By Jason Clements, Owner/Manager Bluewater Fitness As more and more people are becoming exposed to the COVID-19 virus, more data is available to fully understand its effects and the treatments necessary to help in recovery. Authors of an article published in the journal Medical Hypotheses suspect that exercise may be...

Our Shared 2020 Grief

By Stephenie Craig, Journey Bravely What comes to mind when you hear the word grief? 2020 is inviting you to see grief as the emotional experience surrounding the loss of anything or anyone important to you. Maybe you’ve lost a person, a pet, a relationship or a home. We are...
As Floridians prepare to celebrate the holidays with family and friends, it’s important to take precautions to keep everyone safe. The Florida Department of Health offers these health and safety recommendations: Flu Vaccination: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that everyone six months and older get a flu vaccine...
By Dr. Richard Chern, MD We’ve been writing prescriptions for hormones for more than 25 years. During that time many changes in hormone therapy have occurred. But some things just can’t be improved no matter how hard we try. Synthetic hormones were designed to replicate the body’s own hormones. Unfortunately, they...
By Michelle Hayes Uhlfelder Celebrating 25 years, the Seaside School is a tuition-free, public charter school serving Florida Panhandle students. Every year, the gap between the Seaside School standard of excellence and the funding provided by the state grows; thus the school increasingly relies upon fundraising efforts to endow existing...
QUESTION: I get a little irritated with some people. They always seem to be happy, regardless of their circumstances. What can I do to be more like that? ANSWER: You might be surprised at some of the tips listed below that were developed by United Health Care. It’s not wealth....
By Greg Durette For those folks new to the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), the overwhelming volume of mailing pieces, emails and phone calls are dizzying. For those folks more experienced in this time, the sigh of despair and calls of “Oh no, not again!” can be heard from every...
By Dr. Richard Chern, MD I used to get stressed over small stuff. A lack of plans or a last-minute change would make my head spin. Events I had no control over could keep me from sleeping and I struggled to get active. I felt exhausted by the end of...
By Lisa Leath Turpin, Wellness Coach Being grateful or thankful might be more difficult these days. 2020 is making us REALLY dig deep to find things to appreciate. But to contribute to Destin Life’s “Thankful” issue, I looked into the effects our attitudes can have on us physically and mentally....

You Are NOT Your Mistakes

By Stephenie Craig, Journey Bravely Ever find yourself wishing you could crawl into a hole after you’ve made a mistake or failed? Or maybe your spouse or child made a poor choice and you feel ashamed? Shame is incredibly powerful and will invite you to keep secrets, hide and to feel...

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