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The Best 3 Things You Can Do to Take the Stress Out of Your Family Adventures

by Daniel Sherwin of DadSolo.com The world is your oyster and traveling is the best way to consume it. In fact, traveling is, by far, among the greatest gifts that you can offer your children, in that they are schooled on the ways of the world…

You couldn't plan this if you tried

There are many ways to travel: in a group or solo, on an itinerary or totally winging it, or some combination of those four options. Personally, I like to plan things, even if only the night before. It helps ease my anxiety and actually gets…
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What is Qigong?

Qi is the Chinese word for Energy. Gong means Exchange or Cultivation. So Qigong then is Energy Cultivation or Energy Exchange. It's an ancient Chinese practice based on the premise that the human body is a self-healing organism - it just…
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DIY Shiatsu: Intro & Arms

Human touch has been scientifically shown to increase the functioning of your immune system, as has unwinding the nervous system. Shiatsu provides both benefits! Use this video to learn a few simple techniques to apply to your loved ones…
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The best defense against Covid-19

I’ve spent my entire career learning about the human body, how to help people heal and how to help people access their body’s natural capacity to heal itself. And I want to share my knowledge with you. The techniques and tools I want to…
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The Power of Silence

Recent studies are showing that taking time for silence restores the nervous system, helps sustain energy, and conditions our minds to be more adaptive and responsive to the complex environments in which so many of us now live, work, and lead. In…
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What's your body telling you?

Growing up, my mom taught me some invaluable life lessons. "Always leave a place nicer than you found it." "Treat others the way you want to be treated." "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything." Perhaps the one that contributes…
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Marie Kondo your Mind & Body

If you're reading this blog, it's because you, like me, love travel...and health, and wellness. The siren song of far-off destinations pulls at the corners of our minds. We yearn for the exotic flavors of foreign cuisines, the colorful contrast…
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Wisely Selfish

In my last entry, I used a phrase that I stumbled across a few years ago while I was traveling in Northern India – “wisely selfish”. This phrase, coined by the Dalai Lama, refers to an ancient teaching that suggests that “one’s…