Articles by Bryan Aldeghi

Contributing Writer - Bryan Aldeghi, CLSC, is a College Transition Coach with the Integrated Pathways Center for Personal Growth. The transition from high school into college and from college into the working world is a challenging time for students, parents and families. By working with the dynamic Integrated Pathways team, Bryan helps clients ease the journey, through enhanced communication, goal completion, and increased self-awareness. Other team members focus on managing stress through Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Massage, and Bodywork. A local beekeeper, Bryan is a graduate of Vassar College and is currently working on his Masters of Mental Health Counseling at Walden University. To learn more, visit IntegratedPathways.net.

Why Honey Might Be The Best Thing For Your Skin

Golden, sticky, and made from the spit of Apis mellifera, honey is a substance like no other. I previously wrote about the health benefits of adding honey to your diet. Now, we will talk about the benefits of using honey topically, on the outside of your body.

How to Use Honey as Medicine

The verdict is in! Honey-a-day keeps the doctor away. While this might sound like the old wives tale of an apple a day (which helps with digestion and elimination), honey acts in numerous ways to support your immune system.

Winter Time Is Sun Time

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Winter is a season dreaded by many. From the snow to the freezing cold to the ongoing sicknesses, winter brings numerous things to dislike. For many, it is a period of depressed mood and activity level brought on by the reduced amount of sunlight.

How to Increase Your Emotional Intelligence

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People don’t remember what you said to them. They won’t even remember what you do with them. However, they will always remember how you made them feel. We are emotional creatures that rely on the way we feel to navigate through life’s challenges.

Using Bee Spit: Incorporating Honey into Your Life

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“Hope is the only bee that makes honey without flowers.” - Robert Green Ingersoll

 

All other honey requires flowers; lots and lots of them.