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Layers, as told by Shrek the Ogre

For all of us born in the early 90s, Shrek is definitely up there on the list of instant childhood classics, and I’m sure we all remember his insightful explanation of how “ogres are like onions.” See below for a quick refresher: 1,011 more words

Anthropology

Interrupted Meridians: Korea in Mourning

For three weeks now I’ve been getting acupuncture for a wrist injury. As is standard in Eastern medicine, the doctor checked my tongue to learn more about my overall health. 448 more words

My Reflections

It's hay fever season...arghhhhh!?

I don’t know about you but I’m sneezing all the time at the moment! So, I thought I’d include some natural remedies for the ailment for today’s post! 90 more words

Mmmm...tasty?

“Honestly, if you’re given the choice between Armageddon or tea, you don’t say ‘what kind of tea?” Neil Gaiman

Hi ladies! Going to keep this short because it’s late and I have to get up pretty early to get some pre-Easter stuff done with the Husband, but I had to share with you all some of the new stuff I am trying out.

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Fertility

Spring!

Don’t you just love this time of year? Especially for us folks on the East Coast who have had such a brutal winter, getting outside again, ditching the coat and feeling the sun is pure pleasure. 538 more words

Wellness

Exercise is better than drugs for 3 of the top 4 causes of Death in the US

It is obvious and amazing at the same time.  Obvious because we all know that exercise is “good for us”.  Amazing because prescription drugs are often the first thing prescribed for most of these conditions, and not exercise.   443 more words

Health

TODAY ~ Community + Acupuncture with Tatyana Ryevzina and host, Sarah McCroskey

Please join us TODAY, April 18, at 2 PM PST for Sarah McCroskey’s broadcast on her HumanSpirit Radio Network. This episode is, “Community + Acupuncture: Fostering Community through Healing and Modeling Affordable Healthcare with Acupuncturist Tatyana Ryevzina. 252 more words