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How to Excuse-Proof “I Don’t Have Time to Cook”

How to Excuse-Proof “I Don’t Have Time to Cook”

We all have busy lives, which leave little time for cooking health meals when we get home at the end of the day.  First, a little reality check: “The average restaurant meal comes in at 1,500 calories, so it’s hard to lose weight eating out,” says Dawn Jackson...

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Meditation-Stepping Back from Life

Meditation-Stepping Back from Life

The mind is a busy with thoughts and we are either repeating thinking patterns throughout the day or on auto-pilot. As we know, the mind affects the body. If you are stressed in your mind, then that tension probably will be adversely transferred to the body. One of...

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Freedom and the Mind-Body Connection

Freedom and the Mind-Body Connection

“Freedom is about being so truly, madly and deeply attached to your own soul that you can’t bear -  if only for a moment - a life that doesn’t honor it.” – Andrea Balt Most of us in the Bay Area live with a great deal of freedom in our day.  We get to choose...

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UC Berkeley Students Treated to Llama Therapy before Finals

UC Berkeley Students Treated to Llama Therapy before Finals

Adapted from Steve Rubinstein from the San Francisco Chronicle Six therapeutic llamas came on Friday to bring therapy to UC Berkeley in the fourth llama confab in campus history.  A therapeutic llama may look like an ordinary llama. It isn’t. It’s been specially...

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30 Ways to Make the Most of Summer

30 Ways to Make the Most of Summer

When you were a kid, summer activities were a great escape. Your only goal each day was to figure out the bigger thrill: hide and seek with the neighbor kids, a game of catch with your brother, or re-reading “Ender's Game” by Orson Scott Card. You were completely free...

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