March 1, 2020

Walls Of Protection

Throughout history, cities and fortresses built walls to act as a system of protection to those living inside them. In recovery, walls of protection are an essential part to maintain the life you wish to live. These metaphorical walls work in a very similar fashion, but the method and materials from which they are built are much different.
February 6, 2020

The Art Of Kintsugi

The significance of Kintsugi is that it takes something broken and makes it even more beautiful when mended back together by filling the cracks with gold. This is to emphasize the beauty of what was once broken. Our struggles are what make us beautiful and Kintsugi teaches us to wear our scars proudly.
November 5, 2019

Mind your Meals: Part One

Mindful eating practices can redefine your relationship with food.
November 5, 2019

Eating With The Season

Benefit your health and your community by eating locally grown, seasonal foods.
October 21, 2019

Piece of Paper to Peace of Mind

Practice mindfulness by picking up a piece of paper and transforming it into a piece of art.
July 15, 2019

What is Mindfulness?

An introduction to understanding mindfulness.
July 15, 2019

Love Is A Verb

How do you show people that you love them?
July 11, 2019

Sharing Is Caring And Delicious

Plan a meal or potluck with friends and family to improve happiness and relationships with others. Sharing a meal with family members, peers, and friends provides an opportunity to nourish our minds and bodies. Research shows...
July 11, 2019

Powerful Secrets

The secrets that we hide have enormous power in our lives. How many addictive or compulsive behaviors have been hidden or covered up?
July 11, 2019

Eating Well On The Road To Recovery

Learning to eat well is an important part of self-care. Why Food Choices Matter
June 24, 2019

Would It Make A Difference?

There's always been a debate on whether addiction is a choice or a disease. Is that the real question we need to focus on though?
June 24, 2019

Guilt and Shame

Did you know there was a difference between the two? Guilt is healthy part of the recovery process and being able to forgive yourself.
June 24, 2019

Be Smart, Not Strong

For some of us in recovery, we feel the need to do everything ourselves and asking for help doesn't always come easy. We have to learn how to be smart in our recovery, we don't always have to be strong.
June 24, 2019

Who knew..

Who knew it could be so hard to give something up. We overlook a lot of places and times that are associated with alcohol, but how about looking at it from another perspective?
May 15, 2019

The Salt Exchange – Third Album

Naturally The Third Album is The Salt Exchange’s third release featuring 11 tracks spanning genres of acoustic, hip hop, rock, and electronic. Released September 22, 2018.
May 5, 2019

The Salt Exchange – Album Two

Album TWO is The Salt Exchange’s second release featuring 10 tracks spanning genres of acoustic, hip hop, punk, and blues. Released September 23, 2017.
May 4, 2019

The Salt Exchange – Album 1

Album 1 is The Salt Exchange’s first release featuring 7 tracks spanning genres of acoustic to hip hop. Released September 23, 2016.
April 15, 2019

Music Review: The Salt Exchange Album1

In the back lot of Frontline Foundations, a substance abuse counseling facility in Chesterton, Indiana, is an unassuming looking garage with a sign on the door reading, “Welcome to the Conduit”.
April 15, 2019

Summer SOULstice Fest Recap

What a wonderful event… Imagine a place where all walks of life of people came together with a bright sense of human helpfulness and kindness; a place where the elderly mingled with the young and each ones’ music mingled with the other.