December 2021 | Preserve

December | Preserve     Major Snow arrives and the end of this year is coming Major Snow means the arrival of the last season of the whole year. Everything begins to rest and nourish. Autumn has gone and we will enjoy the clear winter, bathing in the warm and comfortable sunshine. It is quite enjoyable to spend the winter nights with friends or family chatting,…

December 2021 | Honor

Curated by Renee Moorefield, CEO of Wisdom Works Group and member of the Advisory Board for the Global Wellness Institute “I honor health as the first Muse. ” —Ralph Waldo Emerson The Wellness MoonshotTM: A World Free of Preventable Disease has experienced amazing growth!  What began in our imaginations only a few years ago now touches the lives of over 154 million and 4,400 organizations worldwide. According to…

November 2021 | Appreciate

November | Appreciate   The beginning of winter means the arrival of the last season of the year. Autumn is over and we will enjoy the clear winter, bathing in the warm and comfortable sunshine. According to Chinese traditional medicine, if you don’t nourish yourself in winter, you will be sick in spring. The cold weather of winter tends to make you prone to relapse.…

November 2021 | Give

Curated by Renee Moorefield, CEO of Wisdom Works Group and member of the Advisory Board for the Global Wellness Institute “No one has ever become poor by giving.” —Anne Frank In your pursuit as a wellness leader to create a world free of preventable disease, you have a resource at your disposal that’s easily accessible, abundant, and free: the contagious power of giving. GIVING IS A…

October 2021 | Nourish

October | Nourish Cold Dew, as usual, arrives after the National Day holiday, which means that the weather is getting colder and winter is coming soon.   Cooler wind and heavier dews Cold Dew is the 17th solar terms of the year, as well as the fifth one in autumn. Since this solar term, the days are getting shorter while the nights are getting longer.…

October 2021 | Charm

Curated by Renee Moorefield, CEO of Wisdom Works Group and member of the Advisory Board for the Global Wellness Institute “I like charming people. They are incredibly interesting, for the most part tend to be kind, funny, compassionate. They have great timing and are pragmatists (they do not B.S.), and they have an instinctual understanding of what you need. They are wise enough to appeal to…