Are you a glass half empty or a glass half full person? Do you feel that life happens to you (stuck under the circumstances) or that you create life results by your actions (going forward: over, under, around, or through)? Do you see obstacles or opportunities? In this post, I want to share a few… Continue reading Overcoming Negativity
Tag: managing stress
Even in this dark and hurting world, the bright light of love can always prevail. The author of the following words says that we have tremendous human limitations in this life but that the undimmed light of love is always present and available for us. Further, he assures us that love even overcomes the grave… Continue reading Love
Control Your Emotions with Ease
Many people around the world have just gone through a few months of lockdown due a novel coronavirus. As we begin to rebuild, let’s make sure that any physical and emotional stressors that may have built up – and may be continuing or even increasing - are addressed. I am not a medical professional, but… Continue reading Control Your Emotions with Ease
When I first started using essential oils, I heard a story about a woman who had only a bottle of Basil oil and used it for everything for an entire year before she moved on to other oils. At the time, I wondered if that could really be true. This post covers only some of… Continue reading Basil
Around the globe, people are being challenged to cope with a completely new daily life rhythm in the face of quarantine, social distancing, unanticipated home schooling and working from home or in unaccustomed settings, and more, all resulting from the spread of a novel coronavirus strain. One of the most frequently reported conditions that many… Continue reading Focus
ANXIETY! How can I help myself?
This is a guest post written by Tiina Nellis, Advanced Rapid Transformational Therapist, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and Personal & Business Performance Coach. She is based in England and serves domestic and international clients online. If you'd like more information on her work, please visit her website (www.tiinanellis.com), and follow her on Instagram @tiina_nellis Where do I… Continue reading ANXIETY! How can I help myself?
All Hail the Queen!
A rose to the living is more than sumptuous wreaths to the dead. ~ Nixon Waterman Lately I have been completely overtaken by a desire to use Rose essential oil on my skin on a daily basis. I had already been adding rose water to my refreshing skin spray (borax and filtered water) for many… Continue reading All Hail the Queen!
When I was growing up, my family didn’t practice any kind of fasting. I had Roman Catholic friends who told me about not having meat on Fridays and about giving up certain foods during Lent, but that was about it. We also didn’t have blood tests at doctors that I can remember, so I never… Continue reading Fasting
A Life Well Lived
My mother turned 96 earlier this month. She is still in very good health and has never worn glasses or needed help hearing. She had her hips replaced when she was in her 70s and got a pacemaker in her 80s. She has no short-term memory but is every bit as funny, witty, and logical… Continue reading A Life Well Lived
How to Avoid Career Burnout
This week's blog post is a guest column by George Mears, a brain fitness expert, educator, and counselor. One of his primary areas of study is neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to change and improve over one’s lifetime. He believes in the power of games, puzzles, memory activities, and other brain boosting practices to encourage brain… Continue reading How to Avoid Career Burnout