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Bowled Over
Buddha bowls. What are they and why are they such a big deal? And, how did they get the name Buddha bowls? Sometimes also referred to as hippie bowls, sunshine bowls or macro bowls. Since ‘Buddha’ generally means ‘Awakened One,’ or someone who has…
by Krista Sanderson
April 2, 2018 1:37 pm
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Health
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Ditching Distractions
We’ve all been there; you get to the office early, intending to make a start and get through a pile of work that needs your attention. Suddenly, all that time planned for hard work is slipping away because of distractions going on around you and taking…
by Wichita Magazine
April 2, 2018 1:18 pm
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10 Tips for Starting and Maintaining a New Garden
Starting a new garden is a fun and exciting experience. Many people look at spring as the season for growth and decide to start a garden in their yard. But before you let visions of a home-based farmer's market or flower stand cloud your vision you should…
by Wichita Magazine
April 2, 2018 1:04 pm
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Soup's On
When soup is referenced in literature, it almost always denotes “cozy”. Isn’t that what we are searching for in winter’s most brutal months? A bowl of coziness to warm the bones? Beethoven once said, “Only the pure in heart can make a good soup”. If that…
by Jeanie Hans
February 12, 2018 1:25 pm
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Steak Perfection: Become a Master of Meats
With Valentine’s Day rapidly approaching, you may be trying to decide on “the perfect meal” for your sweetheart. What could be better than a juicy, delicious steak, combined with some caramelized roasted vegetables and a luscious red wine?! But cooking…
by Krista Sanderson
February 12, 2018 10:53 am
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Health
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Battling the Winter Blues
Winter can be tough to get through–just ask those guys from Game of Thrones. From the bitterly cold temperatures, the lack of sunshine, and time spent indoors, it’s no wonder so many of us talk about catching a case of the “winter blues.” January often…
by Sasha Kuchinski
January 8, 2018 2:24 pm
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Fresh Winter Salads
What is the best salad you have ever eaten? Take a second to think about it. You may be thinking of a summer salad with fresh, in-season tomatoes, cucumbers, romaine lettuce, basil and other summer produce. Or maybe it's a salad with juicy, flavorful…
by Krista Sanderson
January 5, 2018 12:00 pm
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Health
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30 Days of Positive Affirmations
Promote better health and mental wellness today.
by Wichita Magazine Editorial Staff
January 3, 2018 12:19 am
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Graze the Prairie
Have you wondered if grass-fed beef is really better than “conventional” beef? And, if so, why? Grass-fed beef producers, Linda and Keith Long, own Graze the Prairie, located 45 miles east of Wichita, in a small town called Latham. Linda and Keith lease…
by Krista Sanderson
November 1, 2017 12:22 am
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Health
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Coconut Water Craze
Coconut water is currently one of the most popular natural thirst quenchers available; in the past few years, it has become a permanent fixture in health food stores, cafes, supermarkets, convenience stores, and even some gyms.  Owing to coconut water's…
by Tiffany Reitz
July 1, 2017 4:24 pm
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Inside the Farmer's Market
When you meet Luke and Amy Snow, it leaves you wondering why you didn’t get to know this genuine, fun-loving couple sooner. The Wichita community is lucky to have Luke and Amy leading a hard-working team determined to transform Wichita’s Old Town Farmers’…
by Krista Sanderson
May 1, 2017 2:59 pm
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Pets
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Strange Cat Behaviors Explained
Cat owners are often amused but perplexed at their pet's strange behaviors. Many of these habits are far from random and actually communicate specific feelings to their owners. If you're often left confused at your feline's strange behavior, read on to…
by Wichita Magazine
May 1, 2017 2:24 pm