Photo by Nicole Feest at NYLONSADDLE PhotographyThere is no better way to understand the way you think and what’s going through your head than to journal. The problem I’ve found is that the act of journaling is so open-ended that...
Photo Courtesy of Jenna Mahr, @jennamahr on Instagram | Model: Hanna Voxland, @hannavoxland on Instagram“Think about how proud your past self would be if they could see you now.”I adore this quote that’s been remaking the rounds of late....
by Elyse Wild For the most up-to-date, accurate information on the current pandemic, please look to official national, state and local health department resources:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/ https://www.accesskent.com/Health/coronavirus.htm In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we encourage you to take the steps as outlined by...
How to take care of your mental health during the coronavirus pandemic As of Wednesday morning, the World Health Organization officially declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Also known as the coronavirus, the...
by Kelsey Emmanuel Movement is an essential part of life alongside sleep, nutrition, hydration and stress. All parts help us grow and evolve into the type of person we are meant to be. To become the happiest and healthiest version...
Photo by Colleen Eversman @2ndtruth on Instagram“No.” Practice it again: No, no, no. Boundaries, baby! We all need them and we all could gain from having healthier ones. With the help of Jess Doughty, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor practicing at...
Photo Courtesy of Jennifer Anderson I’ve been practicing intuitive eating for the past year and it’s completely changed the way I listen to my body. I’ve been looking for ways to help my kids eat from a more intuitive place—to...
Photo by Kelsey at A Balancing PeachAs previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: We could all use more sleep in our lives. Contributor Erin Huebscher penned this piece two years ago that’s chock-full of advice on how we...
Dr. Lasater,I recently saw my primary care doctor for an annual physical and health review. He said that my cholesterol has remained high even though I have carefully followed his earlier recommendations to eat healthier. He is concerned as...
courtesy of the American Heart Association The 2020 Grand Rapids Go Red for Women Luncheon is on Feb. 13, at Notos Old World Italian Dining. The event includes a a silent auction, a panel discussion, Q&A, lunch and more. To...
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