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Apple Approves ‘FlexBright’ iOS App That Adjusts Display Temperature [Update: Pulled] – Mac Rumors


FlexBright, an app that allows the user to manually adjust the display temperature of an iOS device, was recently approved by Apple, marking one of the first third-party apps that’s able to function in a manner similar to the company’s own Night Shift mode, set to be released in iOS 9.3. Continue reading

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Gratitude for health


Today I filled out some paperwork for my left rotator cuff repair surgery upcoming next week. Answering “no” to a long list of medical conditions and medications, I feel really grateful for clean living. This is the result of thirty years of eating well, nine years of yoga, and about five years of a renewed understanding of healthy eating and other daily practices. A mindful life that is truly thoroughgoing has its rewards. Continue reading

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Beannacht a Samhain!


On this Halloween, when the veil between the worlds is thin, and we reap the rich harvest of memory, I wish you blessings in the form of a poem I had written for a frie Continue reading

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Online Fall Cleanse and Detox | Charlotte Clews, Yoga and Ayurveda in Maine and Beyond


Originally posted on Wholehearted Yoga:
Since Fall 2010, to better support my yoga practice, I have been doing fall and spring cleanses with the same practitioner. This year, at the prompting of an adventurous yoga friend, I decided to work…

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Ayurveda Guidelines for Summer


Your strategy for summer is simple. Eat obscene amounts of what Nature is giving. This is green, green, and more green. And lots of sweet fruits and veggies. Continue reading

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Knowledge


I have a cold today. I know what you may be thinking: “Is that a topic really worthy of a blog post?” I think it is, for two reasons. The first is that it is really unusual for me to have a cold. The second is that I believe I know how to cope with it. Continue reading

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YogiDetox Starts April 20th!


The Spring 2013 YogiDetox starts 2013! Continue reading

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Timing of meals may be key to weight loss | Health – WCVB Home


Our results indicate that late eaters displayed a slower weight-loss rate and lost significantly less weight than early eaters, suggesting that the timing of large meals could be an important factor in a weight loss program. Frank Scheer, PhD, MSc, … Continue reading

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Ayurveda for Yoga Teachers


Cate Stillman has been my “goto” teacher for the YogiDetox I keep writing about. Here she offers a free resource for yoga teachers to use wisdom from yoga’s “sister discipline” of Ayurveda. I haven’t listened to this yet, but knowing … Continue reading

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Ramadan Kareem


Friday, July 20 marked the beginning of Ramadan in the US. Every year, Muslims observe a month-long fast during the 9th month of the Islamic calendar: Ramadan. Muslims believe that this month is filled with blessings, and it is appropriate … Continue reading

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