Body image is something many of us have struggled with at one time or another. As human beings, this is nothing new. For a very long time, we have been comparing ourselves to each other, trying to fix our perceived flaws, make ourselves thinner, more attractive and reflect an unrealistic ideal of self perfection.
CBD has been a popular buzzword in mainstream lately. Over the last two years it has gained a tremendous amount of media attention. But is this just another passing health fad? There is so much that we can write about Hemp and Cannabis, the science, the history and the benefits of these amazing plants.
Scientists have found that smiling can help people feel better. Just by turning your frown upside down, your facial muscles send signals to your brain and nervous system that can lead you to feel actual happiness, joy, or amusement.
Since we are all made of energy, our vibrational levels are what can shift. We have the ability to shift our own energy into positive vibrations by thinking good thoughts. Yes, it’s as easy as that.
The reward for decluttering your home or tidying up your finances is less anxiety, more breathing room (literal and metaphorical) and fresh potential. When you’ve got a clear mental picture of what you’re working with, space-wise or dollar-wise, you can spot opportunities and imagine new possibilities.
The New Year brings health resolutions for most of us, but did you know that your Vagus Nerve is your highway to health?
The plastic that litters our oceans is becoming much more of a problem. We can’t ignore it. To me, the straw movement was the catalyst for bigger change.
Forward-thinking financial education has evolved beyond the traditional "allowance" to more sophisticated "real life" lessons in how money is earned, saved and spent.
Discovering your WORD OF THE YEAR is a fabulous exercise in jumpstarting your dreams and intentions for 2019 and stepping into what it feels like to manifest an intention from your heart, your body and your soul.
Join us as we ring in 2019 by welcoming Sara Dickison Taylor to our CK Wellness Tribe. Sara will be joining our editorial staff as our ‘life design editor’, contributing to our Just Breathe wellness category.