Health

Filling Up Before Bed

  Eating at night, especially in front of the TV is a habit many of us share. We are often tired, our defenses are down. The work day has come to a close. We want to reward ourselves for all we have endured and may endure tomorrow. When we

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20 Ways to Get Good Karma

  20 Ways to Get Good KarmaBy, Dalai Lama Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk. When you lose, don’t lose the lesson. Follow the three R’s: 
-  Respect for self, 
-  Respect for others and 
-  Responsibility for all your actions. Remember that not

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Aspartame is Poison

Having been on numerous diets through my life, I have no idea how much aspartame I may have ingested. No more! Please read the following article by Trent James. Aspartame is the technical name for the brand names NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, and Equal-Measure. It was discovered by

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Wt Loss #2 (3rd day was rough!)

Week 1 has been a success! But I am keenly aware of the fact that beginnings tend to be easier than keeping it up. I started with creating some goals, strategies, and commitments. There are lots of tools out there to help with weight loss. I have decided to

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10 Ways to Raise Your Vibration

Operating with a higher frequency makes us happier, stronger, and more creative. We make better decisions, seeing clearly. Our cells have optimum capacity to work properly and heal.    “The human body is made up of over 75 trillion cells – all of which vibrate. The higher

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Unplug to Connect and Recharge

Technology has truly changed our world. We can easily access anything and almost anyone instantly. For sanity’s sake we need to break free from the constant hum of technology. We have become so connected to our cell phones and computers, checking the in box, Face book, Pinterest,

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Saucha (cleanliness and purity)

When we have clutter, negativity, toxicity, and chaos, the atmosphere is not conducive to peace, freedom, and contentment. We may feel stuck, depressed, and unable to move forward. Saucha is the first of the Niyamas (personal guidelines for living) and means cleanliness and purity. Saucha has inner and

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Yoga During Menstruation?

    There are differing opinions on yoga practice during menstruation. Should it be avoided altogether? Should the practice remain the same? Are there asana positions that are therapeutic? What should be avoided? All women are different. There are no blanket rules that apply to everyone. Some

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Journaling for Weight Loss

  Research suggests that people that write down their goals are more successful in reaching them than those who do not. A food journal is an essential tool for weight loss and maintenance. Writing goals down adds accountability and helps track progress.  We can monitor caloric intake and bring awareness to

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Experiencing Sugar Withdrawal?

Whether sugar is actually physically or psychologically addictive is up for debate. I see sugar as a drug bringing temporary bursts of energy and elevated mood. It also tastes really good!  Common symptoms of sugar withdrawal: agitation, moodiness, problems concentrating, depression, fatigue, headaches, sleep disturbance, and sugar cravings.  

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