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ARISE: A Transformative Colorado Festival of Yoga and Music

August 9th, 2019

Community and healing: those are the words that come to mind when partaking in your first yoga-music festival. For anybody that’s been to ARISE before, they’ll likely know what I’m talking about. Nestled between the rolling green foothills of Loveland, Colorado is Sunrise Ranch—an ideal location for an event such as this. Whether you come predominately for the yoga or the music alone, you’ll get a wide variety in both realms. From folk, funk, and electronic to vinyasa flow and AcroYoga, there’s a plethora of activities to choose from over the course of three days. What’s unique about... Read More

Health Talks at Hemp Expo

April 6th, 2019

This year’s sixth annual NOCO Hemp Expo hit record numbers of attendees at its sold-out event in Denver, Colorado. Last weekend I was among over 10,000 people in attendance at the conference. Just like the hemp industry is growing rapidly, NOCO has grown into the world’s largest gathering of hemp industry professionals in the world—in only six years! The event has highlighted the many uses of hemp, from CBD products, to hemp building materials, to the agendas printed on hemp paper. The event provided education and workshops across the board. There was a special keynote address from Colorado’s... Read More

Top 5 Vegan Cannabis Edibles

March 23rd, 2019

The demand is growing rapidly for vegan products around the world. These products are in high demand among consumers because of their cruelty free ingredients, eco-friendly production methods, and overall health and wellness properties. With this growing demand, industries all over the world are adding vegan options, including cannabis companies. Their product lines are expanding, and vegan options are more available across the market. Below are some of my favorite vegan cannabis edibles found in Colorado. 1.Wana If you Wana Enhance Your Life, Wana has several options to choose from. They have... Read More

21st Century Cannabis Education Series

February 23rd, 2019

This past Wednesday in Denver I had the opportunity to speak on an educational panel about cannabis. The event was hosted by GoFire, a digital healthcare company specializing in medication management of alternative and plant-based medicines.  This was their first monthly educational series event and the topic was “Finding Comfort in Cannabis: A Newcomer’s Guide to Getting Out of the Weeds and Into the Full Spectrum.” It was the perfect opportunity for the canna-curious individuals to hear from educated and experienced panelists within the community. The event was emceed by Wes Donahoe with... Read More

Kids Spring Recreation

February 20th, 2019

“Spring is the time of plans and projects.” ― Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina The holidays have come and gone, and what a wonderful season it was. I am, however, grateful that our weather predicting groundhog did not see his shadow earlier this month. Even though there is only about a 50% chance that this prediction is accurate, I do hope you’re right Phil! In these weeks to come we will focus on the practical. With the holiday “buzz” finally wearing off, work actually feels like work again. I am seemingly already looking forward to my summer trip. My weekend might lend itself to an activity... Read More

Nickel and Dime, but Don’t Forget the Pennies

February 13th, 2019

What if you had a penny for every time you lost one? (Oh the places we could go!) No, but seriously, even by guesstimation this figure is pretty surprising! People, (including me) drop or purposely throw pennies away all the time… Let’s just say every adult in the country “lost” a meager 3 cents this year (this is obviously a modest amount). Multiply that by the number of adults in America and you get something like $743,441,730 lost pennies a year! And…it gets even stranger. Did you know National Lost Penny Day is actually a thing? It was introduced by eventologist Adrienne... Read More

Trails,Tails, and Ales

January 10th, 2019
black and white dog on a leash outside

Start the year off innovative, this Saturday, January 12th, with El Paso County Parks and Community. Join the group on a 4 mile doggy lead exploration through the Black Forest section 16 trail, followed by an educational and rewarding visit to Black Forest Brewing Co. Acquire a new appreciation for your favorite beverage through the art of beer tasting. Learn how it’s made. Lead by a certified beer judge. $3 gets you 2 small beer samples, and $1 of your first pint. Saturday, January 12th, 1030am – 1pm Black Forest Section 16 Trailhead located @ 8510 Burgess Road, 80908 Black Forest Brewing... Read More

Marijuana Now, Lately & In 2019?

December 21st, 2018
Leaf of the Week

Uruguay legalizes recreational Marijuana for citizens ( 2013). Widely available and decriminalized in Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, and South Africa. Since 2012, 10 U.S. states (and Washington D.C.) have legalized Marijuana recreationally, and 66% of states have legalized medically, as of 1996. Study by, Santa Fe Institute(2014) predicts U.S. federal legalization of Marijuana by 2021. Marijuana sales in Colorado exceeded $1 billion, (Jan-Oct2018) according to a report by the Colorado Department of Revenue. Canada legalizes recreational Marijuana (Oct2018). Trending in the Nation Marijuana... Read More

Vegan Hempsgiving in Colorado

October 13th, 2018

In just a few weeks, the people of Colorado are collecting for an evening celebration of community and healthy hemp through the sharing of a delicious vegan feast, hosted by Green House Healthy, and you’re invited! This one of a kind dinner party, at the Courtyard by Marriott in Westminster, CO, will give guests the chance to sample several local Colorado hemp foods, prepared by private vegan chef, Sonja Miltner, of Fresh Perspective! After the incredible meal, each attendee will go home with a goody bag filled healthy products from sponsors, and there is an amazing guest speaker lined up,... Read More