Go Out and Touch Someone

Science tells us that humans are healthier and live longer when we live as a community and are close to one another. There are many ways to touch and be touched to get healthy and feel loved. When we touch another or are touched by someone we experience a relaxing…

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Romance Plagued by Debt

Debt not only impacts our bank accounts, it can also be devastating for our romantic relationships. Experts like Dr. Terri Orbuch states that money causes tension in 7 out of 10 couples. In fact, debt is becoming a major deal breaker for many relationships. This is unfortunate considering that the average…

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Add More Honey To Your Life

Thanks to bumble bees, which also pollinates 80% of our nation’s crops, we also get delicious honey from them. On average, Americans consume about 1.5 pounds of honey per person annually. It can bring natural sweetness to everything you eat and drink. From sweetening teas to marinades for grilling, honey…

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Closing the Gender Gap

Women today are still fighting to receive equal pay for equal work. Unfortunately, research shows that we might be fighting for the rest of our lives. According to research from the World Economic Forum, the progress to close the gender gap is too slow to realize in our lifetime. At…

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Yes! Dogs Do Smile!

For years, scientists have questioned the canines’ abilities to experience emotions. But, according to Dr. Nicholas Dodman, (head of animal behavior at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University) dogs do smile and don’t just experience emotions; they communicate them as well. In his research, Dodman concluded that…

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Swordfish with Summer Salad

This easy, healthy, low calorie recipe will earn you accolades with friends and family. You can substitute your favorite fish or add some vegetables you really love. Swordfish is that it has a high omega-3 fatty acid content. Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties and can help your blood pressure,…

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The Surprising Secret of Success is Patience

Many great people have believed throughout the ages that patience is a critical asset to cultivate for happiness, health, and success. This is what some great people have said about the virtue of patience. “Genius is patience.” — Isaac Newton “A man who is a master of patience is master of…

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Take the Afternoon or Weekend to Meet Your Neighbor

How well do you know your neighbor? Decades ago, strong neighborly connections were common, but today this isn’t the case. This is a shame as a Mindful community begins with a mindful neighborhood. According to the Pew Research Center, a study found that only 19 percent of American adults knew…

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