E101 New Member – The Nada Shop The easiest way to describe The Nada Shop is as a one-stop shop for sustainable living. They are a refillery and zero-waste shop which means they provide refills for household, body care, and beauty items. People can bring in their own containers to refill and help reduce single-use plastic. They can fill up on everything from soaps and shampoos to deodorants
E101 New Member – Surf's Pup Doggie Lounge Janis Sandlin, Owner and Founder of Surf’s Pup Doggie Lounge, came up with the concept of Surf’s Pup in her previous life practicing medicine as a Physician Assistant. For the last decade she practiced in several specialties including Trauma, Acute Care Surgery, and Emergency Medicine. When it came time to do something to take care of herself (like surfing!) her
E101 New Member - Driftline Driftline was created by Wes Horbatuck and Greg Orfe, two local watermen who went to college together on the East Coast and both moved to San Diego with the dream of starting a company based on the California lifestyle. Wes and Greg live the startup life with Driftline sharing an apartment that is floor to ceiling inventory and acts
Should You Exercise When Sick? When to work out and when to rest when you’re sick Ready to hit the gym but feel a cold or the sniffles coming on? Should you exercise when sick? Before you decide to skip your workout completely, you might want to think again. In some cases, light exercise, in combination with rest and good nutrition, can actually help you
E101 New Member - Global Basecamps In 2005, Michael D’Amico and his wife Casey embarked on a year-long journey, across the globe. Taking a full year to completely emerge themselves into various cultures was a life changing experience The experience was the beginning of a passion project, which would enable those seeking an authentic, unparalleled, experience of a lifetime, to have the perfect trip.
9 Weight Loss Tips for the New Year Healthy weight loss tips for long lasting health benefits Weight loss often tops the list of our New Year’s resolutions. Setting a realistic weight loss plan where you’re making healthier food choices and exercising more can help you achieve your goal. If losing weight is your resolution, set a goal, stay on track and stay motivated. The
Holiday Cheer Brings Spike in Injuries Follow safety tips to avoid trips to the ER this season While the holidays are filled with celebration and joy, they also are associated with accidents and injury resulting in unexpected visits to the local emergency department or trauma center. People are installing decorations, lighting candles, celebrating at parties and drinking more alcohol. “About 15,000 people annually suffer
Halloween safety tips for your kids from Scripps Health Halloween is almost here. Kids are conjuring up costume ideas. Parents are planning parties. If you are a mom or dad orchestrating the activities, take a moment to add safety to the mix. The following tips from Rosalind Dockweiler, MD, a pediatrician at Scripps Coastal Medical Center Encinitas, could help protect your kids, so a holiday devoted to make-believe
Wanted: A Good Night’s Sleep Just about everyone has a sleepless night occasionally. Most of us make it through the day with a yawn here or there, and sleep fine the next evening. But for more than 45 million Americans, insomnia and other sleep disorders are ongoing problems, severe enough to interfere with everyday life. By far, the most common sleep problem in every age
Learn 5 simple ways to take better care of your heart Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to focus on your heart — your heart health, that is. Yet sometimes it seems like research around the science of heart health is contradictory. Is dark chocolate heart-healthy or not? What about wine? What are the latest findings about meat and dairy with regard to heart health?