Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine is a life enhancing publication inspiring readers to explore ways to harmonize the workplace, relationships, spirituality, and body movement. Health and wellness goes well beyond the food we consume to nourish our precious bodies.
Our contributing writers share their professional insights and wellness tools, pearls of wisdom based on life experiences, and healthy recipes.
The first issue of Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine was published on May 22, 2016. Due to unforeseen events, the final edition was published May-June 2018.
The content within the digital magazine are timeless. A selection from each edition have been made available in the Body Movement, Relationships, Spirituality, Workplace and UnBox Your Kitchen sections of the website. It is an honor to share the pearls of wisdom, professional insights, stories of self-love, and delicious recipes.
"Life is an amazing adventure; it was never intended to be lived in gray-scale."
It is an honor to share with you the October/November issue of Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine.
Dr. Ginny Baro has a natural gift of elevating women to see their fullest potential. Cindy spoke with Dr. Baro about what it means to be a fearless leader in the workplace and the C.A.R.E.S. system Dr. Baro developed from her experience as an executive leader.
We celebrate the beauty of our soul, embodying our fullness and understand ways we resist love. This is a powerful issue full of self-discovery, pearls of wisdom, stories of personal transformation and kitchen-warming, savory recipes.
Get ready to live life in motion! We explore “When is the right moment to transform?” Change occurs with awareness. You’ll discover ten key principles of a heart-centered leader, learn what it means to be an ever-present pickpocket and how yoga shaped the life of a woman. CK Kochis shares how she is healing from the loss of her son and the inspiration she’s focused on for living life in motion. You’ll enjoy learning new ways to nourish your precious body with our delicious recipes, and much more.
Welcome to the anniversary issue of Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine. It’s truly been a dream come true for me. I want to express my gratitude to those who sent their condolences and held my family in their prayers during the most difficult period of my life – the death of my first born son on April 10th. All the well-wishes took a lot of the pressure off of my need to publish the April and May issues.
Join me as I wander down memory lane for a jaunt and explore what’s next in this anniversary issue of Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine.
Looking for love? Have a desire to experience the kind only you can give yourself? You’ll find it on the pages of this month’s issue of Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine. From getting support to following through on personal promises, to putting yourself first, to allowing love to flow internally. In my conversation with Natasha Botkin, we explore the essence of self-love, and allowing ourselves to honor and respect all aspects of who we are. This is the most powerful self-love issue yet!
Are you following your heart or the recycled voices in your head? Inside the February issue of Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine we share our personal stories and pearls of wisdom of transformation. Reba Linker is featured on this month's cover, during our interview we explore the concept of starting a heart centered business. Savor the recipes and learn about unboxing your kitchen.
We embrace joy and change with grace in the first issue of 2017. Life brings us many opportunities to evolve and strengthen our heart connection. Enjoy my conversation with Debra Oakland, author of Change Your Movie Change Your Life. Grab your copy and explore the various elements for a healthier life and making choices to support a growing love of self. We hope you savor the recipes our contributor’s shared with us and learning about our new UnBox Your Kitchen cookbook series.
Welcome to the December issue. We are concluding this year with grace and celebrating the spirit of 2017. This month we are exploring the intentions of resolutions, the reasons we procrastinate, and revisiting holidays of yester-year. Grab this issue and read about various elements for a healthier life and making choices to support a growing love of self. We hope you enjoy making the recipes our writer's shared with us. Our December cover is graced by Kate Clarke, Holistic Health Coach.
Katt Tozier, featured on the November cover, is Making a Difference One Indomitable Woman at a Time. Rachel Kieffer writes about one woman's story of healing. Peggy Nolan offers tips to de-stress the holidays, Ruthie Lewis reminds us our feelings are real. We witness the seasons with Jen Flick. Natasha Botkin shares how we sense our guidance, and Reba Linker writes about loving life. Jenn Ryan helps us to keep the blues away. In the Kitchen, find delicious recipes to satisfy your hunger.
Jill Celeste is “Making a Difference One Marketing Foundation at a Time” & offers tips for overcoming market plan reluctance. Kat Tozier evolves her freedom to speak. Sheryl Cook shares her autoimmune journey. Jenn Ryan experience's the flow of relationships. Rachel Kieffer offers better ways of eating. Joni Advent Mahr shares how sensual pleasure melts away stress, Tae Lynne shares the benefits of pool exercise, & Natasha Botkin restores energies with autumn. Healthy, seasonal recipes.
Making A Difference in September is Jenn Ryan's story “Art as Therapy.” Reba Linker asks what size fits your needs. Rachel Kieffer shares a woman’s career choice as she faces pressure to lose weight. Eddie Mullins shares insight on listening to our voice. Natasha Botkin sheds light on how it feels to let love in, and Donna Genovese tells how she is healing from migraines. Kat Tozier wrote about yoga and the zen of canning. Enjoy the delicious recipes, including Tae Lynne’s Pumpkin Tea Bread.
Lisa Wamsley is 'Making a Difference One Act of Self-Care at a Time'. Rica Lewis shares how she transformed procrastination with into action steps. Rachel Kieffer writes of one woman's relationship with food, and Kat Tozier concludes her three-part series on power of yoga. Natasha Botkin takes us “into the woods”, and Kimberley Andrews tells us about her experience with oil of oregano. Eddie Mullins shares his insights and Sherry Lord explains the value of allowing relationships to evolve.
Rachel Kieffer, a.k.a. the Health Nut Girl, graces the cover of the June issue of Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine and featured in our Making A Difference series. This month Reba Linker shares a warm mug of tea with us, Kat Tozier offers creative ways to be productive and the healing power of yoga, Natasha Botkin and Lore Raymond share childhood memories, and social media is on the grill. We have lots of wonderful recipes to share this month, including Tae Lynne's Grilled Romaine.
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The contributing writers posses a special calling to share their pearls of wisdom, personal experiences and guide others on their journey of exploring the elements for a healthier life. We are the teachers, coaches, gurus, individuals with first-hand knowledge of what it feels like to be out of synch with life and immersed in true joy.
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