Perks of a Social Media Pause

By Raphaella Brice I’ve been connected to the digital world ever since I got my first cellphone at age 15. Although I didn’t have the luxury of owning the latest Razr phone like the rest of my classmates in 6th grade, I’ve had the opportunity to own many different Apple products (minus the time I got pick-pocketed in Spain and…

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Jacqui on Voyage: Gold Coast, Part 1

By Jacqui Gray  Just look at the photos of where I spent the last few days; is there really any need for words?!    It wouldn’t be much of a blog without a few words, hey? Here are some words that come to mind when I reminisce on my latest trip: amazing coastlines, pristine, personal sandy beaches, wicked surf spots…

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Bon Voyage: Day-Tripping in the Low Countries

By Raphaella Brice What is something uncommon in America? Day trips. It’s not a conversation-starter, but if you mention visiting Spain for vacation or hiking the Citadel in Budapest, you’ll capture everyone’s attention, guaranteed. While in Belgium, my friends and I spent our weekends traveling to various cities within or even outside the country during the day, returning home around…

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Puppy Love

By B. Chase Wall Adopting an animal can do a lot more than provide a better life for a furry friend; it can actually improve your own life. I’m sure all animal lovers can agree! Adopting a puppy can leave such a positive impact on you and your life. This is especially true for someone who suffers from depression and/or…

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Foods to Combat Anxiety

By B. Chase Wall Anxiety is something that can be hard to combat, even though it is a commonly shared struggle for many people. In this day and age, anxiety is almost inevitable due to the high expectations that we place on ourselves and each other. Luckily, we have the resources readily available to help ease our daily stressors. So,…

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Alkaline Recipe

By Jonathan Glass Eating an Alkaline-rich diet is a great way to maintain health and optimal weight. An pH imbalance in the blood decreases the negative electrical charge on a cell’s membrane and causes the red blood cells to stick together. This leads to thick, sticky blood and impaired circulation (especially to the extremities), which brings our body temperature down and…

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How We Erroneously Define Our Potential

[Goop] Peter Crone is not a psychotherapist. Instead, he refers to himself as a “mind architect,” whose sole goal is helping people understand how their own perceptions and their own self-limiting beliefs and words have shaped their reality—a reality that might not actually jive with a more objective and less distorted point of view. Crone sees his role as calling…

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Jacqui on Voyage: Offshore (Part 1)

By Jacqui Gray This journey involves travel and voyages, but it is not about a specific travel destination. For the last three years I have taken contracts working at sea. STOP right there! Dispel those romantic images from your mind immediately– this was no super yacht or cruise liner.  Ever heard of sub sea construction? Yeah, I had no idea either.  Basically, I worked…

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