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Women in Wellness Q&A | Adena Rose Bright

In this world, where life is fast and furious and sometimes tough, there’s nothing more important than intimate and authentic connections with a loving community of sisters. This monthly Q&A series is all about sharing some of my favorite women in wellness and how they shape, shift and uplift others to live life more fully. It’s only fitting, as we co-lead the New Year Renewal Cleanse this month, that we welcome …

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New Years Rituals for Reflection & Integration

In the linear goal-oriented world we live in, how often do we take time to stop and reflect on where we’ve come from and feel truly grateful? Before we rush to making plans for the new year, this six step practice grants you permission to slow down and honor the path you’ve walked, so you can fully take stock of the many gifts the year has granted you and …

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Recipe Box: Winter Kitchari for Digestive Renewal

As we move from the holidays into the New Year, you may be feeling the residual effects of endless grazing on holiday fare now. That feeling of bloating, slow digestion and low energy can be a sign of accumulated toxins, known as ama. As a result of rich ingredients, poor food combining, lack of sleep and stress, we weaken our digestive system and in turn our immune system. But …

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Reading List: December 2015

Each month I’m sharing my favorite books, blogs, podcasts, playlists and more of what’s inspiring me at the moment in this “Reading List” series…

{Currently} on my nightstand:
1. Chickpea Flour Does It All by Lindsey Love
Dolly & Oatmeal’s cookbook is now out for pre-ordering! I guarantee this will be a book you read over and over, pages well-greased and stained from all the times you’ll be pulling this one to cook …

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Recipe Box: Creamy Turmeric Millet with Green Spirit Adventures

One of the greatest parts of food blogging is being able to connect with incredible artisans, makers and culinary creators from around the world.  And if there’s one thing I’ve seen in this community – there are some seriously talented women out there shaping the way we eat, think, and feel about food!  This year, I decided to launch a new series on the Vidya blog to highlight some of the kitchen goddesses out …

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