Daily Archives: September 10, 2017

How to Travel on a Budget in Your 20s

When I was 18, I wrote a postcard to my grandmother from Austria, describing how I slept for free on the porch of a hostel in Innsbruck. While I wouldn’t do that now, it’s fun to reminisce about my backpacking … Read More »

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Inside the Long, Impossible Fight for Socialized Medicine in the US

Progressives have been dreaming of a government-run healthcare system for over half a century. Why can’t they get it done? Irene Aguilar knew for a long time that America’s healthcare system was broken. She had worked as a doctor in … Read More »

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HAMILTON: The Musical and The Rockefeller Foundation Announce Partnership to Provide 20,000 NYC Public School Students with Tickets to Hamilton on Broadway With $1.46 Million Grant | The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

New York, NY – Hamilton producer Jeffrey Seller and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, The Rockefeller Foundation president Judith Rodin, NYC Department of Education Chancellor Carmen Fariña and Gilder Lehrman executive director Lesley Herrmann announced today an educational partnership to provide 20,000 NYC … Read More »

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Build a Personal Support System

When things aren’t going well or we’re just not feeling  that great we all need support and encouragement.For those who try to tough it alone, it can be a difficult uphill battle. On the other hand much wisdom, experience and … Read More »

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The Confusion About Pets

Why are so many animals now in places where they shouldn’t be? Take a look around. See the St. Bernard slobbering over the shallots at Whole Foods? Isn’t that a Rottweiler sitting third row, mezzanine, at Carnegie Hall? As you … Read More »

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Easy Beginner Yoga Poses for Plus Size Bodies

I started doing yoga as a way to gain physical strength and flexibility. What was interesting about this yoga journey is, I found so much more from Yoga than I ever expected. Not only does it help me keep my … Read More »

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45 Simple Self-Care Practices for a Healthy Mind, Body & Soul

With a little bit of attention to your own self-care, you’ll feel more connected to yourself and the world around you. Try one of the 45 ideas today. Do you ever forget to take care of yourself? I know. You’re … Read More »

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What Are Holistic Practices? | Taking Charge of Your Health & Wellbeing

Bill is convinced that complementary therapies help him stay healthy. Susan swears by the alternative medicine she uses to maintain her health. When they sit down to talk, they find they are doing the same things-they just have different words … Read More »

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2017 – The Year of the Goddess Awakening and the Divine Feminine Returning – White Wolf Journeys

As the wheel turns and 2017 begins, we will find we are on an entirely different path than the one we traveled in 2016. Now we begin the Year of The Goddess Awakening and the Divine Feminine Returning.  More emphasis must … Read More »

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Florida Kids Are Facebook-Shaming Parents Who Won’t Evacuate

Helpless and hundreds of miles away from their folks, people are using social media to try to get their parents to flee Hurricane Irma. Nikki Kuhn has a mother who lives on an island off the coast of Saint Petersburg, … Read More »

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