5 Safety Guidelines for Motocross Bikers (guest post)

(This guest post is part of a spankin' new editorial collab with MXstore, Australia's largest online retailer for Motocross. For the ignoramuses, Motocross is a form of off-road motorcycle racing held on enclosed off-road circuits. This extreme sport is grimy, it's edgy and gets the biker's adrenaline pumping. For a feel, check out this video: … Continue reading 5 Safety Guidelines for Motocross Bikers (guest post)

Guest post: What is mindfulness?

(This guest post is part of an editorial collaboration with Silvernest, a complete home-sharing solution that pairs homeowners with roommates. Note: this is NOT a sponsored post. Editor) For some it sounds kind of California-crazy. Most of us think we know what it is, but do we? Does it mean meditation? Is it like yoga? … Continue reading Guest post: What is mindfulness?

Guest post: Picking the Best Keto Supplement

(Today’s guest post is part of an editorial collaboration with the folks at HVMN who are experts on ketones and the ketogenic diet.) The ketogenic diet is trending up; the low-carb, high-fat diet is gaining popularity as people become more conscious of the carbohydrates and sugars packing food in western diets. Scientific evidence supports a … Continue reading Guest post: Picking the Best Keto Supplement

Shaping Your Keto Diet

Today's guest post is part of an editorial collaboration with the folks at HVMN who are experts on ketones and the ketogenic diet. Note: This is NOT a sponsored post. Editor A balanced macronutrient intake is essential for success on the keto diet. Macronutrients are food groups humans consume in large quantities. They provide the … Continue reading Shaping Your Keto Diet

Muscle Recovery: Essential to your next workout (guest post)

[This is the second guest post in my editorial collaboration with HVMN (a company building "human enhancement" technologies out of San Francisco) lays out all you need to know about muscle recovery. Note: This is NOT a sponsored post. Editor] A muscle gives at the gym or on the track, leading to weeks of rehab. … Continue reading Muscle Recovery: Essential to your next workout (guest post)

The Healing Power of Sound (guest post)

(Today's guest writer Octavia Drughi enlightens us on sound therapy through an interaction with teachers of the craft, Ayi and Michael) Life is vibration. Everything around us vibrates, from the planets in the universe up to the last sub-atomic particles of you and me, each moving in its own pace, dancing to its own rhythm. … Continue reading The Healing Power of Sound (guest post)

Do Calories Matter on a Keto Diet? (guest post)

The ketogenic diet first gained fame through its effectiveness for weight loss. The high-fat, low-carb diet promotes nutritional ketosis–a normal metabolic state marked by moderate levels of ketones in the blood. The idea with carb restriction in terms of weight loss is that it prompts the release of body fat to be burned or converted to ketones for … Continue reading Do Calories Matter on a Keto Diet? (guest post)

Guest post: Capturing your poltergeist | Vishal J Singh

[Today's guest writer Vishal J Singh is a record producer and founder of critically acclaimed crossover band, Amogh Symphony. The views expressed in this post are the writer's own and do not necessarily reflect the blog's own] The mind of an artist is like a poltergeist. It's angry, it's mischievous and it doesn't stay in … Continue reading Guest post: Capturing your poltergeist | Vishal J Singh

Guest post: The “seeds” of my first novel | author Chris Mandeville

[CHRIS MANDEVILLE is an author of science fiction/fantasy and non-fiction for writers. She served as president of the nonprofit Pikes Peak Writers for five years, and is now the Conference Director for Superstars Writing Seminars. Her books include Seeds: a post-apocalyptic adventure and 52 Ways to Get Unstuck: Exercises to Break Through Writer’s Block. Her … Continue reading Guest post: The “seeds” of my first novel | author Chris Mandeville

Guest post: 5 cold soup recipes to beat the heat | The Heart Chef

[Today's guest writer is Simona Terron, founder, The Heart Chef. Her previous guest series of love letters to her kitten Laurie was so loved by readers, we had to invite her for more!] By Simona Terron Cold soups are what I turn to when it’s sweltering hot outside and the face-melting heat gives my appetite a bit of … Continue reading Guest post: 5 cold soup recipes to beat the heat | The Heart Chef