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How to Be an Informed Voter

How to Be an Informed Voter
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Voting is one of our greatest privileges as citizens, and yet typically, only about half of eligible voters exercise that right in elections (less during mid-term elections). If there is anything that the last two years has proved, it is that elections matter (and they have consequences). And while it’s easy to make excuses to…

October’s Theme: Spiritual Wellness

October’s Theme: Spiritual Wellness
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When I started this year long wellness challenge I didn’t put a ton of planning into how each month would go or when we would focus on different themes, but the timing of this month’s challenge feels just right. October’s theme is spiritual wellness. At…

Why You Should Vote and How to Register

Why You Should Vote and How to Register
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Today is National Voter Registration Day. Voter turnout for elections in America have historically been low. The last two elections, average turnout was around 58% and for midterm elections it was closer to 40% of eligible voters. The midterms are six weeks away and this…

September Book Club: The Great Alone

September Book Club: The Great Alone
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And the winner is… Kristin Hannah’s The Great Alone. I’m slightly embarrassed to admit this book has been sitting on a shelf in my bedroom for months. I’ve heard such great things, I thought it would be a great option for our first official month of…

Why (and How) I Switched to Natural Deodorant

Why (and How) I Switched to Natural Deodorant
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It was a little over a year ago that I started to focus on clean beauty products. I was eating super healthy and trying to be mindful of where my food was coming from, but I was’t paying much attention to what I was putting…