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Leave everything you can’t carry. Here is one strategy to aide you in tackling messy areas of your life, and help you to feel more confident, organized, and productive. By Kryn Dykema.
May 30th – A day of dirt, beer and music, the Lyons Outdoor Games hosts adventure- sporting fun alongside the Oskar Blues Burning Can Festival to raise funds for the flood-recovering Town of Lyons Parks, Recreation and Cultural Department.
What if the driving force of human progress is not survival of the fittest, but rather survival of the kindest? An interview of Marc Ian Barasch by Ravi Dykema.
Famed actress and octogenarian Bette Davis said getting older isn’t for sissies. Include at least five of the following 15 foods in your diet every day and feel younger, longer. By Lisa Turner.
Author Courtney Rubin plugs us Coloradoans as the archetypical vegans by quoting a 22 Days vegan challenge partner who says, “You picture someone who lives in Colorado that doesn’t wear deodorant.” By Ravi Dykema.
A little-understood health risk: long term, low-level inflammation causes disease and premature death. But there is much you can do to reduce it. By Chris O’Brien.
New science linking our microbiome to higher brain functions like intuition is emerging. By John Douillard, DC.
A good short list of what you ought to be paying attention to this presidential-campaign season. By Ravi Dykema.
Many times a drug/procedure/medical device costs one tenth as much abroad as it does here. What do they have there that we don’t have other than better medical outcomes in most cases!? By Ravi Dykema.
Got goals? The real success of reaching your goals is the joy and flow along the way. The goalposts are just a means to get you there. By Ginger Withee, Spiritual Facilitator in the STANDING IN THE LIGHT® program.
Stressed out? Bodywork may be a good investment. By Wendy Underhill.
Thought you were protected? Think again. By John Douillard, D.C.
Being Ordained into the Order of Melchizedek was not only one of the highlights of my spiritual path but was even more a feeling of coming home. That feeling that you know about yourself when you are accepted and acknowledged as the true version of yourself. I welcomed the knowingness of myself as the authentic me! By Lori Rock
One war during my lifetime stands out as the most awful. It ended 40 years ago on April 30, 1975 when Saigon fell to “the enemy.” By Ravi Dykema
More phone calls are made on Mother’s Day than any other day of the year. These holiday chats with Mom often cause phone traffic to spike by as much as 37 percent according to History.com. Ever wonder how it all started?
Visit local backyard chicken coops by participating in a 6-8 mile leisurely bike ride in and around Fort Collins. Presented by the Sustainable Living Association.
Gratitude as a daily practice creates a very distinct perspective on your life. One that is broad, expansive, open and free.
By Noelle Vignola, LCSW, CPC
So meditation is hot. But is the hedge fund manager at Goldman Sachs really meditating? By Ravi Dykema
Time to start planning your summer adventures! This year include a hike from Aspen to Crested Butte and back again. Wendy Underhill tells you how.
To deal with cravings before they arise, we must deal with the reasons the body sounds the alarm. Here are the top five reasons the body sounds the “Craving Alarm.” By John Douillard, DC
The Tulips are blooming! Time to visit Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall and/or Denver’s Botanic Gardens. Read more to find out about special events.
Troubled Waters. There’s too little falling in California, too much injected underground in Oklahoma; who’s responsible? By Ravi Dykema
Living in our modern world, our bodies get pretty grubby inside. A well-designed detox can make you feel more focused and energetic. By Lisa Turner
Don’t forget about the oldies but goodies – The Nexus Archives!
Humorous Quips on Electile Dysfunction and the Modern Politician by Swami Beyondananda