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Yoga for “Falling Back”

by guest blogger Holly Walck Kostura, certified Iyengar Yoga teacher This is the time of year I call “bummer”—it’s not quite fall and not quite summer, either. My heart aches as my hands pass over the shorts and sandals in the closet and reach instead for pants and shoes that cover my yoga toes. When […]

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Maria’s Five Favorites: Getting Ready for Autumn!

Autumn is coming. Fresh nips of cool air, yellow leaves, and cravings for apple-laden treats are starting to arrive. And with the crisp chill comes the desire for new, warm, and sustainable clothing to keep us cozy throughout the season. To get you ready for autumn, here are my current five seasonal favorites from Rodale’s […]

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Maria’s Five Favorites: Back-to-School Shopping for Grown Ups

While it is STILL summer (and we should enjoy every minute of it!), it’s also time to begin thinking about what we’re going to need this fall. Whether you’re getting ready for back-to-school or back-to-work, one thing’s for sure: You’re going to need to get dressed. Fortunately, there are more and more options for organic […]

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Maria’s Five Favorites: Fall Healing Essentials

Well, fall has officially arrived, with its cool temperatures, dry air, and balding trees. And while this can get some of us down (like me!)—not to mention, mess with our immune systems, skin, muscles, and hair—it can also be an opportunity to focus on ourselves. So this autumn, give yourself some “me time”! Spend some […]

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The Power of Medicinal Mushrooms

by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, integrative medicine pioneer Is it too early to start thinking about cold and flu season? Not at all. Vacations are over, the kids are back in school, and doctor’s offices have already ordered this year’s flu vaccine. The inevitable wave of viral infections can’t be far behind. Even […]

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The Year Reality Knocked

by guest blogger Renee James, essayist and blogger For every mother (and father) out there who has just wrapped up the back-to-school ritual, I offer the following, with great affection. It took me many, many years, but somewhere along the line, I think I finally figured out this whole “start the school year right” thing. […]

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Callicarpa: A Must-Have for Fall
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When I first saw Callicarpa, otherwise known as beautyberry, I thought it was a joke of some sort. Or perhaps a modern invention for gardeners who want a certain color of purple in their garden. It seems too bright, too purple, and too candy-colored to be true. But then I read about John Bartram and […]

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Gardening in Fall: What We Grow in October

by guest blogger Tim Mountz. Most people are shocked to find out that someone whose nickname is Timato loves October and fall so much. But fall is such a great time to be in the garden, with its bounty of produce, the return of much-needed rain, and the disappearance of bugs and weeds. Everything seems to slow down and say, “Go ahead, grow what you want; we’re done.”

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