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4 Proven Reasons Why Traveling is Good for You

How do you work to improve your health? Maybe you eat healthy, do yoga, or go to the gym. What if I told you that traveling has been proven to improve your health? It’s true! An abundant amount of research shows that traveling is highly beneficial to your physical, mental, and emotional health. Here are four ways traveling helps boost …

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Maximizing Mental Health

People always want to lose weight, start a new diet plan, or begin whatever workout is trending that month. People focus on their physical health and what is seen on the outside, but do they focus on their mental health what is found on the inside? Not always. It can be hard to find time to sit down and clear …

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Do You Need More Sleep?

It almost feels like being tired everyday is just part of being an adult. If you ask someone how their doing, they could be doing either good or bad. Whether they’re one or the other, they’ll also almost always be tired as well. Forever thinking about a nap, and hitting the bed at the end of the day. Even our …

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Journaling 101

Do you ever feel like you can’t turn off the thoughts running through your head? Sometimes when we are extra stressed or overwhelmed, we tend to ruminate and let our thoughts run wild. Journaling has recently become  a popular way to combat anxiety and worry. How to start The process of journaling can feel a bit awkward at first. The …

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Better Decision Making and Monotonous Wardrobes?

Take a second and think about the amount of decision you have to make daily. From the time you open your eyes in the morning, to the time you close them again at the end of the night. *Eyes open* Do I get out of bed, or do I snooze? Should I check my social media apps, or start my …

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How to Survive Going Home for the Holidays

It’s officially that time of year again! Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and the holidays don’t tend to slow down for a while after that. While this usually means lots of time with friends, family, and other loved ones, this can also be a stressful time for those of us who have to travel for the holidays. On the …

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Social Wellness: How Do You Measure Up?

We’ve all heard of physical health; how we feel after exercising, how we function when sick, or feeling sufficiently rested. Mental health is the way we look at ourselves, perceive the world, and why we do certain things daily. However, social health has become a category all its own. The way you interact with the world, form personal relationships, and …

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Get Up & Do Something for Others

What’s the secret to happiness and life satisfaction? Is it landing your dream job? Meeting the love of your life? Maybe it’s being able to afford a new sports car, or losing 10 pounds, or traveling to a new place. Or is it something more? Turns out, life satisfaction has more to do with what you do for others and …

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Music Moves

Ever feel completely overwhelmed with a to-do list a mile long, a phone that does not seem to stop buzzing, and a stack of textbooks starring you in the face? Don’t worry – you are not alone. College students, and even employees across America are tasked with having to do more, with less time, each and every day. Despite whatever …

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Home Base, Home Space


All too often when an individual decides they are interested in becoming healthier, they might have some preconceived notions of what that means. Eat “good” foods, work out and you should lose weight – right? While those changes definitely help in the long run, sometimes a very blatant source that can be causing one to flounder is right in front …

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