All posts by: Lora Polowczuk

As the cold, snowy winter sets in, bears begin hibernation. As they eat and drink less, their bodies and heart rate adapt for less activity. Unlike how humans do everything to keep themselves busy, eating, drinking and shopping over the...
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This season is more than being thankful. Its more than being grateful. When you say Happy Thanksgiving, do you really mean it? Have you ever driven to work and don’t remember a single thing about your entire drive there? Your...
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Unless you are a monk living a solidary life in a cave, every day you interact with people in one way or another. This may occur in a variety of ways, passing by neighbors while walking on a sidewalk, merging with other...
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When backpacking in the late fall, sun rays quickly diminish and icy cold air settles in. Body temperatures drop drastically in the same manner spilled liquid disseminates across a floor. Since you stopped moving quickly, staying warm is paramount with ambient air temperatures fast approaching freezing.   Yet, your inner core...
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Our society teaches us to have goals and layout the exact steps to get there. For the longest time, Jackie always thought she had to plan every single element of the goal. She painstakingly thought about every possible scenario. What...
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Most tend to think of Halloween as the time of Goblins, ghosts, and witches and scary things. What Halloween is really about is death and rebirth. And, what’s in between this is the ultimate deception you’ve been telling yourself.    This time of year, Jim...
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Do you ever wonder if trees think about how harsh the winter will be? Probably not. Then why do you do this? Eek, right?   Humans are the only species that have the ability to think about their own thoughts. And where...
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The darker days expose our deepest, most hollow shadows. Perhaps that’s where Sleepy Hollow gets their name? Our shadows, the gruesome stories we tell about ourselves that are simply untrue. These shadows quickly turn our clear vision into dense fog dripping...
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Ever find yourself completely depleted and exhausted and can’t figure out why?   Debra loved to help others. With three energetic kids ranging from 9 to 14 years old, they kept her on her toes. Each kid was in a different school...
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What happens when you are utilizing too much of one type of input and too little of another?   If you happen to be a scientist, an engineer, or project manager, you live in a structured world of getting it done...
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