The following has been appearing on the Internet in various people’s blogs and on social media sites for a couple of years now. I do not know who wrote this, I’ve seen it several times on social media – Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. I tried searching for it in various places via Google, and couldn’t… Continue reading Do What Needs to Be Done Now
Andrea Beaman (right) and myself (left) barefoot with beachy hair! I mentioned in last month's newsletter that I'd share a few highlights of the retreat I went on in the Outer Banks - "Take Back Your Health." I was so inspired by many of the classes and speakers, as well as some of the other… Continue reading “Community Builds Immunity, Safety & Happiness”
Our world is in a topsy-turvy disruption from all of the negative violence (with some positive responses) to that violence and blind hatred in our culture. Our society and what we have become as a nation and inhabitants of our earth need healing after recognizing and admitting our shortcomings as mindful intelligent people. The stress… Continue reading It’s the Right Time to Heal Your Mind, Body & Spirit
Kathleen Note: This blog was primarily written by my friend Ruth Redenbaugh. Ruth and I recently attended the 2019 Ojai Herbal Symposium in California ("The Wisdom of the Body") and we wanted to share some of our learnings and a few adventures with you! My friend Ruth is left, I'm on the right Best Laid… Continue reading Wellness and Beauty Insights from Ojai
What promotes our efforts to look and feel good and what undercuts our efforts? What are these dream destroyers that undercut our real goal of improving ourselves or maintaining our recent past improvements? Is it our attitudes or our outlook on change? One deterrent is perfectionism, the other is fear. These two traits can then… Continue reading Look Good. Feel Good.
Did you know that a reasonably inactive adult loses approximately 2 litres of water a day through breath, sweat and urine? All drinks, apart from alcohol count toward making up this amount including tea and coffee – and more than a third of our water comes from our food. You may require more fluid if… Continue reading Hungry? Drink Some Water First.
Ahhh, summer…home-grown tomatoes, corn-on-the-cob and fresh lemonade. From a cold glass of lemonade at a cook-out, to a quick cup from your friendly neighborhood lemonade stand, this drink has been satisfying both young and old in a variety of settings for years, with summer serving as its most popular time to consume to quench your… Continue reading The Many Benefits of Lemonade
A natural approach to your diet and lifestyle is not just an alternative approach. It is simply better. I believe the dual approach of implementing a natural culinary and topical lifestyle when it comes to your wellness & beauty makes a world of difference. Here is a note I recently received from a friend of… Continue reading A Natural Way to Health & Beauty