Sleep Soundly: A Guide to Feng Shui in the Bedroom

By Christina MayStaff Writer Feng Shui – which means ‘wind water’ in Chinese – is the ancient Chinese art of creating a harmonious physical environment, which can be anything from a single room to an entire building or garden. One of the […]

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Why Quiet Living?

By Margaret Bligdon-Boyt Editor in Chief Life can be brutal.  There is noise everywhere.  From the moment we wake up to a blaring alarm to the time that we fall asleep with the television still blaring.  I don’t even want to think […]

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Living Quietly Magazine Needs People

When I first came up with the crazy idea that I would launch a magazine, I had 3 coherent thoughts –1.  I had brought myself back to health by living quietly – there must be other people who have or would like […]

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5 tips to make housework less overwhelming

© Mykola Velychko | Dreamstime Stock Photos Household chores are the number one cause of depression in people with chronic illness. This is a bold statement, which I am not sure I can back up with actual statistics, but in my experience and that of […]

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5 Ways to put a Spring in your Step

After the darkness of the winter months, the Spring sunshine is very welcome.  Everyone  has a spring in their step, grown men are humming Spice Girls songs and the very bravest of us have actually ventured out without a coat.  There is […]

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