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June 15th, 2016
Tim re-launched Guided Star Consulting, the marketing consultancy that gave birth to the original Be Well World Practitioner Consortium.  Tim and associates, through Guided Star, now specialize in assisting Holistic Practitioners market themselves.

March 1st, 2016
Tim re-opened Be Well World's Directory of Holistic Practitioners as a free resource for Practitioners offering holistic health services (see the link at the bottom of the Find Practitioners page)  and began taking (also at no charge) more Content Submissions (Be Well World is now supported by the online Display Advertising)

January 1st, 2015
At the end of 2014, publisher Tim Brady, exhausted from the six years of this loving work, ceased printing operations (some say he read one of his articles on work-life balance). A year off saw him move to Sarasota, Florida, rescue two abused Cavalier King Charles puppies, meet his wife, Regina, and buy a small house just a bike ride from Siesta Key's beaches.

September 1st, 2014
Be Well World's printed distribution (now at 83,000 copies quarterly to 3,000+ locations) has cumlatively printed over 1.5 million copies of its free publication.

December 1st, 2013
Be Well World online now has more than 1,000 pages of free holistic health content written by over 100 practitioners.

March 1st, 2013
Be Well World's email rolls of holistic health practitioners exceeds 4,000 practicing alternative health professionals.

April 14th, 2012
Be Well World sponsorship partnership with the University of Maryland Center for Integrative Medicine helps present their first Health and Wellness Conference featuring Dr. Andrew Weil delivering the keynote.

September 1st, 2011
Be Well Baltimore appears, bringing total circulation of the Be Well World family to over 83,000 copies and 3,000+ locations.

March 1st, 2011
The Spring issue appears for the first time in four editions with 70,000 copies that are distributed to over 2,250 locations.

September 1st, 2010
BeWellWorld.com launches and puts over 250 pages of holistic health content online. With new articles added every week, the site instantly becomes one of the deepest complementary and alternative resources available. Over 100 authors are represented and readers benefit from a range of voices and perspectives. The date also marks the appearance of the first Be Well Howard (County, Maryland) edition, joining the Be Well Frederick and Be Well TriState versions.

April 17th, 2010
“Be Well in Baker Park” is held as our first major public event, a community wellness fair. Over 500 attend the day in downtown Frederick, putting practitioners face-to-face with the public and creating more opportunities for wellness. The event is repeated annually for the next several years.

April 7th, 2010
A joint-development agreement is entered into with web developer Prophysicus Research Systems. Shared values and deep experience at creating sites with voluminous scientific content highlight the synergies that will create www.BeWellWorld.com.

January 30th, 2010
Be Well Frederick sponsors a fundraising day of yoga and meditation workshops for the Usha Yoga Foundation, which awards yoga “scholarships” to offer yoga as a tool for empowerment to marginalized communities around the world. From that, a yoga teacher is sponsored for a year in Mexico, teaching yoga in a women’s shelter.

September 1st, 2009
The Fall and Inaugural issue of Be Well Frederick appears, likely setting a land speed record for a new publication to materialize (less than 90 days after our first conceptual meeting). 20,000 copies of the very first edition are printed.

June 22nd, 2009
Over 50 practitioners turn out to the very first “Wellness Connection” in Frederick, Maryland, announcing the launch of Be Well Frederick, the publication and the practitioner community. This event is held only a few weeks after defining the concept.

Namaste! Everyone at Be Well World and the Be Well Practitioner Communities

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