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Food is medicine - It's so logical and so simple, and yet it's only now that we are coming back around to this way of thinking. Since the dawn of time, we've been given good resources to keep us healthy and strong. These resources? Our FOOD! We've always had foods,...read more
Online Therapy - why do it? 1. It's convenient. Online therapy is super convenient for all involved. It allows you to receive counseling during your lunch break at work from your office. Or if rushing home from work for a therapy session is an issue, stay at your...read more
I guess the middle of January is as good a time as any to lay the foundations for the start of the new year. I honestly felt a lot of pressure to "push out" a new year's blogpost or an event, or anything like that, but then I had to stop myself. I had to stop myself...read more
With the Holidays *JUST* around the corner, I know many of you may be struggling to find that special something for all the special people in your lives. Going to the store can be overwhelming, and fighting the lines/traffic can be down right anxiety-producing. So why...read more
This past Sunday, we were lead in worship to the song "Seasons" by Hillsong. By the end, I was left in tears. It was one of those songs that speaks directly to the heart, no matter the particular season you're in. It cut me to the bone. There were a couple of lines in...read more
My friend, Marissa, is working hard to open her very own coffee roastery (Casablanca Coffee Roastery) here in Wilmington, NC. She is doing the hard work, and she also came up with this genius phrase. I've been thinking about this phrase over and over again, "I look...read more
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