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A Minnesotan’s Guide to Safe Shoveling

A Minnesotan’s Guide to Safe Shoveling

While shoveling can be a great workout, heading out to clear snow without proper preparation, equipment or biomechanics can lead to injury.

January 2019
Training the Brain Naturally – The Role of Neurofeedback

Training the Brain Naturally – The Role of Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback, often referred to as “brain training”, is a specialized application of biofeedback that functions to change brain circuitry by changing the way the brain processes information.

January 2019
Choose to Make the Holidays Delightful

Choose to Make the Holidays Delightful

For many, the holidays are as much a time for stress and disappointment as they are a time for fun, family and gratitude. It is easy to get overwhelmed by the obligations and responsibilities that make all the merriment a lot less merry.

December 2018
Presents without Wrapping Paper

Presents without Wrapping Paper

Shoppers trying to find that perfect gift for someone they love, wanting to surprise or delight them, is understandable. It is joyful to make loved ones happy. Yet, the culture of extreme gift giving has grown to a point that is causing many people to take a second look at what can be a wasteful, foolishly expensive, time-consuming process.

December 2018
Enjoy the Holidays and Avoid the Weight-Gaining Pitfalls

Enjoy the Holidays and Avoid the Weight-Gaining Pitfalls

Many people look forward to the holiday season and everything that comes with it, from the twinkling lights to the snowy nights to the festive family gatherings.

December 2018
Love Your Lymph for a Healthy Immune System

Love Your Lymph for a Healthy Immune System

The lymphatic system carries out an important role in maintaining a healthy immune system. The vast network of tiny vessels, nodes and the spleen that lie just under the skin make up the lymphatic system. Its primary function is to isolate infection, toxins and debris and transport them through filtration points known as lymph nodes.

November 2018
Be Heard and Make a Difference

Be Heard and Make a Difference

As young adults and teens, we need to start taking action on issues where we want to see something changed. We can’t just look at these issues and say someone else will do it. We were given a voice and now, as teens, need to use it, especially on issues that affect us more than they affect adults such as school shootings.

October 2018
Three Simple Ways to Get Started With Social Marketing

Three Simple Ways to Get Started With Social Marketing

As small business owners, operators or managers, our lives involve non-stop, on-the-job training. Sometimes it seems we’re running fast just to stand still and sadly lose sight of the amazing learning opportunities granted to us each day (You may be thinking there aren’t enough hours in the day; I don’t have time to think about the lesson learned; this pile of work isn’t going to do itself, so please don’t give me one more thing to do.)

October 2018
A Game Changer:  Respecting All

A Game Changer: Respecting All

If you haven’t yet tried the 30-day challenge of only speaking positively for 30 days, here are the details: You are challenged to only speak (and think, in the advanced version) positively 24 hours a day for 30 days in a row—no snide comments, no yucky yammering—only pure positivity. If you mess up, you have to start your 30-day count all over again.

October 2018
Guided Imagery as a Life-Changing Therapy

Guided Imagery as a Life-Changing Therapy

Guided imagery therapy is interactive. It most resembles hypnosis in that the therapist and patient are having an ongoing conversation. It differs due to the brainwave level that is engaged during the process.

September 2018