Little Things That Make A Big Difference

Happy New Year everyone! As we start off a New Year, I think most of us take the time to ponder and envision the things that are important to us.  Some call them resolutions, or goals, or plans – whatever resonates for you – but they are all about what and where we want to put our focus and precious energy this year. Recently, I was in the company of a group of amazing ladies … Read more

An Open Letter to Those Struggling with their Weight and Health

Note: This article contains 984 words and 1 image, with an estimated read time of 3 minutes. I have been a participant in the Healthy Transformations Program this year – starting on January 9, 2018. I recall being back and forth in my decision about committing to the program. Good intentions and hope were definitely there – but strong doubt and reservations crept in and drowned those thoughts out.  Old, ingrained thoughts played over in my … Read more

NOT TO WORRY: 10 THINGS TO STOP WORRYING ABOUT

Worry can cut off the flow of physical and emotional energy that keeps us fully alive. If you sometimes find yourself feeling worried or anxious, I’d like to share some wonderful tips that might help, from writer Martha Beck.  Enjoy! Everywhere I turn these days, people are urging me to worry. “Restaurants are swarming with bacteria!” shouts a local news promo. “We’ll tell you what to beware of!” From the computer in my lap, a … Read more

Chill Out! How To Overcome Burnout

Many of us have had times when we have felt stressed-out, overwhelmed, or maybe even totally burned out.

In this article, author Martha Beck shares some awesome insights and tips about stress and burnout – “Left unchecked, burnout can be lethal. So if you’re anywhere between lightly toasted and totally charred, it’s time to chill. Everything you value will benefit as you learn to keep your cool…”

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Are Your Thoughts Making You Sick?

Your physical health (good or bad) may be a direct result of the various conflicts you have had throughout your lifetime, along with your reaction to them. There is a lot of knowledge that supports this claim. The best example of this view comes from the work of Dr. Geerd Hamer. His work has taken the widespread notion that your emotions influence your health and well-being.[1] Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say … Read more