Stillwater resident Maribeth Lundeen says she frequently goes on meditative walks on the trails near the Arcola High Bridge. “The woods are beautiful with a diverse mix of trees,” she says, noting that the forest is different in every season.
The vegan diet, also known as veganism, has been growing in popularity—and it’s no wonder considering an increasing number of people are cutting out animal products and byproducts for environmental and ethical reasons, among others.
The popular Ice Palace Maze is back in the Valley for a second year of family fun. Calyssa Hall, executive director, says, “We are planning to make this a really fun, COVID-friendly, winter-friendly and family-friendly event with an artistic flare.”
Although the world is full of modern advancements, sometimes the old-fashioned way takes the cake. Whether it’s growing your own vegetables or writing a handwritten note, old methods of life have their advantages.
This time of year, the weather starts to warm up, we begin to move our bodies again, and we’re starting to heal from the harsh Midwest winters. Taking care of ourselves during this time is important, and it’s critical to set attainable goals for ourselves come the new season.
Did you know that lips are the thinnest skin on the human body? With up to three times fewer cellular layers than facial skin, lips also lack natural body oils to protect and maintain a smooth texture.
Offering a variety of all-natural household products, services and coaching, Stillwater-based ToxyFree is a one-stop-shop to igniting a life of health and happiness, while living toxin-free and more naturally.
Kowalski’s has received Best Rotisserie Chicken awards multiple times, including as recently as last October. It’s so convenient, it’s a wonder anyone ever roasts a chicken at home anymore; it can be messy and time-consuming.
Like so many, I always tend to start the new year with a health kick—a new gym, yoga, immunity shots and essential oils. I’ve tried it all. This year, instead of suddenly signing up for a gym membership, I’m opting for a healthy mocktail.
In 2013, the U.S. Patent Office sent a memo to its patent examiners instructing them to cease and desist examining all patent claims related to naturally occurring human DNA sequences. This was huge and historical news—our genes were free! But what led to that point?
The Washington County library has gathered three book recommendations in honor of Black History Month. Since its official inception in 1976, Black History Month has been a time to pay tribute to and celebrate Black achievements throughout history.