Invasive herbivores might actually help ecosystems, testing in Iceland suggests 50% of COVID-19 cases are asymptomatic, Congress passes the largest economic stimulus package in recent memory, the Marine Corps is undergoing a transformation. These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week.
This will be the first season in history that Germany will be unable to produce ice wine, a UN report found most men and women hold biases against females, the coronavirus continues to take its toll on the global economy, the U.S. and Taliban… Continue Reading “Newsworthy – march 6th, 2020”
Fossil fuels release more methane than previously thought, western diets impair cognitive functions, single payer healthcare could save lives and money. These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week.
Happy New Year to all! Another year and another decade are now behind us. This is around the time where, between nursing hangovers, we reminisce about the past. So much has happened! Ups, downs, and everything in between.
Researchers have found a more accurate way to calculate dog age in human years, songs from different cultures exhibit universal patterns, big retailers are pushing costs of tariffs onto suppliers. These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week.
I’ve written quite a few articles now on wellness where I reference, directly or indirectly, act act of loving yourself. Self love, or self care, is really the cornerstone of wellbeing. Without caring about and loving ourselves, we will never truly feel whole or… Continue Reading “Indulgence vs Self Love”
In this first Bid Idea episode, we explore the topic of Wellness through discussing three pillars: mind, body, and soul.
A major pillar of wellness is the health of our body. Besides rest and exercise, eating is a major factor of physical wellbeing. Eating well helps us sleep, think, and act better on a daily basis. Our diets, therefore, ultimately impact our emotional, mental,… Continue Reading “The “Mindful Eating” Diet”