Mission Trips. What Are They and Who Are They For?

In 2015 my oldest son and I went on our first “Mission Trip”. I was hesitant and was convinced that this wasn’t my thing. The trip was to Guatemala to help do some work at an orphanage outside of a small town. I really had no idea what I was getting into or what to …

Consider These Wellness Tips to Prevent Obesity

Article by guest contributor Joyce Wilson There is no escaping the reality that excess fat diminishes quality of life. Making lifestyle changes to decrease internal fat and mitigate the problems associated with it shouldn’t be about looking like people in the magazines or reaching a certain number on the scale. Hoodlm shares tips on improving …

Affordable Steps Can Help Veterans Sleep Better (and Get Healthier)

By Brad Krause, Self Caring Active military personnel don't always have a say in their sleep schedules. And you might have gotten used to early wake-up calls and running on more adrenaline than quality rest. But as a veteran, re-acclimating with civilian life involves a lot of changes—and that includes your wellness routine. Sleep is …

5 Ways You Can Give Back to Veterans, Active Duty and Military Families

Article written by Kelli Brewer at info@deploycare.org for Hoodlm.org Searching for the perfect way to support veterans, service members, and their families? You’re not alone. The majority of Americans would like to help these underserved communities live better lives. Still, many Americans are not sure how to best do so, which is why we’ve come …

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