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Learn the Power of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)
Mixers and Events
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Saturday, 14 February 2015 16:27

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Facilitated by Mia Simmons, Certified EFT Practitioner

Hosted by To Health! Home of Head-Over-Heels Gymnastics

365 Quintana Rd, Morro Bay

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration Fee $20

For Reservations Contact Mia Simmons

805.528.7586 - email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Visit www.miasimmons.com to learn more about EFT

 
Check Out These Jobs in Energy Sustainability...
News
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Wednesday, 04 March 2015 11:57

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If you are looking for a ‘Green Job’ in energy, we’ve got good news: energy is a vital part of the American economy and clean energy continues to grow nationwide. If you are into powering the future while reducing pollution, perhaps a career in clean energy or sustainability is a good fit for you. Sure, engineering or solar panel installation jobs are a couple of literal choices, but there are many fun, fascinating paths you can pursue to be a sustainable energy professional. Read more: http://www.gracelinks.org/blog/4842/get-to-work-jobs-in-energy-sustainability

 
Sustainability Now Key Selling Point for Business Schools Attracting Students
News
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Tuesday, 03 March 2015 09:38

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After years of neglect, students are now demanding business courses include sustainability on the syllabus. It has become increasingly accepted in corporate boardrooms that sustainability is an important business issue, but the business schools that train the managers of tomorrow – and the students themselves – have not always kept pace. In the past, issues such as climate change, labor condition and access to resources were not widely recognized as factors that could make a big difference to the bottom line and students were encouraged to focus on maximizing shareholder value, short-term profits and the narrow interests of individual businesses rather than society and the economy as a whole. Read more: http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2015/feb/09/are-business-schools-taking-sustainability-seriously utm_content=buffer352b7&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

 
Is the US at Risk for Mega Drought Future?
Blog
Written by Alicia Belmonte   
Saturday, 28 February 2015 00:00

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Places like California are facing extremely dry conditions, but these aren't nearly as extreme as some periods in the 12th and 13th centuries.  Scientists are comparing this to simulate climate change in decades to come. The study suggests events unprecedented in the last millennium may lie ahead. Read more: http://m.bbc.com/news/science-environment-31434030

 
Herbs to the RESCUE for Winter Blues...
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Sunday, 01 March 2015 09:33

Here are some tips for days of cloudy, grey coldness winter days bring. Break out the power of scent to overcome the blues.  By diffusing or dabbing a few drops of essential oils you can help to create emotionally uplifting effect around your home. Here’s a list of fragrances you might want to try:

1. Citruses: The essential oils of lemon, grapefruit, tangerine, and oil are familiar scents that bring sunshine to the heart.  In addition to using the essential oils extracted from these fruits in the ways mentioned above, peeling (and consuming) these fruits, can provide a similar, immediate mood enhancing surge.  Other citrus-derived oils include bergamot and neroli.

2. Happy herbs and spices: Rosemary, sweet basil, and cinnamon oils are also familiar scents that, for many, induce a sense a well-being.  Another, simmer a pot of water sprinkled with a spoonful of cinnamon on your stovetop to create a yummy, comforting fragrance in your home.

3. Mints: The scents of peppermint and spearmint are both familiar and refreshing to many people.

4. Florals: Lavender and geranium oils are recommended for emotional uplift.  While the scent of lavender is familiar to many, geranium oil is frequently used in massage oil blends and in many aromatherapy therapeutic treatments. A few friendly warnings: these oils are powerful, so a few drops go a long way. Also, to avoid skin irritation, do not apply oils directly to skin.  Always mix them in a massage-grade carrier oil.

 
California Parks System Faces Tough Road To Sustainability
News
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Saturday, 28 February 2015 09:31

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Governor Jerry Brown wants the California State Parks system to be self-supporting. But only six of the 279 parks bring in more money than they cost to run – and the entire system lost nearly $300 million last fiscal year. It may be a mark of how dysfunctional the State Parks system has been that park-by-park revenue and expense data are only now available for the first time. The numbers arrived as the independent Parks Forward Commission released recommendations to overhaul the department – two and a half years after a financial scandal and budget problems rocked the parks system.

