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Physical Health

Wellness Wednesday: How to Heal From Burnout

If there’s one thing that Americans know how to do really well, it’s overwork themselves. In fact, a 2014 poll from Gallup revealed that...

Nutrition

Wellness Wednesday: Tips for Eco-Friendly Meal Prepping

We have all heard about the wonders of meal prepping—it can help you save money, allow you to eat healthier, save time, and feel...

Working to End Hunger

Arizona's food banks and local farmers are teaming up By Lisa Castrichini When we think about helping alleviate the noble cause of hunger, most people probably...

Organic Café and Wellness Brand Attracts a Big Following

Summer and Mike Sanders and Local Juicery By Madi Page “Love your body and feed your soul” is the lifestyle that Local Juicery, with locations in...

Fighting Cancer

Dropping Acid… Fulvic acid, that is!

Most medical breakthroughs take at least 17 to 20 years to find their way from the test tube to mainstream medical practice. Some of...

“Now Cut That Out” Sugar That Is…

By Ric Coggins The USDA's first nutrition guidelines were published in a farmers’ bulletin in 1894. As science expanded and food lobbies became involved, the...

The Many ‘Religions’ of Medicine

It’s been said that one is wise to avoid public discussions of “politics and religion.” It may now be time to add to that...

Phoenix Cancer Support Network

Economic and Sustainable Networks By Andrea Dias Sustainability—“avoidance of depletion of natural resources maintaining ecological balance.” The goal of “sustainability” is tangential to the mission of...

Sleep Your Way to a Stronger Immune System

That we need rest is a given. While the world’s main religions don’t all exactly agree on when it should occur, they do all...

Mental Health

Breaking Down the Mental Benefits of Yoga

The mental benefits of yoga are undeniable. And since the discipline has become more popular over the last decade, people of all ages have...

Feeling Gratitude

During - and after - the pandemic By Veronica Bahn Spring is a reminder of the blessings all around us—life is in bloom! Everything seems fresh...

Finding Your WHEN: Randy Miller is on a Mission to Transform Lives

By Kayla Goldberg Randy Miller, the founder of WHEN, is a man on a mission to meaningfully transform people’s lives. WHEN is a corporate and...

Savannah Wix Leverages Her Miss Arizona Title to Create Awareness

  By Jordan Diab. Who is Savannah Wix? Savannah Wix is a woman of many hats…or sashes, one could say. She has held the titles of Miss...

Sustaining Yourself With Kickboxing & Yoga, Which is Better for Physical & Mental Health

By Tyler Hurst. Post-holidays can be tough. The weather isn’t always the best, many of us are recovering from not-so-great food and drink choices, and...
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Green is Gold

It’s No Secret: Sustainable Building is Here to Stay BY ROBRT L. PELA Martin Sempler is furious. His next-door neighbor on the quiet downtown Phoenix street where...

Pela Adds Biodegradable Sunglasses to Eco-Collection

Pela, maker of compostable alternatives to plastic, is expanding their collection of eco-friendly products to now include the world’s first sunglasses and blue light...

Building a Tiny House in Arizona – Is smaller better here in the desert?

WHAT IS CONSIDERED A TINY HOUSE IN ARIZONA In Arizona, any home built below 400 square feet falls under the category of a tiny house...

Empowering Local Businesses to Build Resiliency to Sustainability Challenges

By Kait Spielmaker in collaboration with Ryan Mores and Ashley Weisman GreenLight Solutions first appeared on my radar during Green Living Magazine’s 2019 Earth Day...

4 Ways To Have An Eco-Friendly Labor Day

Labor Day weekend is the perfect opportunity to bid adieu to summer—between neighborhood block parties, family barbecues, and even final dips into the backyard...

Active Lifestyle

Exploring CIVANA

The Valley’s first—and only—sustainable wellness resort offers a place to relax and recharge By Michelle Glicksman Nestled in the desert in Carefree sits CIVANA,...

Traveling on Trails in Arizona

By Christine A. Vogt, Ph.D. Arizona Hiking Trails Before there were roads, there were trails. Early settlers who entered Arizona from the east or south were...

Sustaining Yourself With Kickboxing & Yoga, Which is Better for Physical & Mental Health

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Want to Travel to Volunteer?

Be a sustainably-minded decision maker before you go By Lana Olsen, PH.D. Traveling to volunteer has received a lot of press coverage lately, but unfortunately most...

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Easy Ways to Keep Your Community Clean

In honor of National Clean Up the World Weekend, we’re encouraging you to step outside of your home and into your gorgeous neighboring communities—and...

Dynamic Water Technologies in Tempe urges businesses to adopt new technology to reduce industrial water use

In less than 20 years, scientists predict fresh water supplies will dry up for more than a quarter of the world’s population as megadroughts...

Dropping Acid… Fulvic acid, that is!

Most medical breakthroughs take at least 17 to 20 years to find their way from the test tube to mainstream medical practice. Some of...

Staycation in Your Chemical-Free Backyard

"We had just completed our pool renovation, and I really did not want to put traditional chemicals into our new beautiful pool. I happened...

Wellness Wednesday: Tips for Eco-Friendly Meal Prepping

We have all heard about the wonders of meal prepping—it can help you save money, allow you to eat healthier, save time, and feel...

Green is Gold

It’s No Secret: Sustainable Building is Here to Stay BY ROBRT L. PELA Martin Sempler is furious. His next-door neighbor on the quiet downtown Phoenix street where...

Pela Adds Biodegradable Sunglasses to Eco-Collection

Pela, maker of compostable alternatives to plastic, is expanding their collection of eco-friendly products to now include the world’s first sunglasses and blue light...

Building a Tiny House in Arizona – Is smaller better here in the desert?

WHAT IS CONSIDERED A TINY HOUSE IN ARIZONA In Arizona, any home built below 400 square feet falls under the category of a tiny house...

Empowering Local Businesses to Build Resiliency to Sustainability Challenges

By Kait Spielmaker in collaboration with Ryan Mores and Ashley Weisman GreenLight Solutions first appeared on my radar during Green Living Magazine’s 2019 Earth Day...

4 Ways To Have An Eco-Friendly Labor Day

Labor Day weekend is the perfect opportunity to bid adieu to summer—between neighborhood block parties, family barbecues, and even final dips into the backyard...

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