Guest Blogpost: Self-Limiting Beliefs, by Mary Carlomagno

Today’s guest post comes from the fabulous Mary Carlomagno, author of several non-fiction—and now fiction—books. I am so grateful for Mary’s inspirational look at the fears that keep us stuck. Thank you, Mary!   Self-Limiting Beliefs For years, I was afraid to write fiction, letting my insecurity about writing the perfect novel paralyze my efforts. One day while scrolling through

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Guest Blogpost: Reclaiming The Body’s Wisdom in Exercise, by Jean Vitrano

Today’s guest blog is from the gifted Jean Vitrano, LMT. I feel so blessed that Jean is sharing her story of love, wisdom, running, and training, with us! Thank you, Jean!   Reclaiming The Body’s Wisdom In Exercise by Jean Vitrano The first half of my adult life was spent engrossed in the realm of the physical. As a choreographer

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Hi, Healthy! I Am Looking for Guest Bloggers! Are You Interested?

Do you enjoy writing about healthy food? Self-care? Spirituality? Some type of wellness care (chiropractic, acupuncture, yoga, pilates, aromatherapy, etc.)? Caring for aging parents or your children? Supplements? Fitness? Another topic related to wellness and self-esteem? Have a first person story to share? Or something else health-related you’d like to explore? Maybe you’ve posted a kick-ass article on your own

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The Pizza Diet: Yes, it is a thing.

Pizza is one of the world’s most craved comfort foods. With its wheaty, carby base, savory sauce, and dairy-heavy cheese topping, pizza is a common binge food—something few people can stop eating once they start. (Some of the strongest cravings humans have are for foods that contain wheat and dairy.) Unfortunately, pizza is high in carbohydrates, calories and fat— meaning that

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Jackfruit: The rockstar no-soy stand-in for meat, poultry and fish

If you’re trying to cut down (or remove) animal protein and want to avoid soy-based meat analogs, you’ve got to check out jackfruit. What is jackfruit? It is a tropical, tree-based fruit. When eaten young—before it is fully mature—it makes a fantastic stand-in for meat, poultry and fish, readily taking on any seasoning you want to toss at it. Jackfruit

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3 Tips For Choosing Root Vegetables

Compared to leafy greens and other above-ground veggies, root vegetables can hang around for a long time without becoming limp, slimy or moldy. Also unlike surface-dwelling vegetables, roots don’t lose nutrients when exposed to air for long periods. These two options—plus roots’ low price, high nutrient content and versatility— are reason enough to add carrots, sweet potatoes, radishes, jicama, and

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