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Dry January with a Dry Brush Boost: A Detox tip for the Sober Curious Dec 31, 2023

So, you're embracing Dry January and feeling curious about a deeper cleanse? Buckle up, friend, because we're taking detox beyond simply avoiding alcohol and into the realm of dry brushing: an ancient self-care ritual with surprising superpowers.

Think of dry brushing as an invigorating dance for...

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UKandu healthLetter: SEPTEMBER 2023 ISSUE Sep 14, 2023

Mind

Dreams act as a bridge between our conscious and subconscious mind. While we sleep, our minds continue to process thoughts, emotions, memories, and experiences, allowing us to tap into hidden aspects of ourselves that may lie beneath the surface. Journaling your dreams will often reveal...

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UKandu healthLetter: AUGUST 2023 ISSUE Aug 15, 2023

Body

August heat. Stay well hydrated and approach each day with a thirst for knowledge. Link learning with your daily work out routine:. During a walk or while at the gym listen to experts on YouTube, TEDtalks, podcasts, audiobooks, or online courses.

Spirit

Share Your Knowledge: Engage in...

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UKandu healthLetter: JULY 2023 ISSUE Jul 14, 2023

BODY

Happy Baby Yoga Pose

When you're feeling stressed, strike a happy baby pose and see what happens. Sit on the floor and draw your knees close to your chest, then hold your big toes and lift your feet into the air. Allow your legs to straighten, and try to remain balanced. When we were young,...

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UKandu healthLetter: JUNE 2023 ISSUE Jun 14, 2023

BODY

These yoga postures; Standing Forward Bends, Warrior II and the Camel Pose reduce heat in the body, and increase the circulation of oxygen-rich blood helping you stay energized and cool during the summer.

Yoga Cooling Breath (Sheetali Pranayama)

Sit comfortably with a straight spine....

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UKandu healthLetter: MAY 2023 ISSUE May 14, 2023

MIND

Spring clean and declutter your mind. Everybody has negative thoughts. In fact some scientist suggest that the average human being has approximately 60,000 thoughts a day and 80% of those thoughts are negative and lead to feelings of anxiety, depression and low self-esteem. We all identify...

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Jelly Beans not Jell-O shots: Staying Sober Over Easter Apr 25, 2023

Thank God there isn’t any green beer for the approaching holiday. No mid night toast. Just jellybeans no Jell-O shots. With Easter around the corner, many families are planning get-togethers to celebrate. 

If you are newly sober a family gathering with the mix of personalities,...

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UKandu healthLetter: APRIL 2023 ISSUE Apr 15, 2023

MIND

April Fools: What is your favorite prank? The one played on me was when I flew to Tampa, FL on April 1st and the pilot said, Welcome to Miami. My other favorite was a prank I played on my son, when I took out the creamy center of Oreo cookies and replaced it with toothpaste.

SPIRIT

The April...

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Birthday gift to myself Oct 09, 2022

I was talking to a friend of mine about how my sister was going to be out of the country over my birthday in September. My friend asked me what would you do if you could do anything on your birthday?

Immediately this museum in Massachusetts came to my mind.

I had to do some research to find the...

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Time to Create Apr 14, 2019
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When is enough, enough? Apr 07, 2019
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