Read more: http://www.capradio.org/articles/2015/02/05/california

 
Is Music Therapeutic?
Blog
Written by Alicia Belmonte   
Thursday, 26 February 2015 12:27

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There are many studies being done on music's effect on the brain, especially focused on debilitating diseases   Music has been shown to reduce pain, relieve stress, boost immunity, and it's fun.  So pick up the guitar, your hand drum, plunk away at the piano, sing in the shower or just turn the radio on.  You will be surprised how the positive affects of music make you feel.
http://www.everydayhealth.com/columns/white-seeber-grogan-the-remedy-chicks/fend-off-alzheimers-dementia-find-your-keys/

 
Spicy Veggie Pancakes
Healthy Eating
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 04 March 2015 17:00

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Recipe: 3 small zucchini, shredded/1 cup onion, finely chopped/2 small red potatoes, shredded/2 carrots, peeled and shredded/½ cup corn, frozen or fresh/4 eggs (or egg substitute)/6 tablespoons flour/1 ¼ teaspoon sea salt/¼ teaspoon pepper/pinch of cayenne pepper/¼ teaspoon basil, dried/1/2 teaspoon granulated garlic/½ cup white sharp cheddar cheese, shredded (or dairy free) /olive oil for frying /salsa(optional).

Mix eggs, flour, seasonings and cheese in large bowl. Add vegetables to bowl and mix well. In frying pan, heat oil to medium-high. With a slotted spoon, drop vegetable mixture by 1/3 to ½ cup per pancake, depending on how large you want the pancakes. Fry until edges brown, then flip over and fry another two minutes. Drain on paper towels.  Serve plain, with salsa or sour cream (dairy free optional).

 
Reuse Idea: Old Wine Barrel? DIY Cozy Dining Table!
Reuse Tips
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Tuesday, 03 March 2015 14:39

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Spicy Bean Veggie Burgers...
Healthy Eating
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Monday, 02 March 2015 14:36

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Recipe: 1 can black beans /1 can chickpeas /1 small onion, chopped /1 cup cooked brown rice /3 tablespoons flour, (use buckwheat for gluten-free) /juice of 1 lemon /1 teaspoon sea salt
/1 tablespoon chile powder /½ – ¾ cup cornmeal /2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil / fresh ground black pepper to taste.

Rinse and drain the black beans and chickpeas. Place half of each along with the chopped onion in a food processor and pulse until coarsely ground. Set aside. Place the rest of the beans in a medium-size bowl and using a potato masher (or a fork) mash the beans. Next add the bean/onion mixture to the bowl, along with the brown rice, flour, lemon juice, chile powder, and salt. Stir until well-combined. Add 1/2 cup of the cornmeal and stir again. Let the ingredients sit for a bit to allow the cornmeal to absorb any moisture. If the mixture still seems too wet, add more cornmeal until you achieve the desired consistency. Shape the bean dough into patties. Create 6 to 8 patties. Heat oven to 250 degrees. While the oven is warming, in medium-sized skillet, add oil, and set to medium-high heat. When warm, add patties. Let the patties cook about 5 minutes until brown on the bottom and then flip. Cook the other side another 5 minutes. Place the patties in an oven-safe pan and bake in the warmed oven for about 10 to 15 minutes.
More ‪#‎recipes: www.slosolstice.com

 
Avocado, Spinach Panini...
Healthy Eating
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Sunday, 01 March 2015 13:34

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Recipe: 2 avocados, halved and thinly sliced /⅓ cup julienned, smoked sun-dried tomatoes /2 Tbs. diced red onion /2 cups lightly packed baby spinach /4 4-oz. ciabatta rolls, split in half.

Layer avocado slices, tomatoes, onion, and ½ cup spinach on each roll. Spray panini with cooking spray. Coat skillet or grill pan with cooking spray, and heat over medium heat. Place panini in pan; weight with smaller-diameter saucepan weighted with 1 or 2 cans. Cook 2 minutes, remove weight, flip panini, replace weight, and cook 1½ to 2 minutes more

 
Reuse Idea: Vintage Telegraph Insulators? DIY Decorator Lighting!
Reuse Tips
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Saturday, 28 February 2015 15:32

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Wine: It Has Benefits...
Blog
Written by Alicia Belmonte   
Friday, 27 February 2015 14:30

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Many of us love a glass of red wine once in a while. But do we know what it provides for us health wise?  Many studies have suggested beneficial effects on the heart, anti aging, and even mental health.  According to Cornell University archeologists, wine making began sometime between 6000-4000 B. C. in Mesopotamia and coastal areas of the Caspian Sea.  Hippocrates even promoted wine as a part of a healthy diet.  Woman absorb alcohol more rapidly than men due to lower body water content and different levels of stomach enzymes.  So moderation for a man may be 2 glasses and for a woman 1 (depending on weight).  A glass of wine, each night with dinner, according to "Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010" is considered healthy.  So, check out wine tasting or sip on a glass of wine with friends or family.  In moderation your body and spirit with benefit. 

 
Mad Cow Disease Confirmed in Canada...
News
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Thursday, 26 February 2015 09:26

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In Calgary Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency confirmed one case of mad cow disease. Mad cow disease (or bovine spongiform) has not been seen in Canada since 2011.

Read more: http://globalnews.ca/news/1828797/cfia-confirms-1st-case-of-mad-cow-disease-since-2011/

 
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