6 Ways to Keep Your Yoni Popping

by Chani The Hippie

Your Yoni, otherwise known as your vagina, is important. You are the giver of life. One day, if you haven't already, you will give birth to a beautiful new life, but in order to accomplish that you must be in great health, Yes you eat right, exercise, and all of the typical stuff, but have you focused on the actual health of your yoni? Here are 7 tips that will keep that part of you healthy and popping.


by John Byrd

In the past  year or so I've gained these "luxuries". These items that we deem as great enough to pay a large sum of money for.  A 2016 vehicle,  a new phone,  an expensive dog, a wedding, a college education,  and high end clothing.  Most people  my age who have come from areas similar to mine don't get to see these things until their mid thirties  and quite  frankly many never see them at all.  At the end the day I'm blessed and grateful for all of these things. There is a saying that money can't buy happiness. I've come to believe that many people don't understand  what it means. We'll say this then follow it up with actions that would suggest otherwise. We'll  place our sense of self or happiness in something tangible or a title.  

I could honestly say none of these luxuries  provide me with complete happiness.  They help me create  great memories and show what i can obtain,  but tell you nothing about my inside  condition.  Wealth is in the mind and spirit.  True  unbreakable  happiness  which can be noted as joy only comes from one place.  It comes from the God above.  No I'm not being over spiritual  or cliché.  Instead  I'll approach  this statement from a logical standpoint.  How can we  receive joy from things that can be taken away from us at any moment.  This creates a condition leading to the idea that without this piece  of material you cannot be happy.  The human desire continually grows  as you begin to gain this wealth or capital. You can never truly be satisfied with what you have. Due to human nature that's just not how we work. God never changes and will always  be there even when you can't see or hear him.  Everything we receive is from him and is his.  As I continue to accrue this collection of "luxuries" and as I see others noticing them I just always  want to reiterate this notion and strong belief of mine.  Thank you for reading and hopefully you'll share an experience similar to mine so you can relate.

Posted on March 21, 2016 .

Natural Antibiotics - Foods To Heal Yourself

Studies have shown that the use of antibiotics can disrupt the natural gut flora in our bodies which in turn can lead to antibiotic resistance. Did you know that you can go a long way to helping yourself by eating certain foods? There are natural antibiotics found in our foods that can help common ailments such as indigestion and inflammation of the skin for example. These act as alternatives to prescription antibiotics and let people take charge of their own health. For more fascinating facts about the natural antibiotics that can be found in our foods, have a look at this infographic produced by Evoke.ie

Medical Marijuana & Me

by Chani The Hippie

The benefits of medical marijuana are often overshadowed by stigmas like it being a gateway drug and that people are using it just to get high. In my case, it has helped me to keep anxiety in check and flourish in ways I never thought before. As the battle for it to be legalized continues the testimonies I hear from patients at my job show me that l am not the only one who's quality of life has improved from its medicinal properties. Marijuana helps so many and I am thankful that I am reaping the benefits.

Find Your Sweat Spot

by Apryl Bantom

Most fitness professionals agree that intensity is the biggest factor that comes into play when working on fitness goals. However, if you exercise twice a month and suddenly start exercising 5 days a week it’ll be a drastic change to maintain especially at a high intensity, and any results you achieve in that brief time will be lost. Here are a few tips to consider when making the move towards a more active lifestyle

Posted on December 6, 2015 .

Maul Davis & The Alexander Technique

by Mariel Watkins

When we think of health and wellness, it is important to consider our health mentally and spiritually, in addition to the physical. The Alexander Massage Technique encompasses all three of these facets by reshaping the mental and engaging the spiritual in order to reposition the physical through various massages, stretching, and modifying our everyday movement habits. 

When in Doubt, Keep it Simple

by Mariel Watkins

When is the last time you checked the nutrition labels on the food you buy at the grocery store? Today, our food is covered in labels, “Gluten-Free,” “Non-GMO,” “Organic,” “Free Range,” or “Fat Free.” How did something as simple as food become so complicated? And how can we muddle through it all?

5 Reasons to get Running

by Mariel Watkins

Well, it's about that time again. The weather is getting nicer and those "summer bodies" are out in full force. All winter, you talked about working out, and maybe you even started... But then life happened, and the workouts got fewer and farther between. It's time for that to change! Here are 5 great reasons why you should always make time in your life to run!

Still Alice & The Necessity of Alzheimer's Advocacy

by Brittney Williams

Last week, I sat alone in a back row in the Michigan Theater, watching a special screening of Still Alice that was put together by the Alzheimer’s Association. Still Alice, which is based on a book of the same name, tells the story of a Columbia professor who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 50. When I found out about the movie about a year ago, I remember being elated to hear that finally, a story focusing on early-onset Alzheimer’s was being told. Often, Alzheimer’s is shown in media as a disease that only affects older people, or sometimes not even as a disease at all, but as a normal part of the later stages of aging, which it is not. My experience—and the experiences of millions of others, who have loved ones diagnosed at younger ages than usual—tells a very different story. My mother was 49 when diagnosed, and 54 when she passed away in 2013.

Posted on February 25, 2015 .