Northeast Wisconsin
June 2017

June 2017

“Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.” —Jim Rohn

It is with this quote in mind that Nature’s Pathways has made a big leap in altering something that we have always held close to our hearts: our logo!

After 11 years in print, we shifted to a new size, improved print quality and upgraded paper in January, and we began assessing ourselves from the inside out. We are so grateful to continue to be in your homes, offices and storefronts each month, and like in any lasting relationship, we want to keep things fresh and exciting.

We’re always appreciative to also be able to do so by providing the kind of content we ourselves like to read: insightful, educational and relevant. Our June issue is full of exactly that: from articles on proper sunscreen usage to revelations on why fitting in fitness is important.

Dr. Martin Rudd and Suzanne Lawrence of UW Colleges Northeast Region grace our cover and on page 28 tell us all their Continuing Education program offers our communities. We were blown away by the variety, and think you will be too!

Whether it’s an outside to inside transformation or vice versa, we hope you take time to reflect on what might need a little makeover in your life — we’d love to hear your stories on social media.

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Dr. Gabriele Machacek, a General Practitioner and Associate Physician in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Austria, will give a lecture in Appleton, Oshkosh and Green Bay this June about a natural, cost-free way of attaining healing and help through the teachings of Bruno Groening. Bruno Groening made headlines in 1950’s post-war…
It’s June, and as the famous lyrics say, “School’s out for summer!” But does education ever really end? The process of learning never stops … There is limitless subject matter on the spectrum — after all, it is simply adding something new to our knowledge base, something we’ve not encountered…
“Our deep respect for the land and its harvest is the legacy of generations of farmers who put food on our tables,preserved our landscape and inspired us with a powerful work ethic.” —James H. Douglas, Jr. It’s hard to dislike June. The sun seems to shine a little brighter, we…
Many people in the market for new vehicles intend to lease or finance a car once they find the make and model they want. Such an approach will necessitate a credit check. Credit checks make some consumers, even those who have relatively good credit, uncomfortable. But when managed well, credit…
Yohimbe is an evergreen tree native to western Africa. It has a compound called yohimbine in its bark. The bark is used to make extracts, tablets and capsules. In parts of Africa, tea made from yohimbe bark has been used as an aphrodisiac (to increase sexual desire). Yohimbe is used…
Vegetarian, Gluten free - Serves 4 Ingredients ½ cup pre-rinsed quinoa 1 cup water 3 cups (15 ounces) watermelon, diced in ½ inch cubes ½ cup crumbled feta cheese ½ cucumber, weighing 5 ounces Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette ½ cup loosely packed fresh cilantro ¼ cup freshly squeezed lime juice ¼…
It may not be noticeable to the typical household, but chances are you or someone you know works in or owns a business that operates heavy equipment. You might be thinking that as a distributor of forklift, warehouse, construction and agriculture equipment, sustainable efforts are, at best, minimal. However, with…
Hearing aids have become very sophisticated over the years, with features undreamt of just a generation ago. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the advent of wireless connectivity. Thanks to the proliferation of Bluetooth® technology, today’s hearing devices are more versatile than ever, and featuring unparalleled sound quality and…
There’s a dragon that lives in each of us, one that both drives us to where we need to go in life and makes it hard to get there at the same time. Why the conflict? Well you might be at odds if you were cut in two as well,…
The days are getting longer; it is gardening season and time to work on your yard and plant your garden. Gardening can be a relaxing and enjoyable form of exercise, but if done improperly it can result in injuries. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in 2010, more…
Karla Wolfinger looked back recently, wondering where 25 years have gone. The Larry Wolfinger Charity Golf Outing she started planning immediately after her husband’s funeral in 1992 has grown beyond anything she imagined. The 25th annual event Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29 at Countryside Golf Course in Kaukauna…
“It’s not what we don’t know that bothers me. It’s what we think we know that ain’t so.” That is so appropriate for this article. Perhaps one of the most oft repeated myths, which so many people believe is that nutritional supplements are not regulated. How many times have you…
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