Read Vance's Tip of the Week
Our latest issue of the AAA magazine arrived this week and I was completely captivated by the cover article. We’re coming up on the two year anniversary of the Eagle Creek fire which consumed 50,000 acres and has surpassed $40 million in damage. I’m still in awe of all the burn scars that can be seen as we drive on the interstate, hike the many trails, or even go for a swim in the Columbia River. But underneath these tall Douglas fir trees, there’s new life forming that wasn’t ever there before.
Just like acres and acres that are recovering from a terrible tragedy, our bodies do the same thing daily. I find myself implementing all five areas of Nikken’s wonderful solutions every day so this five decade old body can bounce back from what I put it through. Suzanne Steele taught me the following acronym and it’s an easy way to remember how to tap into what God put into the earth and Nikken brought it into our homes.