Who's life has changed since March 2020? Everything upended with the onset of the pandemic. We halted in our steps. We stayed in our homes. We stopped going to stores, restaurants, and gyms. We stopped traveling. We stopped seeing friends and family. We stayed glued to the television watching our preferred news source. Schools got transported to living rooms. Graduations and birthdays became celebrated by a stream of car parades. Summer came in with hopes of normalcy. Restaur
Thinking of a change, a relocation, a move in the new year? Let's face it 2020 has not been fun and has been downright isolating, financially straining, and emotionally draining. Maybe you've recently considered changing things up. Maybe you can't keep paying the high cost of rent. Maybe you need to downsize. Maybe you are just looking to land in a new city. The 'maybe's' are endless. Here is a link to U.S. News & World Report's Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2020-2021.
About the author: Julie Schumann has been a physical therapist for over 20 years. She has been an active pain relief practitioner through her use of dry needling, manual therapy, and common sense advice. She thrives on seeing her clients walk out of her office feeling a whole lot better than when they walked in. She does not believe in cure-all medicines, treatments, or techniques. Every human body is unique and responds uniquely. She believes in taking some extra time in fin
I honestly can't tell you whether going plant-based is the best of the best nutrition plans. Nobody can. But people will. Quite possibly it is an excellent plan. People have differing views and reactions to everything. In my life I've eaten my fair share of ice cream, pizza, edamame, milk, spinach, burgers, bacon, mushrooms, fish, peanut butter, eggs, cheese, bread, cookies, and grilled cheese sandwiches. Most of my friends would call that one big list of allergens and no-way