Night time is sacred for me. As a self-proclaimed night owl, I have always savored the moments when most have gone to bed and the moon begins its climb to meet the stars. Between the hours of 9 and 1 is when I find myself tapping away vigorously at my laptop or immersed in a […]
There once was a time when books were created by publishers in far-off lands with pristine printing presses and hidden formatting magic. This how-to guide will teach you the ins and outs of self-publishing.
when i look back on a year of worldly pain, my heart aches for the death and fear and injustice and confusion. but it also holds onto hope that one day, maybe a long time from now, we will all look back on 2020 as the year when everything changed.
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i’m sharing a few holiday gifts that accentuate the sustainable and introspective lifestyle i’m striving for.
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Dr. Shelly Sethi, a board certified family physician with an emphasis on integrative and functional medicine, breaks down the chemistry behind mental health and its contributing factors (ie. stress, sleep, movement, nutrition, mindfulness, and community).
Dr. Shari Auth is a Chinese Medicine doctor, licensed acupuncturist, and co-founder of WTHN, a modern healing studio in the heart of New York. Her goal is to demystify natural healing and make acupuncture, cupping, herbs, and ear seeds accessible to all.