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Interviewed by Susan Lutz, ATH Editor of Organic Living

Pregnancy can offer challenges on the organic path - from finding time and energy to shop and cook, to managing health and stress and of course, ultimately the birth. Lauren, author of Ginger is the New Pink: My journey towards healing with vegan whole foods, and editor at Crazysexylife.com returns to All Things Healing to share some of her experiences of keeping up with a healthy life for her and her baby on the way...


by Carolyn Koehnline, MA, LMHC

I’ve been interested in clutter since the late 1980s when I was in graduate school studying to be a psychotherapist. At the same time that I was learning to look at the world through psychological eyes I was also making my living with a small housecleaning business. That’s when I found out that all kinds of intelligent, interesting, creative people were overwhelmed with daily life and confused about what to keep and what to let go. I wasn’t alone...

 

Editor’s Note from Susan de Wardt: Here’s a practical article that speaks to a topic that confronts so many of us:  what to do with all the ‘stuff’ in our lives! Clutter Consultant Carolyn Koehnline uses writing techniques to clear the mind as you clear your space.


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by Danielle Ofri

Toxic sock syndrome. That’s the first thing we noticed when we entered the hospital room. For those gentle readers who are not familiar with such sensory assault, toxic sock syndrome is the clinical term for the rank odor that accompanies damp, fetid feet that have seen more street time than shower time...


Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: Doctor, Writer, Professor of Medicine - Danielle Ofri dispenses poetry to her patients and medical students to remind them that 'medicine (and life) consists of far more' than can be learned in school.

 

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by Jessica Ray

This is a question I have asked myself a number of times and I finally have taken the time to find the answer. My understanding is that organic refers to how food is grown whereas natural refers to how food is made/produced or processed. Of course this is an over simplified definition so I'll break it down further...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: If it's "all natural" it's good for me? Right? Not so fast. Natural could mean loads of sugar. Natural could mean bleach. Natural could mean just about anything as regulation for the world natural doesn't exist. Sounds good on the package, but look twice. Organic means organic, which naturally means natural. There is a difference.

 

Organic Living


by Lynn Zambrano

Identifying your best qualities is the first step in increasing your self-esteem and raising your vibrational energy. Looking into the mirror and seeing your true self without judgment gives you a foundation to grow from...

 

Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: Great tips on how to use a journal to discover your authentic self.

 

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from Cornucopia

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in one of the most heavily used herbicide in the world: Monsanto’s Roundup. The industry claims that Roundup is quite safe, but authors of a recent article in the scientific journal Entropy reach a very different conclusion...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: “Contrary to the current widely-held misconception that glyphosate is relatively harmless to humans, the available evidence shows thatglyphosate may rather be the most important factor in the development of multiple chronic diseases and conditions that have become prevalent in Westernized societies.”  This quote should move us all to the read the following article and understand how deep and profound the poisons that we eat carry through so many foods, so many places we don't even think to look.

 

Organic Living


by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

Farms are handed down from generation to generation, at least until now. With the average age of a farmer climbing to near 60, who's going to run the farm? Many children, once thought a natural to take over farms, leave for the city life or other careers...

 

 

 

Organic Living


by Asoka Selvarajah
Cross-posted from WakingTimes.com

Each of us is connected with the Divine. The Higher Self within us far transcends the understanding of our conscious minds...

 

Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: You CAN write your way to higher-consciousness.

 

 

 

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