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Cleansing the Body for the Summer, Inside and Out

Leaves have finally reappeared on trees, and the grass is so nice and green, it makes us want to lie down on it and spread our arms and legs. Summer flowers are blooming, and the birds are happily chirping. As nature flaunts its freshly renewed foliage for the summer months, it should inspire us to do the same. Summer is the perfect time to cleanse our body, inside and out, as we spend more time outside, and expose a little more skin to the world around us. Even though summer isn’t known for being a time where cols and flus are going around, it is important to take the opportunity to rebuild the strength of our immune system while protecting...

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5 Tips for Summer Cleaning

Spring has passed, but that doesn’t mean that the opportunity to cleanse your home has! The change of seasons is always an opportunity to renew and refresh your environment, just as the flora and fauna change around your home. Spring is coming to an end, and summer colors are beginning to appear. Whether you never got around to your spring cleaning, or if you want to get your home ready for the summer months, here are 5 tips for summer cleaning to keep the good vibrations going. 1. Open Your WindowsWhen summer is just beginning, before it gets too hot, turn off the A/C and open all of your windows. Let fresh air circulate around the home regularly. For the...

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Chinese New Year Traditions for Better Health in 2017

CHINESE NEW YEAR IS A GREAT TIME TO RESET, REBUILD AND RENEW THE MIND AND BODY.   In the West, when the earth finishes a rotation around the sun, people celebrate the New Year by making a list of resolutions, the most popular of which is to lose weight. In the East, when a new moon appears between late January and late February, people celebrate the New Year by refocusing on balance and setting the stage for more prosperous, healthy future.   The West follows the Gregorian calendar, based on the rotation of the sun, while the East follows the lunar calendar, based on the cycles of the moon. This year, Chinese New Year falls on the Western January 28,...

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