Creating a Healthy Balance

December 25, 2017

The path to wellness takes more work in a world where technology distracts and disconnects us Conventional wisdom has long held that living a healthy life means eating well and getting enough exercise. Both are true enough, but those are just two pieces of a much bigger picture.

Forty years ago, the founders of the National Wellness Institute came up with six tenets they identified as necessary to living a healthy life: physical, social, intellectual, spiritual, emotional and occupational.

One is no more important than the other, according to Matt Lund, the institute’s …

Finding Wellness Via Travel

December 25, 2017

Whether local or international, planned or spontaneous, travel keeps the mind and body sharp John Munson enjoys fishing so much, his …

Our Photo Roots

December 25, 2017

Several years back, while asking students during the first week of classes where they were from, a football player shared …

Communities Lead Wellness Initiative

December 25, 2017

Live longer by applying principles shared by people who have lived to 100 years old For people in The Dalles, Oregon, …

New Year, New Breakfasts

Morning Oasis Overnight Oats 1½ cups quick oats 1 teaspoon chia seeds 2 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk 1/8 teaspoon iodized salt 3 tablespoons organic wildflower honey, divided ¼ cup quinoa, toasted ¼ cup whole almonds, toasted 1 mango, sliced ¼ cup chopped coconut .45 …

Easy Dinners During the Holiday Rush

  Easy Drumstick-Quinoa Sheet Pan Supper 8 to 10 chicken legs 1 fennel bulb 1 large yellow onion, sliced 1 large red onion, sliced 2 garlic cloves, sliced 3 medium-sized potatoes, cubed 1 orange (1/4 cup juice and zest) …

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