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Tropical Kiwi Yogurt Parfait

Get a good night’s sleep with this tropical-inspired parfait combination that includes foods rich in potassium, calcium, magnesium and tryptophan – key nutrients that play a role in sleep. Added bonus: kiwi has specifically been linked to improved sleep. Serving… Continue Reading →

Ways to Get Outside This Summer

By: Molly Thomas It’s the middle of the summer for most of us and you may be needing some inspiration on new ways to get outside. Especially in college, most of us have a three month long summer. Hopefully you’ve… Continue Reading →

Tie-dye Scrunchies

Combining two timeless trends: tie-dye and scrunchies! This craft is perfect for the summer, whether you do it on your own with friends, at a birthday or a grad party, at summer camp, the opportunities are endless!  I recommend purchasing… Continue Reading →

The Importance of a Healthy Gut

Have you ever thought about your gut? Over the last couple years there has been a significant increase in research about the gut which is actually called the microbiome. Although our gut AKA microbiome is not on the forefront of… Continue Reading →

Blueberry Banana Bread

This low added sugar banana blueberry bread made with whole grains and flax seed is ultra moist and fluffy, loaded with antioxidants from blueberries and the sweet taste of bananas. Serving Size: 1 slice | Yield: 2 loaves or 20… Continue Reading →

A Little June Motivation

Summer has officially started and it is a blessing and a curse when it comes to staying motivated. So what exactly does motivation mean? Motivation is defined as a desire, reason, or willingness to behave or act in a particular… Continue Reading →

4th of July Garland

Necessities: Scrapbook paper Scissors Ribbon/string Hole puncher What are your plans for the Fourth of July? If you’re looking for a way to decorate, look no further! Here is a perfectly fitting craft for this month!  Step 1:  Pick out… Continue Reading →

What In The World Is Heritage Travel?

By: Bailey Gaffney Before getting into the different types and ways to participate in heritage tourism/travel, it’s important to know what it is! According to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Heritage Tourism is “traveling to experience the places, artifacts and activities that… Continue Reading →

White Bean Mango Salad

Eating legumes are linked to improved cognition. This salad combines white beans with fresh mango and veggies, tossed with fresh lime juice and extra virgin olive oil – MIND diet approved! Serving Size: ½ cup | Yield: 10 Servings |… Continue Reading →

Physical Fitness Month

What comes to mind when you think of physical fitness? Many people might imagine working out in a gym at an intense pace or defining physical fitness by the size of muscles. This is not the case! Physical fitness is… Continue Reading →

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