Monthly Archive: March, 2017

Enjoy Life through Growth in a New Way

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I love showcasing different non-profits spreading good in the world, and I came across two great educational programs. One is Enjoy Life Education which I learned about through a good friend who volunteers with… Continue reading

98% of Art is Bad. A Conversation with the Founder of The Two Percent: Changing How We Experience Art

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I studied art history in college. Of all people to be excited to go to an art gallery in the mecca of the art world, it would be me. Sadly, whenever I go… Continue reading

27 Ways New Years Eve is Celebrated Around the World

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Greetings from Thailand! I’ve been backpacking throughout Southeast Asia, and will be celebrating the New Year on the beautiful island of Phuket. In the spirit of international travel, I’d like to share with… Continue reading

Finding Your Inner Beauty

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The media has created this image of what beauty should look like but the fact is that we are all beautiful in our own way. Embrace and love what you are giving. No one is perfect.

The 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall Reminds Us- Who Is Your Role Model?

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November 9, 2014, marked the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. In spirit of this, I wanted to take the opportunity to write about my grandmother, a German woman who… Continue reading

Positive Parenting this Winter: Keep Sick Kids at Home

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Winter Woes. With all the recent snow in the Northeast, it is not easy being a career mama and trying to get to and from work, manage school closings and then on top… Continue reading

Luck Of The Draw? Finding Gold With Lifestyle Medicine

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Today, donned in shamrock-inspired, green-colored paraphernalia, we commemorate St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland. Although known as a cultural and religious feast day, the global embrace of St. Patrick’s Day has opened up… Continue reading