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By Debbie Leaman | November 30, 2017
Sometimes the saying is true: We teach what we most need to learn. I’ve taken ski lessons since the age of seven, and have always hated them. I’ve been led down chutes, over precip …
By Debbie Leaman | December 30, 2015
My husband and I have danced our ski dance for years. With gusto for the sport, he extols an “epic” ski day; I casually mention the whiteout. He pushes for steeps; I retreat to gro …
By Debbie Leaman | August 1, 2015
Halfway into our silent seven-day mindfulness retreat my husband and I had a whopping argument. At least in my mind. One-sided fights are a challenge when you can’t talk. Howard an …
By Debbie Leaman | December 31, 2008
Salt Lake Solutions promotes citizen-driven projects. by Debbie Leaman Perched on the bank of the Jordan River in the Euclid neighborhood close to the bustle of I-80, a stately Vic …
By Debbie Leaman | November 3, 2008
Sunlight is vital for the human body to produce vitamin D, key to musculoskeletal, immune system and mental health. This essential vitamin helps maintain bone density and strength, …
Light and dark are in cahoots, making a body healthy and balanced: Sunlight (or a reasonable facsimile) is the key to a restful night’s sleep—and so much more.by Debbie Leama …
By Debbie Leaman | August 31, 2007
A feng shui practitioner, a tutor specializing in ADD/ADHD, a nutritionist and a sleep specialist weigh in on good study habits. by Debbie Leaman "I will study and get ready, …
By Debbie Leaman | December 31, 2006
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