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I Can't Find My Keys

By Moe Long • Rumble Contributor | Like many millennials, I was sold the hope of a college degree and told that if I followed this path of education into a career, I'd be set. In fact, I was often told I’d be much better off than those who didn’t seek this path.  

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Intuition

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | Thank you, fellow Traveler, for giving me the opportunity to address the topic of intuition. Let me start by reminding you that you have been using your intuition your entire life. This is the gift we are all born with, and it serves as a connection to our spirit. Wanting to better understand how you can interact with your intuition is your spirit’s guidance that you are now ready to consciously use it in a bigger way to support your life. This is to be celebrated! Now let’s get down to the business of figuring out how “you” work and allowing that soft voice within to blare like a trumpet and move you in the direction of your best life!

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CBD 101 with Kim Ferguson

Until relatively recently, few people had heard of cannabidiol (CBD). Now, it’s popular with all demographics. It’s even being used with cats and dogs. With an abundance of information floating around and a slew of products on the market, Kim Ferguson of Kim’s Pharmacy offers Rumble clarification and suggestions regarding CBD oil. 

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Lessons Learned Working With A Health Coach

Those who’ve been following my progress for the last several years know I’ve been prioritizing my health more than I have ever have before. 

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New Offerings From Women's Natural Health Leader

Corinna Wood is making another splash in the women’s natural health community with new offerings. On Jan. 31, Wood will open enrollment for her new online program called The Year’s Spiral—Heart & Soul Healing through the Seasons for women far and wide to study from home.

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UNCA Professor Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

Angel Kaur, assistant professor of neuroscience at the University of North Carolina Asheville, understands that delivering scientific jargon can lead to dull stares and confusion from audiences. Dry presentations, lack of visuals, and complicated terminology can discourage a listener and cause misunderstandings.

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WCU Librarian Wins ‘I Love My Librarian’ Award

Shamella Cromartie, associate dean of Hunter Library at Western Carolina University and a driving force for empowering scholarship on campus and in the community, is a winner of this year’s I Love My Librarian award, the American Library Association recently announced.

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How Chakras Play Into Your Guidance System

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | I’ve been working with my intuition for quite some time. During the last two years, life has offered me the chance to honor what I’ve sensed rather than listening to the voices around me. 

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Franny's Farmacy Opens South Slope Location

Franny’s Farmacy is celebrating the Grand Opening of its newest CBD Dispensary in Asheville’s South Slope District  on Wednesday, Feb. 2, with an Asheville Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting ceremony at 4:20 p.m. Open to the public, all are invited to stop by to tour the new dispensary, corporate headquarters, and multi-use venue and future Canna-Cafe, and enjoy samples of CBD and hemp infused foods, teas, coffees, mocktails and more.

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