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March 2017

March 2017

As I write this on what is most typically a snow-filled and chilly day in mid-February (it’s no secret we work ahead at Nature’s Pathways), it is instead 60 degrees and sunny.

It’s as if Mother Nature has given us a head start on all the spring season brings. Crystal M Hill from Yoga Elements captures that perfectly in her article on page 20: “March 20 marks the spring equinox. This signifies the first official day of spring and the moment the sun crosses the equator. It is common to celebrate this date as a time for cleansing and rebirth.”

Spring is like a reset button — whether it is a resurgence in the motivation you need to keep your New Year’s resolutions going, the start of new goals or simply a wakeup call for your attitude.

The sentiment also coincides perfectly with our cover story this month. The Kaldas Center for Fertility, Surgery & Pregnancy, S.C. believes genuinely in their mission to provide a different experience for their patients, one that is the epitome of a reawakening: to know there is always hope.

Here’s to keeping optimism at the center of our lives this spring!

“Doing the right thing” is often a phrase tossed around without giving much thought to what it means or how it’s accomplished. Even writing about what it means to do the right thing has proven to be difficult, but it’s worth the effort. Winston Churchill once wrote, “You can always…
The mission of Life’s Journey Wellness is to serve the whole person: mind, body and soul. We do this by providing clients with high quality, evidence-based integrative services delivered by our collaborative team of committed, professional practitioners. The vision of Life’s Journey Wellness is to empower people to heal and…
After the new baby comes home partners tend to not only feel neglected, but can often feel as though they don’t know how to bond with baby. Other than feeding a bottle to the new baby, there are a lot of ways partners can bond. Here are a few ideas:…
As prevalent as prescription medications are, all-natural remedies for common illnesses and conditions are still a viable alternative to prescription medications for many people. But are these all-natural options safe? In 2011, Apple founder Steve Jobs lost his battle with pancreatic cancer. Reports indicate that Jobs, a devout Buddhist, delayed…
March 20 marks the spring equinox. This signifies the first official day of spring and the moment the sun crosses the equator. It is common to celebrate this date as a time for cleansing and rebirth. Many use this as an opportunity to deep clean the home and purge clutter!…
My mom used to tell me, “The Lord puts us in situations and through things so that we can help others that have to go through those same things.” When I was diagnosed with cancer in 2008 I had no idea how true that statement would be in my life.…
When a child yells, “I don’t care!” do you wonder what’s really going on for them? Or have you felt frustrated with a child who shuts down and refuses to try? Have you ever held a child who cried but couldn’t put words to their tears? It can certainly feel…
With spring here, it’s no surprise that many people are considering ways to step out of their technology-driven lives and search for activities that can offer a connection to nature. So why not consider gardening? Research shows that not only will gardening transform your living space but it may also…
Companion animals bring great joy to their owners. The unconditional love cats and dogs provide appeals to people of all ages. While many people associate pets with kids who can’t wait to welcome the first cat or dog into their homes, pets can benefit aging men and women as well.…
Assisted living is a term that is unsatisfactory for many elderly, for they consider assisted living as loss of independence and being neglected by caregivers and family. However, today’s assisted living communities are a far cry from the nursing home of yesteryear. Assisted living communities, and yes — community and…
Springtime is a symbol for transformation, a time for change and a time for becoming. Once barren trees bring forth buds, leafs and flowers. Bulbs gracefully rise up through the soil as the entire landscape comes alive, a diverse palate of brilliant color. The caterpillar prepares for a complete metamorphosis…
Identity theft is a pervasive problem. According to figures from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, an estimated 17.6 million people, or about 7 percent of U.S. residents age 16 or older, were victims of at least one incident of identity theft in 2014. Identity theft is not just a problem…
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