Our community is a diverse and talented group of individuals dedicated to being By HER Side through breast cancer. HER Community is a monthly series that introduces you to the many faces of Unite for HER.
Spring has sprung and there is no better time to plant a garden. Not your bag? It’s easier than you might think. An herb garden can be as simple as some dirt, a few seeds and a pot! They’re a great way to venture into the world of gardening because they’re easy, convenient and can be grown in a container. PLUS growing your own herbs saves you money and may even inspire a new recipe.
The return of Spring means getting back outside! We love a variety of outdoor activities, going to the zoo, visiting LinVilla Orchards and other farms/farmer’s markets, but a true favorite of the boys is simply, the playground. Who doesn’t love going to the playground – it’s got everything! Slides, sandboxes, swings, steps, seesaws, other playmates for the boys, other moms for me, and the list goes on…but while it is a terrific outlet physically, it is a germaphobe’s nightmare.
Sipping on a cold and refreshing smoothie or juice is a great way to stay refreshed and hydrated during the warmer months. I often get asked whether it is better to blend or juice fruits and veggies and it seems that many are confused by these terms.
We are excited to announce our new monthly Blog series, “HER Community” to introduce you to the dedicated team at Unite for HER. In this series you will meet our community who pledge to be By HER Side through breast cancer. We kick off this series with none other than our Founder, President, and inspirational leader, Sue Weldon, on our 100th Wellness Day.
Finally, we are showing signs of spring! This winter provided us with plenty of snow and cold, and we are all ready for fresh air and greenery. Plus, this time of year always gets me excited to start thinking about my own home-grown garden goodies.
Spring is a great time of year to clear out the clutter in your life but that doesn’t need to be limited to your closets, basement and garage.
When is the last time your gave your kitchen or freezer a good spring cleaning? Purging unnecessary belongings has many benefits from saving you time and money to decreasing stress. In regards to your kitchen, purging old food is a great way to check in on your health intentions and to make sure you are not consuming food past their prime which is not so good,
While our March weather clings to the cold and snow of winter, the extra time indoors is a great way to prepare for spring and partake in the traditional rite of spring cleaning. This year, instead of reaching for traditional products that often contain harsh chemicals, opt for more natural cleaners to cleanse and detox your home in a healthy way.
Is your winter skin feeling dry and irritated? Learn here from our friends at Young Living about how to use essential oils to restore your skin for the new season.
For centuries many cultures have looked to essential oils to enhance their daily lives, perform religious rites, support wellness, and wear as perfumes. Not only are essential oils extremely versatile but many also contain naturally occurring constituents that are practically made for one particular usage: beautifying the skin.
Eating well does not have to mean dieting or deprivation. It’s easier to staying motivated and to feel good about your choices when your intentions feel positive and achievable. Let go of any negative or complicated nutrition goals and give these five simple intentions a try instead.
Focus on a positive intention. This is so important. Positive intentions create positive results. Enough of the self-deprecation. Try this on for size: “I eat to nourish my body.” Nourishing foods are whole foods like vegetables,