Being Resilient by Dr. Raynette C. Ilg N.D.

As the seasons change and we head into the last quarter of the year, which is by some perspectives the prettiest and most celebrated times, I begin to reflect. During this memory I’m reminded of the books I’ve read over this summer and the impacts they have had in many areas of my life. You…

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Getting back to it …Socialization

I want to talk about “getting back to it” because that’s been the theme of the month for August. I know a lot of us are concerned about being back in socializing situations and how we should behave and what we should be doing. Now we’re finding there’s a lot of conflicting information out there…

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7 Tips for Changes in Your Schedule

Hi, how are you? It’s been a wild past couple of weeks, hasn’t it?! I know it’s been difficult for a lot of us to adjust to being home AND having everyone else home, too, and in your space. We’ve instilled some changes in our home during this time and since we’ve implemented them, things…

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It’s not easy being green … Or is it?

Foods are amazing. They not only assist with our hunger and our desires for flavor, but they offer many health benefits that can proactively aid in healing. Enter the humble celery stalk … Gone are the days of celery taking a back seat in the veggie-sphere. It’s actually earned a “functional food” title. But I’ll…

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