Month: May 2022

Tips for Starting a Fitness Routine

By Huckleberry Press / May 30, 2022 /

If you’re new to exercise, recovering from surgery or an injury, or have any health issues, I strongly recommend seeing a doctor before starting a fitness regime.

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We All Worry About…

By Huckleberry Press / May 29, 2022 /
take care of yourself

whether we’re normal, or not, whether we’re smart, or not, and whether we’ve got our act together, or not. Plus, so many more things that we could get ourselves into a real depression if we kept worrying non-stop.

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Pattie Discovers the PNW: Davenport Welcomes Mauna Wellness Studio

By Huckleberry Press / May 28, 2022 /
Raychell and Wade Sand, with their child Wrenly

When I moved to Eastern Washington in late 2020, I left behind my beloved and exquisitely large yoga community in Northern California. I had been practicing since 2000 and teaching since 2014. And, as much as I adore living out in the country with my husband, it was sad to realize that I would have to travel close to an hour to practice yoga at any Spokane studios.

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Dr. C Family Dentistry opens West Plains location

By Huckleberry Press / May 28, 2022 /

Residents of Airway Heights and the West Plains, in general, can look to schedule their dental needs at the new Dr. C office located in Airway at 11919 West Sunset Highway in Suite C.

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Holistic Health for Humans and Horses

By Huckleberry Press / May 27, 2022 /
Allison and horse

Wellness is not a linear journey. Or at least it doesn’t have to be. In my case, I have certainly experienced highs and lows, faced challenges, and overcame some remarkable odds. Part of the beauty in your wellness pursuit, is that it’s yours. Your story is unique, as is your mind and body. Sharing some of my story and the tools that have blessed my life is such a gift. My pursuit for holistic wellness began out of necessity to combat my chronic conditions and refusal to accept my life as a series of declining health experiences – With My Soul Wellness was born.

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Sabrina Gonder: Helping People to Live a Healthy Life

By Huckleberry Press / May 26, 2022 /
Sabrina Gonder

If you are like me and almost everyone I know, you are struggling with some sort of health issue. Maybe you have a battle with managing your weight. Perhaps fatigue is slowing you down and you are desperate for more energy. Or maybe, like too many people I know, you are living with chronic pain. This could be physical pain, or emotional pain. Then, of course, there’s that monster that seems to affect everyone in one way or another these days: stress.

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By Huckleberry Press / May 26, 2022 /
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Raised Bed Gardens

By Huckleberry Press / May 18, 2022 /
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Most of us, at some point, have toyed with the idea of doing a raised bed garden. If you’ve ever nailed together four boards, set them on a patch of dirt and filled it with soil, compost, and seeds then you’ve done it! If you watered it, chances are you were able to grow something and experienced success. You can use just about any kind of container or built-up framing to raise some vegetables, but remember to make sure there are drainage holes in the bottom (or no bottom) so that excess water will drain out.

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Four benefits landscaping with native plants

By Huckleberry Press / May 16, 2022 /

Eastern Washington is home to many diverse ecosystems and so many native plants supporting those ecosystems. From wetlands to prairie, forest to channeled scablands, there are flourishing ecosystems chock full of plants that are well adapted to their environment.

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Growing Memories

By Huckleberry Press / May 15, 2022 /

In the Fall of 2018, we moved our family from a restricted gated community in hopes of finding something to ground our family. Little did we know that it would literally be the ground that did it.

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