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The Importance of Indulgence

By Shannon E. Franklin Wellness as a concept is hard to define. Everyone will have a different idea about exactly what it is. For me, the word conjures up images of big green salads, stretching and yoga, and meditation. It includes, perhaps, therapy to address mental health and going to the doctor on a regular […]

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Changing Your Mind

By Abigail Edwards Wellness often seems like an uphill battle. It’s a buzzword you hear a lot these days as something to prioritize for a fulfilling life, but what does it really mean? Wellness is defined as “the state of being in good health, especially as an actively pursued goal.” Wellness is a term frequently […]

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Achieving Balance Versus Living Balanced

By MJ Ali Achieving balance—like balancing on a tightrope, balance beam, or bicycle—is an action with a specific goal involving, well, not falling! Not falling = good; falling = bad. Simple, right? We concentrate on what we can do to maintain balance given a very tight set of parameters. Achieving balance is something meant for […]

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