It was 13 degrees when I woke up the other morning in Princeton, New Jersey. While dining out for lunch, I was offered iced water. Nothing unusual, right? Research suggests that this simple custom may have a significant impact on your gut. Here's the low down on how cold drinks affect your digestion.
Wellness oriented gifts are perfect for the intentional host who is all about that holistic lifestyle, loves self-care, and supports local businesses with eco-friendly business practices. Who doesn't love receiving a unique, handmade gift that has minimal negative impact on our environment? I've compiled a few of my favorite products, goods, and services that are geared towards making your internal and external environment feel equally supported and nourished. These thoughtful gifts are sure to bring balance for the mind, body, and spirit.
If you’re an entrepreneur, businesswoman, mother, or all around boss woman- you know that one of the greatest keys to success lies in productivity. Being a solo entrepreneur myself, I’m consistently learning and streamlining systems to make life easier. Getting work done effectively makes more room for nourishing relationships, prioritizing self care, and honoring boundaries that support well-being and enjoyment of life.
By Samantha Kent
Do you struggle to sleep at night? In the United States, 35 percent of adults don't get the recommended seven hours of sleep each night.
Inadequate sleep can lead to mental and physical health issues. People who sleep less than seven hours per day on a regular basis are at a greater risk of developing obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, and frequent mental distress. Those who sleep a sufficient amount may be at lower risk for these diseases.
Stress, sleep disorders, medical conditions, and bad sleep habits can cause sleep loss. However, simple lifestyle changes and alternative treatment may be enough to put your sleep habits back on track and improve your overall health.
The weeks leading up to the Arizona desert bloom bring beauty all over the Valley. For many of us, these warmer temperatures also bring annoying guests; seasonal allergies. Pollen counts in Phoenix are at an all time high and reports will tell you that people with seasonal allergy symptoms won't be catching a break for a while. I'm here to share some advice on natural remedies to tame that runny nose and watery eyes this spring.