Health & Wellness

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Health & Wellness
Raisa Tolchinsky

Indigenous Community Organizations To Get Involved with

Check out this list of amazing indigenous organizations to get involved with and donate to this November, which is recognized as Indigenous People’s Month.* On Dec. 14, 1915, Red Fox James, a Blackfoot Native American presented at the White House endorsements from 24 state governments for a day to honor indigenous communities. But the federal

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daylight savings
Health & Wellness
Val Elkhorn

Understanding Daylight Savings Time

As the clock strikes midnight, we are plunged into darkness once again as Daylight Savings Time takes hold. The winter months ahead for those of us in the Northern hemisphere seem even more daunting as sunlight wanes and the night closes in. To better understand how we can thrive in this dark period, it is

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Health & Wellness
The Alchemist's Kitchen

Introducing: Plant Alchemy Rose Bud CBD Hydrating Facial Toner Spray

As the days grow shorter and colder, it’s the perfect time to revamp your skincare routine! As writer Faye Sakellardis wrote so aptly in an earlier article, “The rose is widely recognized as the inimitable symbol of beauty and love. Its lush petals, majestic arrangement and vivid colors, particularly the classic red rose, evoke sensuality and

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Recent Knowledge

Raisa Tolchinsky

Indigenous Community Organizations To Get Involved with

Check out this list of amazing indigenous organizations to get involved with and donate to this November, which is recognized as Indigenous People’s Month.* On Dec. 14, 1915, Red Fox James, a Blackfoot Native American presented at the White House endorsements from 24 state governments for a day to honor indigenous communities. But the federal

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daylight savings
Val Elkhorn

Understanding Daylight Savings Time

As the clock strikes midnight, we are plunged into darkness once again as Daylight Savings Time takes hold. The winter months ahead for those of us in the Northern hemisphere seem even more daunting as sunlight wanes and the night closes in. To better understand how we can thrive in this dark period, it is

Read More »
The Alchemist's Kitchen

Introducing: Plant Alchemy Rose Bud CBD Hydrating Facial Toner Spray

As the days grow shorter and colder, it’s the perfect time to revamp your skincare routine! As writer Faye Sakellardis wrote so aptly in an earlier article, “The rose is widely recognized as the inimitable symbol of beauty and love. Its lush petals, majestic arrangement and vivid colors, particularly the classic red rose, evoke sensuality and

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Sound Healing
Kaycee Mitchell

An Introduction to Sound Healing Methods

What is Sound Healing? Sound healing forms of therapy aim to improve your physical, emotional, and spiritual health utilizing music and the vibrations of sound.  Research shows sound therapy and vibrational therapy can produce vibrations to improve brain waves. Trained sound healing practitioners guide a person seeking treatment through a variety of aspects that could

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indigenous people's day
Christian Ianniello

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day with Linda Black Elk

It’s that time of year again, where the season changes from a summer ripe with energy to fall—a rebirth, coming down from that high to prepare for the inward silence of winter. The mainstream holidays are brought to the forefront of our minds, reminding us to give thanks, be grateful, give back. Whether the message

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Raisa Tolchinsky

Essential Oils for Autumn

As we head towards the middle of autumn and straight into winter, the word that keeps coming to mind is hearth. Hearth as in home, as in making a space for yourself that you can retreat to. When the weather gets colder, I make sure to take the time to do a deep clean, get

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