• healthy bowel movements

    How Healthy Is Your Poop?

    Yep! I’m goin’ there!  Despite the fact that we all poop, it is probably one of those subjects that you don’t talk about – even with your health care practitioner.  I want to change that because your bowel movements are your body’s natural way of detoxing, and your poop can tell you a lot about your health. In fact, it’s is one of the few reminders you get about your health on a daily basis.

  • Recovery from Addiction & Substance Abuse

    9 Steps You Can Take To Overcome Addiction

    If you or someone you love has an addiction, you are not alone. According to a Columbia University study, 40 million Americans age 12 and over meet the clinical criteria for addiction to nicotine, alcohol or other drugs.

  • 12 Things I Am Too Wise For

    12 Things I Am Too Wise For

    Not too long ago I read a Huffington Post blog by Michelle Combs in which she enumerates the things she is too old for.  I liked that she states that she loves getting older.  And, enumerating the things she no longer puts up with – such as “shutting up” or making excuses for her messy […]

  • Speak up Your Opinion

    8 Tips for How YOU Can Learn to Speak Up

    In order to heal, Speak Up! Silence IS the disease. — Dr. Christiane Northrup We hear of so many “silent” diseases today — everything from thyroid disease to heart disease, kidney and liver dysfunction to Celiac disease, and from “female problems” to the now-popular Lyme disease. And, just look at all the new books there are […]

  • Caring for Caregivers

    10 Ways to Care For Yourself When Caring For Loved Ones

    Many caregivers think that taking time for themselves to rest or have fun with their friends makes them selfish because there is someone who needs them 24/7. This is absolutely not the case! Caring for yourself is the most important—and often the most forgotten—thing you can do as a caregiver.

  • Seasonal Depression

    7 Ways to Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder This Winter

    As our daylight hours in the Northern Hemisphere are waning, and as we turn back the clocks to accommodate this change, it’s easy to forget that most of the people on Earth lived without electricity as little as 125 years ago! Despite being able to “change time,” I know that this transition is difficult for many of you. Being without light is difficult for me, too. Light is, after all, a nutrient.

  • High Blood Pressure

    New Blood Pressure Guidelines: What Do They Mean?

    Blood pressure fluctuates all the time, hour-by-hour, and day-by-day, and there has been extensive over-diagnosis and unnecessary treatment of millions of people because of this. In fact, it’s not uncommon for blood pressure to rise simply in response to a doctor’s visit! This is called the “white coat syndrome” and I’ve seen it repeatedly. On […]

  • EFT Tapping

    Use Tapping (EFT) To Heal Your Money Problems—And Everything Else!

    I had always been interested in the link between beliefs and health. But after my divorce, I learned —up close and personal—the link between finances and beliefs! In short, I realized that my attitude towards money was creating my financial reality.