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    Renee Long

    Renee is a creative writer and the content development manager for ACHS. She holds an MFA from Florida Atlantic University. She loves finding new ways to communicate and tell stories, and she enjoys writing about holistic methods that can bring others wholeness and total healing. Her perfect day would include her loved-ones around a campfire on the beach, a warm mug of tea, and her journal.
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    May 9, 2018 12:34:08 PM
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    How to Make the COOLEST DIY Sugar Scrub [VIDEO] | ACHS

    How to Make the COOLEST DIY Sugar Scrub [VIDEO] | ACHS

    Every year, Mother’s Day takes me by surprise. I get so hyped up for spring and summer, I forget…I need a special gift for the incredible woman who made this wonderful life possible. Mom! 

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    Oct 5, 2017 9:00:00 AM
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    3 Mouthwatering (and Healthy!) Pumpkin Recipes

    3 Mouthwatering (and Healthy!) Pumpkin Recipes

    October is here, along with chillier weather, spooky costumes, and of course… PUMPKIN EVERYTHING! 

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    At ACHS, we’re big fans of the pumpkin fad. Why? Because pumpkins and their seeds, for...

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    Jul 6, 2017 12:44:32 PM
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    How to Add More Play Into Your Wellness Routine

    How to Add More Play Into Your Wellness Routine 

    Welcome back to our Adult Summer Camp blog series! If you missed the first post, check it out here.

    One way to keep your summer productive yet awesome—even while you’re completing natural...

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    Jun 6, 2017 5:41:15 PM
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    The 14 Best Wellness Books to Read this Summer

    The 14 Best Wellness Books to Read this Summer

    A proud beach bum and bookworm, summer is my season of choice. Hand me a beach chair, some herbal iced tea, a good read, and I’m blissed out.

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    Apr 14, 2017 9:09:00 AM
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    DIY: Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

    DIY: Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

    By Renee Long and Tiffany Stout

    As a wellness warrior, you’re probably making an effort to incorporate natural products into all areas of your daily life—including fun holiday traditions like dying Easter eggs for...
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    Nov 10, 2016 10:41:11 AM
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    How to Thank a Veteran… Holistically!

    Veterans Day is an important day in the U.S. Here at ACHS, we really value the chance to let our veterans and military servicemembers know how much we appreciate them and their service. 

    But sometimes, knowing how to say “thank you” can be...

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    Aug 25, 2016 8:30:00 AM
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    Email Marketing: 5 Painless Tips for Writing Outstanding Emails

    It’s the start of your workday. Your coffee or herbal tea is steaming next to you. You’re clear-eyed, motivated, and ready to take on the day! You open your email and… 

    FREE GIFT with $100 purchase!

    Important updates to your account.

    Earn more...

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    Aug 2, 2016 2:30:00 PM
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    More Than Herbs and Oils: How My Dog Saves My Life

    More Than Herbs and Oils: How My Dog Saves My Life | ACHS

    When you think “holistic health” or “alternative medicine,” most likely your mind goes straight to images of herbal tinctures, essential oil blends, Tibetan bowls for Reiki, or flower...

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    Jul 4, 2016 7:00:00 AM
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    Fruity Herbal Ice Pop Recipes [Video]

    Fruity Herbal Ice Pop Recipes [Video]

    By Renee Long and Tiffany Stout 

    As the temperature spikes and the sun stays out late into the evening, our herbal gardens ripen and we know summer has made its long-awaited return.

    With the heat of summer...

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    Nov 12, 2015 9:30:00 AM
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    Delicious Herbed Pumpkin Soup

    Delicious Herbed Pumpkin Soup

    It’s gourd season! Squash, including pumpkins, are ripe and ready for harvest season. Plus, when the weather turns cold here in Portland, my body craves the warming, nourishing goodness of soup.

    This year, I’ve been...

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