Milwaukee Edition

Archive of: Feature and NAPC

Title Issue
Mind Your Body

Mind Your Body

Imagine wanting more and getting it—more energy and serenity, more vitality and inspiration. About 25 million Americans turn to mind-body systems of exercise for just such results.

January 2008
Sizing Up Dog Parks

Sizing Up Dog Parks

While there are many advantages to taking your best friend to his or her own special park, potential problems can arise. Fortunately, most of these problems are preventable.

January 2008
Wishes For Life

Wishes For Life

Gay Hendricks’ books, seminars and web courses have helped hundreds of thousands of people realize answers that profoundly reshape the quality of their lives. Ours can be next.

January 2008

Satisfying Summer Smoothies

Fruit smoothies have come of age and gone main stream to the point that they now rival coffees as a daily drink of choice. They’re quick, portable, filling and, of course, naturally nutritious.

August 2007
Give Yourself A Housework Workout

Give Yourself A Housework Workout

Talk about a home gym — your best workout might be right at your fingertips! Household chores are doing more good than you might know.

April 2007
Getting Our Fat Facts Straight

Getting Our Fat Facts Straight

March 2007
Eco-Travel

Eco-Travel

Whether we call it green travel, eco-travel or eco tourism, the experience of traveling with a social or environmental conscience offers us limitless opportunities for meaningful life experiences and personal growth.

March 2007
The Healing Touch

The Healing Touch

Few things can compete with a good massage when it comes to total body relaxation. Massage doesn’t just feel good; it also provides relief to a number of different health concerns.

March 2007
Middle Management

Middle Management

Our need for a tight torso goes beyond simple vanity. Core fitness training helps increase energy, improve posture, builds a trimmer body and greater muscle strength.

March 2007
Skinship: Better Bonding with Baby

Skinship: Better Bonding with Baby

Numerous studies have proven that touch for babies is absolutely essential—to bonding, to growth and development, and to present and future emotional well-being.

March 2007