If you’re like me, you probably spend a lot of time connected to technology. We work on our devices daily, sleep with them next to us, take them to the bathroom with us, and rarely have them out of sight. Most of us realize this pattern isn’t healthy, but find it difficult to completely disengage from the devices that keep us organized, connected, and oftentimes stressed. While I don’t have the solution to our “always on” societal demands, I was able to enjoy a new and relaxing experience this week that I hope many of you will be able to try as well. Continue reading “Small Business Spotlight – Sonder Mind & Body”
This month I had the opportunity to try a HIIT class (that’s high-intensity interval training) at The Cycle Loft here in Greensboro. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been to the Chipotle right below it and didn’t even realize what was above me. Serves as a good reminder to keep my eyes off my phone and on the world around me!
First impression: I loved the calming and inviting interior. The decor is perfect and made me want to stay and chill for a while after the class. There are changing rooms, ample space to store your belongings and a nice seating area as well, as you can see below. Water bottles are available for purchase, or there is a filtered water cooler upstairs as well. Continue reading “Small Business Spotlight – The Cycle Loft Greensboro”
Healthcare Is Broken
Though traditional allopathic physicians arguably do the best that they can with the resources they’ve been given, we need better solutions to address the increasing instances of autoimmune disease and chronic health issues in our country. The desire and duty to heal are present, but the treatment methods are severely lacking. The way our healthcare system is set up, doctors often are not afforded enough time with each patient to determine the root cause of their issues, so they offer medications to treat symptoms instead of researching and performing more investigative testing to determine the cause. I understand that pharmaceuticals are often necessary for acute and chronic health issues, but my gripe is with them being over-prescribed as a panacea, rather than only being used selectively when there are no other options to be explored in lifestyle modification.
This week my husband and I were thrilled to be able to try a class at Wine & Design Greensboro. We are always looking for fun new activities for date nights, and after a hectic workday, it seemed like the perfect way to unwind and express our creativity.