Articles tagged with: wellness
You can have a wonderful time at Halloween, enjoying your family traditions, without all the sugary sweet, cavity inducing, and hyperactivity stimulating candy. Try focusing on the festivities and fun, and maybe not so much the treats.
Directors of the Elizabeth Birth Center for Autism Law and Advocacy (EBCALA), parents and vaccine-injured children will hold a press conference on the steps of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims (717 Madison Place, NW in Washington, DC) on Tuesday, May 10 at 12:00 PM to unveil an investigation linking vaccine injury to autism. For over 20 years, the federal government has publicly denied a vaccine-autism link, while at the same time its Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) has been awarding damages for vaccine injury to children with brain damage, seizures and autism. This investigation, based on public, verifiable government data, breaks new ground in the controversial vaccine-autism debate.
The cold and flu season is upon us and every year in the United States, an average of 5-20% of the population gets the flu and many more the common cold. These infections take hold when the immune system is low due to fatigue, nutritional deficiencies or stress. Often the infections spread through casual encounters, school, church, playgrounds and work, even with proper hygiene. The spread is hard to avoid and this as an ever-growing issue that keeps both parents out of work, kids home sick and sometimes chronically ill. It is essential that we give our bodies what they need especially during the cold & flu season. Here are some basic recommendations, there are also many homeopathic and natural herbal remedies that can help combat and treat symptoms.
This is one of my favorite books for teaching kids that it is okay to have emotions and to express them. As parents, our job is to model for our kids appropriate ways of being ourselves, when we are happy, sad, mad or just blah! We all have great days and not so good days.
From stay-at-home moms to CEO’s to women in the armed services, American women lead busy, stressful lives. Although a little pressure can stimulate creativity and enable us to achieve more, too much stress is unhealthy both physically and emotionally and can seriously interfere with our interpersonal relationships. So let’s look at a few ways to C.U.T. S.T.R.E.S.S!
his article was written by Christine Kane. I get her e-newsletter every week and always enjoy her articles. In her introduction she writes that she needed this advice herself this week! How many times do you ignore your own symptoms/signs that you are worn out and need to take some time out? Her tips for self-care are so easy, why wouldn’t we do at least one if not all 9 of them?
Move over Tony Robbins, there’s a new motivational force in town and her name is DeDe Murcer Moffett. “What if you knew that YOU were the only one standing between you and the life of your dreams!” says Murcer Moffett, a women’s motivational speaker based in Frisco, Texas.
As I move forward into a new year and hopefully a new me, I loved her ideas for creating a morning ritual. Mine is haphazard at best although I love rituals. I do find it hard to build new habits. How about you? Do you have a morning ritual? With two young kids at home, I find the only way to get anything accomplished in the morning is to get up before they do. That can be a challenge some mornings, but maybe if I knew what I had to look forward to, it would motivate me to get up!
What’s wrong with that picture? I just turned 45 years old, I am 45 pounds overweight (poetic justice in those numbers) and my business has been on hold for the first several weeks of the year. If I keep doing what I am doing, I will not be alive in 20 years to play with my grandchildren, grow old with my husband and see my children’s success in their lifetime. And I really want to be here, in a way that I have not focused on before. Maybe it is that big number, 45, which suddenly looks a lot closer to 50 than it ever did before. Maybe it’s just realizing that I am cheating myself. I don’t have the energy or enthusiasm I used to have for anything.
I was so gung ho about our new program a week ago, read my last blog post for details about the wonderful program my husband and I are participating in with the founders of Living Well Dallas. We were excited to return home to Dallas with our family and kick everything into high gear. Brad and I had spent time doing some good planning for the business and were looking forward to doing some personal planning as well. We were trying to be creative about making change without overwhelming ourselves with everything that needs to get done. Jenny, our “inner” organizer is brilliant at helping us to manage the overwhelm and be clear about what we really need.
Then on New Year’s Eve I received a phone call that my beloved stepdad was in the hospital again