Ugh, Flu

Well there is no secret that the Flu is going around. When we end up getting sick, it can drain our physical energy and unfortunately our mental and emotional energy as well. I recently dealt with something I considered to be the Flu's cousin. While some things cannot be avoided, I am glad it was a quick run in for me, and I was again reminded of how important it is to take care of my body -- it is one of my best allies, and nurturing it is valuable. So here is a quick smoothie recipe that helped me recently to quickly bounce back (you can add the amounts as you see fit), and that I plan to add to my Winter support regimen: Vitamin C & Immunity Support Smoothie: Wash and cut several strawber

St. John's Wort

St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) has a long history of folk use for treating anxiety and depression. The flowering tops of St. John’s Wort are used to prepare teas, tablets, capsules, and liquid extracts. Topical preparations are also available. The herb obtained the name from the feast day of John the Baptist, which coincides with Midsummer's Eve and the Summer Solstice. It is when the sun is at its maximum height and when the herb is at its peak. It is said to be a sunny plant, bringing light and cheer where previously there was darkness and hopelessness. Modern research has shown positive effects of the herb in decreasing levels of mild-moderate anxiety or depression. Clinical studi

Goal Setting

Welcome to 2018! This time of year, the focus tends to be on resolutions and goal setting. For some this can be an exciting time or an overwhelming time thinking about changes they would like to make or plans they would like to manifest. Areas to Consider when Setting Goals: I would like to encourage you to think about the "root thing"-- that one thing that can help you meet 3 goals at the same time or the "top things"-- the goals that you would like to meet that will impact other areas in your life in a positive way. I encourage this to help you pace yourself in goal setting, so that your desires will not overwhelm you to the point of giving up. An example of a "root thing" would be someone

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