Time, anxiety, and doing a lot

Yes, yes, we know. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. But that doesn’t make it any easier being 200 steps in, and not sure if the road goes where you think it goes, or even if that’s where you should be going. It can be confusing, discouraging, and downright awful... Continue Reading →

Forest therapy

Shinrin-yoku. No, you can’t order it at the sushi bar. It’s the Japanese concept of forest bathing, and research is promising— spending time in the forest can lower salivary cortisol, blood pressure, and pulse, and stimulate the immune system. One study found that immune the system boost from a day out in nature persisted at... Continue Reading →

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