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Our 2021 Sustainable Resolutions

Happy New Year! We made it through this past year and with the new year comes new resolutions (or the same ones as last year because...well...2020) and opportunities to implement changes to better yourself and hopefully the environment. This year, our team has decided we will be making resolutions to do our part and become more sustainable in our daily lives. If the last year taught us anything it’s that there are many ways that we can do our part in being more sustainable. Just remember, you don’t have to start big. All it takes is one step in a...

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Fri, Jan 08, 21

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Our 2021 Sustainable Resolutions

Happy New Year! We made it through this past year and with the new year comes new resolutions (or the same ones as last year because...well...2020) and opportunities to implement changes to better yourself and hopefully the environment. This year, our team has decided we will be making resolutions to do our part and become more sustainable in our daily lives. If the last year taught us anything it’s that there are many ways that we can do our part in being more sustainable. Just remember, you don’t have to start big. All it takes is one step in a...

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Fri, Jan 08, 21

Going Organic Without Breaking the Bank

By Charlie Fletcher Image Source: https://www.pexels.com/photo/abundance-agriculture-bananas-batch-264537/ In difficult financial seasons, we have to be mindful of our spending. While this is a good idea, too often we cut back on items that protect our health. For example, eating organic seems like a luxury.  However, for people with serious health conditions, switching to organics can support both healing and treatment. Even if you are healthy, that extra investment will help you to maintain fitness and well-being. How can you go organic without breaking the bank?  What Does Organic Mean? Only certified organic foods follow a standard that ensures you are eating...

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Tue, Jan 05, 21

Good-bye 2020. Hello 2021!

Thank you. Thank you for,  your patience,  your loyalty,  and your understanding. Like many small businesses, this year has been far from easy. From the pandemic to natural disasters and so much more, the challenges have taught us how to operate as a remote team and reminded us that our long-standing commitment to giving back to our community was more important than ever. Despite how this year impacted us, we are entering 2021 transformed. We know we can’t always give you all the benefits of a larger business; but being a small business means that every single purchase, interaction, shoutout,...

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Tue, Dec 15, 20

Healthy Ways to Manage Seasonal Affective Disorder

By Charlie Fletcher  Image Source: Pexels The cold autumnal weather has slowly been laying hold of the northern hemisphere over the last few months as the last vestiges of summer slip into the past. Everyone is battening down the hatches, putting away the outdoor summer furniture, swapping out t-shirts and shorts for warmer sweaters and pants, and generally preparing for a long winter ahead.  One area that is a bit harder to prepare for is the mood-swings that can come with the changing of the seasons. With everything from cloudy weather to an ongoing pandemic weighing on individual minds and...

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Mon, Dec 07, 20

5 Kratom Strains The Can Enhance Your Mood

While kratom is relatively new to the Western World, it has been utilized in Southeast Asia culture for centuries. The leaves come from the Mitragyna Speciosa trees, which naturally grow in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, and Papua New Guinea. Kratom is classified by the vein color, which includes red, green, white, and yellow.  Many different strains spread across the various vein colors. Each strain has its benefits, which can help improve your overall well-being. Some individuals notice a huge change in their lifestyle, which has ultimately sparked the popularity of kratom here in the United States.  In this article, we...

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Fri, Nov 20, 20

Our Team’s Holiday Gift Picks under $50

The PiperWai team has been busy preparing for the holiday season! The holidays look a little bit different this year for everyone, and while we may not be able to celebrate in the ways we are used to, we are still bringing the holiday cheer. Our team is sharing what we’re buying this year to inspire you during this gift-giving season! Our holiday gift guide is full of great products for everyone on your list, all under $50. Check it out...

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Fri, Nov 20, 20

CBD Offers Life-Changing Alternatives

The 2018 Farm Bill certainly has changed a lot of things across the nation. One, in particular, is the rise in the popularity of CBD-rich products. With the legalization of hemp, consumers are now able to explore the many benefits that CBD has to offer. In fact, in many cases, CBD has led to life-changes for many consumers across the board. Mainly because they now have a natural alternative to turn to when it comes to overall wellness support.  CBD offers a more sustainable lifestyle, as it is sourced from naturally grown hemp. It is safe, effective, and boasts a...

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Wed, Nov 18, 20

Introducing Green, Healthy Habits To Your Kids

By Charlie Fletcher Habits, both good and bad, tend to take root by the tender age of 9. In other words, many of the behaviors that will dominate your life have already been more or less set in stone before you reach high school.   This puts a particular emphasis on parents as they guide their fledgling humans into the tricky business of adult life. If you’re a parent with young kids, it’s important to approach your child-rearing developing good habits that balance both personal health and care for the Earth we all share. Here are a few suggestions for ways...

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Mon, Oct 12, 20

Natural Remedies To Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

By Kevin Bowman You’ve likely heard about the devastating effects of developing diabetes. Each year, 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with this chronic disease. While this may be presented as an inevitable fate, it doesn’t have to be. There are multiple forms of diabetes that exist, however the most prevalent one and the one that’s most preventable is type 2 diabetes (T2D). Below are some of the ways you can naturally reduce your likelihood of developing this disease. Understand Your Risks Type 2 diabetes is caused by the body being unable to filter out the sugar in your blood due to...

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Tue, Oct 06, 20