Motion, Contemplation, and Growth

There comes a time when the time has come. You’re no longer satisfied with the way things are. You’re not unhappy, but there’s this sneaking sensation that you’re interested in what might lie just around the corner. We live in good times, and in spite of the fact that we…

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6 Tips for Getting a Great Night’s Sleep

Getting the right amount of sleep can be a challenge, especially with the speed and variables of modern life. Artificial light not only allows us to stay up later, it actually tricks our mind into staying awake. The fast pace of modern living leaves little time to slow down as…

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How to Cook Basic Greens

It’s not always an easy balance: convenience and variety. If you want to prepare in advance and in a jiffy, you’re often stuck with the same thing day after day. But there is a solution. One of the best ways to get variety in your meals without too much struggle is…

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The Risk Is the Reward: The Importance of Facing Fear

I have always loved food. I loved the way it felt, the way it smelled, the way it could be manipulated, and the way it could become something unrecognizable, and yet more amazing than any raw ingredient could have led you to imagine. I went to culinary school. And I…

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Is Fitness Killing You?

You’re being used. The 24-billion dollar fitness business is built on two platforms: There is something wrong with you that only it can fix. That it’s going to take a long time to get you there. And it’s killing what real fitness can be. Their platform is built on fear and money. Fear…

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Choose Your Own Adventure With the Whole Life Challenge

Ten minutes of exercise a day doesn’t seem like very much activity for a fitness challenge, does it? As traditional challenges go, some rules — this one included — might seem a little relaxed on paper. It’s almost a bit like “choose your own adventure.” As you may have noticed…

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