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Who knew that making your own body lotion could be so easy? Using only three ingredients, you can whip up and customize your own lotion. Start with a base ingredient—something like cocoa … more
It’s always inspiring to meet someone who is so passionate about what they do. Sarah Simons says Pilates found her in her early twenties and she has been a devotee ever since, training in New … more
I’ve never understood people who sleep away the morning. To me, it’s one of the most beautiful times of the day and one of my most productive. more
Ayurveda—big word, simple concept. Well, maybe not that simple. But if the ancient Indian medicinal treatment says it’s OK to take naps and go to bed when you’re tired, I’m on … more
As the earth awakens, sending up tender green shoots and coming alive with birdsong, we, too, shake off our winter slumber and stretch our creaky limbs. It’s time to step outdoors and feel the … more
Behind a tightly closed door in my own home, I hear heavy breathing and even some grunting as frigid air comes rushing through the cracks. Could it be that a wild animal broke a window and then stole … more
It seems as if there’s a new diet that comes out every single day. The choices of diets to follow can be overwhelming. From classic diets like low-fat to new trendier ones like the Paleo diet, … more
Think about how you stand. Is your back straight? Are your shoulders aligned? Are your hips in line with your knees? Think about how you sit. How you walk. How you move. Most people don’t think … more
Swedish and therapeutic, pre- and post-natal, cranial-sacral and myofascial release: the world of massage therapy is as broad and diverse as the individuals it serves. Jackie Rutledge, who instructs … more
The notion of a “superfood” is one that has probably become overworked in today’s too-often faddy diet scene. While most of the items that find their way onto these lists can … more
On April 8, for the second year in a row, The Cooperage in Honesdale, PA hosted a runway show of fashions available at stores in the Upper Delaware region. Local models did a stellar job walking the … more
A Japanese ancestryThe term 森林浴 “shinrin-yoku,” forest bathing, was coined by Tomohide Akiyama, the then director general of the Japanese Forestry Agency in 1982. In that year, the … more
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