Lessons from the Garden

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Freshly transplanted Rosemary and Thyme Hello Friends, Gardening season is fast approaching, faster than ever with this warm February we’ve had in the Mid-Atlantic. As I stare longingly out the window at the garden beds just waiting for me to go out and do some planting, I’m hoping that some time in my garden will […] Read more »

New Habits in the New Year

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New Habits in The New Year   Making Good Habits Making new habits is lots easier than breaking old ones. When we focus on getting rid of a “bad” habit, we spend even more time thinking about that same bad habit! If we focus our energy instead on making new, “good” habits that support our […] Read more »

5 Great Self Care Tips

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Five Great Self-Care Tips for Everyone   Good Sleep Did you know that the average adult requires 7-9 hours of sleep every night for good health? Do you get anywhere near that much? Lack of sleep, or poor quality sleep, can lead to a host of health problems including poor memory and concentration, lowered immune […] Read more »

Autumn Lessons

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Autumn Lessons—The Need For Rest   We have lots of traditions about Autumn: a new school year, visiting fall foliage, pumpkins, honoring our ancestors and hometowns, football games, celebrating a good harvest, marking the beginning of the holiday season, and many more. All these are wonderful things, and beloved traditions, but there is another aspect […] Read more »