A deep dive into the emotional, physical, and psychological aspects of aging Every morning, Bracha Goetz wakes up in her Baltimore home, walks to the mirror, and smiles. While the 65-year-old children’s book author sees one thing, she feels something else entirely. Click here to view the full...

Research shows that flexing your creative muscle can reduce stress and anxiety and help you get through troubled times Kathy Hagler remembers with clarity seeing a piece of art that would alter her path. “I found this Japanese vase that was really intriguing,” she says. “It...

Solutions for Surviving Stressful Times Click here to view the full digital copy of this issue.   Wow—talk about a curveball! That’s what one of my clients said at the beginning of the pandemic last year. Yes, no one saw that coming . . . the uncertainty, anxiety,...

5 Minutes with Alexis Vrotsos Click here to view the full digital copy of this issue.   As the chief people officer for Olumo, Alexis Vrotsos aims to know what makes employees happy. Olumo, based in Pleasant Grove, Utah, is a consulting agency that works with companies to...

Lauren Chelec Cafritz discovered the power of breath work in her 20s, when she was experiencing anxiety and other health conditions.   During her first breathwork session, “I could feel a panic attack coming on. My breath worker said, ‘Emotions are just energy in motion. It’s okay to relax and...

Why Helping Others Can Help You More  Between the pandemic, the economic crisis, and the social unrest we have experienced in the last 12 months, we have seen no shortage of fellow Americans who could use a helping hand.  While you may be tempted to turn the...

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