Super Bowl 50 is just five days away and the city of San Francisco is pulling out all the stops. While the Broncos and Panthers gear up for the biggest game of the season, San Francisco is preparing for an estimated one million visitors this week.
We often hear the words vegetarian, vegan, raw, wholefoods diet, but what is the difference? If you are looking for more energy, radiant skin, and better sleep, here are a few options for your diet and how food choices can affect your life.
The Science Center of Iowa (SCI) knows a thing or two about the upcycling process.
The Des Moines-based museum successfully saved over 1,000 sq ft of old materials from landfills while generating revenue for their A-Ha! museum store. Not only did they give their banners a new life, but they also...
If you are fascinated by the miracle of our bodies and how they work, and if you are curious as to how you can maintain a healthy body, you will find the documentary Forks Over Knives eye opening. Whether you want to live to be 100 or you just want to live free of disease, this documentary will definitely give you some food for thought.
Treat One: Deep Breathing. Have you ever heard or used the phrase with a child, “take a deep breath” to help calm down? A simple treat for your body today . . . and no one knows how to treat your body like you know how to treat your body today.
Matthew Kenney’s biography, Cooked Raw, is a great read about a classically trained chef destined to help change the way we eat. But it tells us so much more about perseverance, finding our passion, and doing the right thing even when we aren’t quite sure what that is or where it will lead us.
Anyone with the entrepreneurial spirit or who has ever pursued that challenge, can relate to all the ups and downs, both personally and professionally, that Kenney so artfully describes throughout the book.
The end of the year is such a symbolic time to reflect on the last 12 months and get inspired for the year ahead. But if you run a business, are trying to juggle holiday planning with gift shopping, need to meet your quarter-end quotas, or a mix of all of the above, the end of the year can leave you feeling expired rather than inspired.