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CORRECTION TO NOVEMBER'S NEWS:
On page 7, we identified Renee Ellis's office move as WellnessWorks; her business is correctly "Live Your Knowing." Live Your Knowing has moved from the Renaissance Center in Denver to Creekside at Highline Office Park, 1211 S Parker Rd in Denver. Renee is a professional in wellness and psychology with a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology; a certified Pilates and Yoga instructor; certified smoking cessation counselor; and registered massage therapist. Contact Renee at 720-984-9575 or renee@liveyourknowing.com


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DECEMBER issue

What you will find in the DEC 2016 issue:

NATIONAL ARTICLES

Heal Adrenal Fatigue Naturally
plus Management of Adrenal Fatigue by Dr Sujatha Reddy in Lakewood, and
Adrenal Fatigue vs Dysregulation by Dr Ian Hollaman in Boulder


Workplace Wisdom: Mindfulness in Corporate Life
plus Mindfulness in Motion by Denise O'Malley of Jumpstart2Success

Healthy Holiday Libations: Restorative Drinks Revive Good Cheer

Krista Tippett on Our Evolving Spirituality

LOCAL ARTICLES

Crown Chakra Healing By Catherine Morgan, angel intuitive

Self-Forgiveness by Randy Ferguson of the Love, Courage and Achievement Project

Headaches? Ask Your Dentist by Scott Stewart, DDS

Self-Care Tips for the Holidays by Paula Robbins

BOOK REVIEW: Dropping the Struggle: Seven Ways to Love the Life You Have by Roger Housden


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JANUARY 2017 ISSUE:
5th ANNUAL HEALTHY LIVING DIRECTORY

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DEC Extras

Holiday Gift Guide pages

LOVING LARGE
Scientists Say We’re All Connected
True love is not something reserved exclusively for soulmates, couples, children, friends or family. Observations by sages for millennia and by enlightened scientists more recently are increasingly aligned with the point of view articulated by renowned meditation teacher Jack Kornfield that true love and awareness—a sense of universal connectivity and the idea that divinity, or the sacred, is found in all things—are indistinguishable.

FITNESS 2017
New Year’s Resolutions that Stick
Every January, we rally our hopes, vowing that this time our New Year’s resolutions will finally stick. However, “If you don’t have a plan, plan to fail,” says Kansas City, Missouri, personal trainer Jake Albracht. We can make our health and fitness goals for 2017 a reality instead of just wishful thinking.

Healthy Holiday LIBATIONS recipes:
Blood Orange French 75, Holiday Sangria, Fresh Hot Ginger Tea, Fresh Hot Peppermint Tea, Meyer Lemon Hot Toddy

A Gorgeously Greener Holiday
Fresh Thinking About Décor
Nature’s holiday decorations can transcend cliché pine wreaths or farmed trees to make highly personalized indoor décor that supersedes traditional greenery. Yet mistletoe, holly leaves and berries, eucalyptus, poinsettias, tree needles, acorns and a cut tree’s water reservoir can be harmful to both pets and children. Here are some better choices.

Merry Munching
Sugar-Free Treats Kids Love
When sugar was a commodity only the wealthy could afford, “visions of sugarplums” danced in the heads of children ensconced in Clement Moore’s ’Twas the Night Before Christmas. Now, cheap candy is everywhere and not all that special. What is special is making memories aligned with contemporary traditions while enjoying naturally sweet, healthy treats that kids will remember helping to create.

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