winds that wind one’s hair into snarls, and moisture-sapping heated air forced through every available vent are this […]

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Best 15-Minute Self-Care Rituals to Get You Through Busy Times

Winter holidays can be one of the busiest, most stressful times of the year as we dash from parties to concerts, family gatherings to nativity pageants. It can be difficult to carve out chunks of time for self-care with so many delightful activities on offer, but self-care need not be lengthy or involved to have […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Mindful Moments and Self-Care

Our founder, Andy Hayes, was recently interviewed on Feel Good and Look Fabulous with Irina, one of the fabulous shows on the Holistic Health Talk Radio for Women. In this episode, Irina and Andy share some practical conversation about Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and how mindfulness can lead to – as the show promises – […]

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Skin So Sweet: Honey Treatments for Your Body

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Hey there, honey. No, not you, silly reader — I’m talking to honey, that delectable and versatile gift from the bees. For so long we’ve been using it in our tea or spreading it on our toast, but there’s even more depth to this sweetie. Here’s why you should drizzle it on your face instead. […]

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Herbal Tea Ingredients that Improve Your Health

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I don’t know about you, but I don’t really like reaching for the pill bottle whenever I don’t feel well; it’s kind of strange to go around heavily medicated, and I often worry about the side effects. Now, I do believe in using medication when I really need it, but with smaller, more common ailments […]

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More Than a Beverage: Taking Your Tea to the Spa

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By now, we’re all pretty familiar with the concept of tea as a healthy beverage — the vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants are well known for their anti-aging properties. Plus, tea tastes so good! But we don’t just want to drink our tea. Oh, no, we want our relationship to go so much deeper than that. […]

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The Road Less Traveled: Why Walking Parties Should Be the New Social Craze

A majority of the working class spends nine and a half hours a day sitting and, sadly, none of them have medical insurance that covers care costs for derriere spread. But you’re in luck because we’ve found the cure! Party your butt off by hosting a walking party! The What and Why Business executives have […]

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Feeling Juicy: A Little Love Affair with Juice Cleansing

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You’ve all heard of juice cleansing by now, yes? I first came across the notion a few years ago when my husband was looking for new ways to heal his gut. Not long afterward, I started hearing about all different juice cleanses from all different sources: entrepreneurs, stay-at-home-moms, office workers — everyone was doing the […]

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Everyday Tea Ceremony: Bringing Mindfulness to Daily Moments

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Mindfulness has been defined as an intentional and non-judgmental focus of one’s attention on the emotions, thoughts, and sensations occurring in the present moment. In other words, it’s a clearing away of distractions so you can refresh yourself both physically and mentally. It can be a huge de-stressor for those who have daily struggles with […]

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8 Ways to Help Your Community While Getting Fit

From helping you lose weight to preventing chronic diseases, getting fit has many benefits. With the right workout, you can extend the benefits beyond yourself to help the greater community. No matter your fitness level or preference, here are eight ways that you can help others while getting fit. Rebuilding Communities – One Home at […]

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