The Dangers of Drinking Soda

You’ve probably heard the saying “you are what you eat”. It is also true that you are what you drink. And unfortunately what we drink is often unhealthy, full of chemicals and has enough sugar to cause an addiction. Depending on where you live, it can be called soda, pop, coke or soft drink. Whatever […]

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What is an herb?

Ask the average person to define herbs and he or she will probably tell you that herbs are green leaves that may have some medicinal properties. Some may even add that herbs like Thyme and Sage are used for cooking. This is how most people define herbs, which is quite good knowledge considering that the […]

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Know Your Own Worth

Understanding your worth as a woman is important. In a society where women have historically faced discrimination from others in a variety of contexts and cultures, understanding that you do have value in the world is essential for feeling empowered. Think of understanding and embracing your own worth as fuel for empowerment. When you understand […]

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6 Mantras That Calm Your Mind & Bring Inner Peace

Mantras are wonderful tools that you can use during meditation as well as other parts of your day. Whether you’re deep in meditation or simply trying to remind yourself of something important, a mantra is a great way to center your thoughts and keep yourself on track. If you’re having trouble developing a mantra or […]

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LLC and the Healing Process

I paused on the step and looked up at the building, so much had changed since I walked up these stairs many months ago. My husband caught up with me and asked if I was alright, I assured him I was. He gently touched his hand to the small of my back and lovingly guided […]

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Poor Sleep and Chronic Illness

We’ve all suffered through days of headache, fatigue and irritability after a bad night’s sleep for whatever reason. Sure, you can make up for it with a power nap or by sleeping it off the following night. But when insufficient sleep becomes the norm and you’re not getting anywhere from 7 – 9 hours of […]

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Pneumonia and Grief

I woke up at 3am screaming in pain. My left shoulder was in agony. The pain radiated front to back and into my breast. Of course it was the breast cancer side. My mind raced at possibilities I didn’t want to think about. I was struggling to breathe, and my ear felt like it was […]

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Diets vs Nutritional Culture

An estimated 45 million Americans will go on a diet this year. Yet nearly two-thirds of us are overweight. But what if there was another way? What if you could ditch the diets and still achieve your goals? I’m not talking about some crazy fad diet or unscientific “hack.” I’m talking about developing a nutritional […]

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Eating For Your Mental Health

Many of us are concerned about our mental health as we spend more time in our homes and limit social interactions. The good news is you can use food to nourish yourself and keep yourself happy, healthy, and sane! Eat a healthy diet regularly. Your body can’t perform at its peak if you deny yourself […]

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Finding Forgiveness

It was just a shoe. But it made me cry. No it wasn’t an ugly shoe, and it fits just fine. It was what the shoe represented. You see I had been struggling for several days with my feet hurting. It was a burning, tingling sensation that I couldn’t get away from. Sitting down and […]

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Turn Problems Into Opportunities

Everyone has problems, challenges, and obstacles to overcome in life. To solve these difficult issues, you need mental, emotional, and physical energy. You can turn your problems into opportunities by learning to manage your energy.   Routine One of the biggest mistakes people make is letting their routine kill their energy. What, isn’t having a […]

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