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The Right Medicine for The Right Job with Robin Ray Green

The Right Medicine for The Right Job with Robin Ray Green

About Robin: Robin Green, L.Ac. is an acupuncturist, herbalist, educator, author and owner of Robin Green Acupuncture, Inc. She has been offering gentle and caring adult and pediatric acupuncture services in Morgan Hill, CA since 2004, serving families residing in Gilroy, San Martin, San Jose, Monterey, Campbell, Hollister, and Los Gatos, California. She specializes in family medicine, which includes pediatrics, and is able to treat a wide variety of medical conditions. Her primary goal…

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Get the Glow with Latham Thomas

Get the Glow with Latham Thomas

About Latham: A graduate of Columbia University & The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Latham is a maternity lifestyle maven, wellness & birth coach/doula, yoga teacher, on the vanguard of transforming the maternal wellness movement. Her practice provides support to pre/postnatal women along their journey to motherhood offering culinary and nutritional services, yoga, and birth coaching services. She authored the bestselling book titled, “Mama Glow: A Hip Guide to a Fabulous and Abundant…

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Cultivating Peace and Joy With Kelley Grimes

Cultivating Peace and Joy With Kelley Grimes

About Kelley: In Truth & Beauty is the vehicle for artist and counselor Kelley Grimes to support, educate and encourage people to self nurture. Self nurturing is the act of caring for yourself by deeply nourishing, cherishing and encouraging your own growth and potential in order to live your most authentic and beautiful life. Kelley provides counseling, mentoring, self nurturing and creativity workshops and other art and tools for self…

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We do not have to keep house alone

We do not have to keep house alone

Believe it or not, we have a built-in support system, but often we don’t utilize it! I am talking about our kids. It is our job to give them the skills to go forth in the world as healthy, self-sufficient individuals. How will they do that if we do everything for them? I hear from a lot of overwhelmed moms who balance work and home and love for their family…

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Green with Joy

Green with Joy

“We are indeed much more than what we eat, but what we eat can nevertheless help us to be much more than what we are.” – Adele Davis I had it all: three beautiful children, a gorgeous and supportive husband, and a thriving company. It was just as I had dreamt it would be, except for one thing: me. I was miserable. On the inside, I had tons of guilt…

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Collect, Connect then Direct 
with Kim John Payne

Collect, Connect then Direct 
with Kim John Payne

About Kim: Kim John Payne, M.ED,  is the author of the #1 Best Selling book, Simplicity Parenting.  A consultant and trainer to over 200 North American independent and public schools Kim has been a school counselor, adult educator, consultant, researcher, educator and a private family counselor for twenty seven years. He regularly gives key note addresses at international conferences for educators, parents, and therapists and runs workshops and trainings around…

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Why Your Family Needs You to Receive

Why Your Family Needs You to Receive

by Star Staubach As a mother, you’re a natural giver. You give to your immediate and extended families, friends, colleagues, neighbors, and organizations, and volunteer your time at your kids’ school. The list can go on and on. By nature, you are a giver. That part you do really well, even if you beat yourself up about wanting to do more. One key element holds you back from giving more:…

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Seasonal Foods and Simple Systems

Seasonal Foods and Simple Systems

Making meals that truly serve you by Dahlia Shaaban Most people are trying their best to create healthy nutritional habits while balancing crazy work and family schedules. On top of that, we’re trying to be responsible consumers and support companies that provide more local, ethically-sourced options. If you’re confused about what’s healthy, struggle with food issues, or feel overwhelmed by the idea of cooking all week at home, know that…

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Ten minutes that can completely change your life

Ten minutes that can completely change your life

A life changing practice presented by Nina Manolson There are some complicated feelings that go with self-care aren’t there? “I know I’ll feel better if I take care of myself.” But…  “I can’t stop to take care of myself, I’m too busy.” “I need some ‘me’ time, I’m getting so cranky!” But… “I should really be using my time productively.” For women with busy lives, it can be a lot…

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Growing a Vegetable Garden as a Family

Growing a Vegetable Garden as a Family

by Brianna Nash Growing up in a city, it was hard to fathom what it took to grow a vegetable garden. My grandparents made it quite simple— my grand-mother in particular. That woman has the greenest thumb I’ve ever seen and could grow about anything she wanted. Summer vacations were always something to look forward to, even knowing I was about to go from schoolwork to yard work. It was…

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Kids in the Kitchen: Learning the lifetime skill of cooking, eating, and living well

Kids in the Kitchen: Learning the lifetime skill of cooking, eating, and living well

Letting your kids learn to cook can be a little scary: What if your child gets a cut, or makes a giant mess? How early can kids start helping in the kitchen? We decided to ask Sally Sampson, a food writer and author of 11 cookbooks, who convinced doctors to prescribe cooking to children at well visits and more recently founded ChopChop Magazine. ChopChop inspires and teaches kids to cook…

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Ugly Vegetables and Beautiful Memories

Ugly Vegetables and Beautiful Memories

A conversation with Grace Lin Name: Grace Lin Occupation: children’s book author and illustrator Can you tell us a little about the story of the Ugly Vegetables? The Ugly Vegetables is very much based on a true story. I grew up in upstate New York and my family was one of the few Asian families in the area. My mother craved Chinese food but there were not any grocery stores…

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