When Heidi Beachley was healing from an injury several years ago, she had no choice but to slow down. All it took was one injury to change her routine. In an effort to keep moving, she had to find other things to do, and that is exactly how many people encounter “yin” activities.
Nearly a decade ago, Sam’s acupuncturist casually mentioned gluten-related issues. By that point, Sam would try anything. The Boulder resident dived headfirst into a gluten-free diet, and within 10 days, his symptoms were gone.
In pretty much every city, there is an area where vintage bikes proliferate. White wall tires, fixed gears and banana seats are commonplace. These bikes are not only functional, they are hip. Sure, vintage bikes—from roadbikes to cruisers—are unique and fun, but when considering adding one to your collection, you might want to consider the pros and cons.
Shannon Culek and Kate O’Donnell, both from Nederland, sit around a table with their favorite cosmetics, discussing their simple beauty routines. Culek, a holistically trained nutritionist, says she uses lotion, lip balm and sunscreen. O’Donnell uses sunscreen and natural hair-care products. Unlike most women, they use mascara or lipstick only on special occasions. But like just about everyone, Culek and O’Donnell get overwhelmed trying to figure out what’s safe.