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The Confluence Cast: Crafty in Columbus

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: Crafty in Columbus

This week on the Confluence Cast, we explore the craft scene in Columbus with maker maven Megan Green who heads up the Midwest Craft Con and Craftin’ Outlaws. It’s a discussion about business of craft, the many hats you wear in business, and the plethora of offerings the Columbus craft community has to offer. http://theconfluencecast.com/episodes/22_craft.mp3 Shownotes for […]

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For Your Mental Health, Consider Giving Facebook the Boot This Year

Sue Denisky Sue Denisky For Your Mental Health, Consider Giving Facebook the Boot This Year

At 6:30 a.m. on December 31, 2016 I deactivated Facebook. The election posts really put me over the top. There was so much hatred, lack of respect and unhealthy debating that I found myself getting anxious just scrolling through friends’ posts. I decided I needed to change, but I didn’t know then that I would […]

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Flow Your Way Into the New Year, Try a Yoga Class

Chan Hemintranont Chan Hemintranont Flow Your Way Into the New Year, Try a Yoga Class

When it’s less than 30 degrees outside, the last thing you want to do is, well, go outside. This year, I want to encourage you to get out of your house, slip off your shoes, and try a yoga class. By now you’ve heard about the many benefits of yoga, but here are some that […]

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Updates on the Hot Yoga Scene

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Updates on the Hot Yoga Scene

Columbus is a great place for hot yoga! Last year, national brands Yoga Six and CorePower came to town and really raised the bar for yoga studio amenities like showers. Blue Spot Yoga opened in Bexley delivering high heat and vigorous yoga. Modo Yoga (based in Canada) opened it’s lovely studio just a mile from […]

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Local Sexual Health Expert Addresses LGBTQ Health Disparities With Some Tips for the New Year

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Local Sexual Health Expert Addresses LGBTQ Health Disparities With Some Tips for the New Year

It’s a straight, cisgendered world, and if anything could make that more clear, it’s the health care system. Mimi Rivard, medical provider for Equitas Health, said the absence of cultural competency within mainstream health care has normalized discriminatory treatment of LGBTQ individuals, leading to a community at disparately high risk for morbidity and mortality. Coming into […]

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Steps to Creating Financial Wellness in the New Year

Layden Hale Layden Hale Steps to Creating Financial Wellness in the New Year

The start of a new year brings out traditional goals and new hopes. If we were cartoon strip characters, speech bubbles would hang above us with thoughts like “quit smoking,” “lose weight” or “exercise.” For others, it could be that once or twice in a lifetime event: “buy a home.” Making a commitment to be […]

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Take Control of Resolutions in 2017 by Setting Boundaries

Lori DePietro-Standen Lori DePietro-Standen Take Control of Resolutions in 2017 by Setting Boundaries

Like a good fence, boundaries in your personal and professional life mean less confrontation, less confusion, fewer hurt feelings, and more empowerment. As a life coach and weight loss coach, I regularly help clients with the topic of boundaries. A person’s struggles with weight or addiction are often directly tied to their inability to set firm boundaries […]

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