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4 Secret Health Benefits of Gardening

by: Kenna Castleberry Summer will soon be here, and with that, it means growth! While everything will turn green or bloom with beauty, it’s a good idea to get out in the garden and try to sow some of your favorite plants.  Now granted, not everyone has a green thumb, but there are lots of health benefits to gardening that you may not have realized. It’s a simple and productive way to spend time outside, boosting your Vitamin D levels,...

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5 Smart Tips for Better Time Management

By Kenna Castleberry  Let’s face it, all of us want to be more productive than we actually are. We go to bed at night thinking about all the things we didn’t do, and hope we can accomplish them the following day.  Procrastination has risen to an all-time high given COVID-19’s regulation to stay at home. It’s hard to stay motivated, with everything online. However, there are ways to motivate yourself and increase your time management skills, just with some simple...

5 Ways to Increase Your Productivity through Office Feng Shui

By Kenna Castleberry  Being at home during this social distancing has put a strain on our productivity. There’s been more procrastination, drinking, and TV watching now more than ever.  We try to set up our home offices to be our spaces for concentration and productivity, but it’s hard to do both when kids are yelling in the background, the dog needs to be let outside or there’s construction going on down the street.  While these are just a few of...

The Best Teas for Boosting Your Metabolism

By Kenna Castleberry A typical person can drink anywhere from two to even ten cups of tea a day. Most health professionals recommend around three to five cups a day, depending on what type of tea you want to drink.  I, for one, am a huge fan of caffeinated tea, as it gives me the energy boost I need in the morning, without the coffee breath. Plus, there seems to be a lot more flavor options when it comes to...

How to Teach Mindfulness to Your Kids in Moments of Crisis

Years back, when I worked as a teacher, one of the most fun and yet peaceful activities I used to do with the kiddos was yoga poses. The idea was not to make kids learn yoga, but to pass along mindfulness teaching to calm their minds and bodies. With that, we could transition easily to another activity. We live in a world of “hyperactivity,” where we receive stimulus through all sources, especially from the technology surrounding us—smartphones, social media, tv,...

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