Have you ever lost touch with a close friend, only to hear about their lives later and think “That doesn’t sound like them at all”?
In mid-February, you may think the circulation in your tending fingers is weak and frozen, having forgotten what it means to pick, spread, dig, pat, and otherwise foster a seedling from taking root to flowering.
Maybe you can start gardening again in April!
Well, you could… but you’d be missing out on all of the vegetables that bloom beautifully in April and May. And to enjoy those, you’d have to start thinking about growing them around now!
The medical community, and society as a whole, are coming around to the generalized importance of gut health. But since it’s probably been a long time since any of us have taken 8th grade biology, you may not even remember how the gut functions.
Health insurance is expensive. Doctors, expensive. Surgery, expensive. Buying supplements you read about online and letting them languish in your medicine cabinet, expensive.
The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers reported nearly a month ago that, although we were only several weeks into lockdown at that point, their offices
Stress doesn’t always mean worry. Stress means pressure, change, resistance, etc. Most of the time, we’re unprepared for stressors – they’d cause less unpleasantness if we
For most stable, 9 in the morning until 5 in the evening, two-hour-daily-commute Americans, the word “habit” is probably used most in terms of something you’d like to quit.
Smoking… drinking… eating junk food…
Or if you’re a forward-thinking progressive person intent on self-actualization, you may find yourself preoccupied with how to effectively form a healthy habit.
Oil pulling… meal-prepping… yoga…