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Wonderfulness Mentor
Sharing wellness practices with the wonderful twist of glamour, pleasure, and luxury
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 23
French food goes Primal? I’ll definitely by checking this book out!
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 22
I often think of myself as lazy and prone to procrastination, so this article hit home.
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 21
“...the No. 1 barrier to self-compassion is fear of being complacent and losing your edge. And all the research shows that’s not true. It’s just the opposite...’.”
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 20
If you’re a regular reader of The Wonderfulness Program, you’re familiar with the endocannabinoid system. Here's an excellent primer on its importance.
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 19
Am I the only one who considers interior decorating part of the Play Facet?
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 18
Eating in a way that helps you grow beautiful hair will also support your overall health–it’s not just vanity!
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 18
How convenient that this truck is parked in…
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 17
Have you tried cassava flour? It makes fabulous buttery biscuits. I’m going to try this blend next time…
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 16
These are fabulous shoulder stretches–try any or all of them!
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 16
Know this: You're chasing feelings more than facts. The other important part: You’re imagining those feelings. The Wonderfulness Program Fundamentals launches Mon, 7-2-18!
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 15
Provided it’s from pastured, grass-fed animals, butter’s actually good for you!
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 14
What you deem a weakness may actually be a strength. Welcome to the concept of neurodiversity.
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 13
Have you ever had a lucid dream? I used to enjoy them regularly, but it’s a skill I quit practicing. I think it’s time to rectify that…
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 12
Lifting weights helps ease depression. Appreciate this, too: “They determined that the amount of the weights had little to no impact on mental health.”
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 11
I can’t speak for the efficacy of Seed’s product line, but this article on the microbiome is very informative.
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 8
If you have a Trader Joe's near you, you can get some great, good-for-you deals. I'd stay away from any single-serving packages, though. We don't need to create that much waste.
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 7
I understand the argument but I only agree with the weight part of it, because let's face it...you look wonderful!
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 6
"Our ancestors may not have been rich, but they had an abundance of leisure."
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 5
I've never considered reading a wellness activity before, though it's one of my favorite pastimes.
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Wonderfulness Mentor Jun 4
Is fiber the most healthy thing ever for you? Not really. The fact is, it's complicated. But do you know what actually is effective for your health--and simple, too? Eating more vegetables!
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