Category Archives for "Healthy Living"
Ugh, it’s that time of year again. We live on a reservation where everything is legal and 4th of July lasts for a month. I have a fraidy dog and I used to like fireworks but it’s just not worth what they put animals through. The Humane Society says that the 4th is the busiest […]Continue reading
Hey there! How’s the sunshine where you are? We are fresh out out here and under a perpetual heavy fog that leaves everything coated in a heavy hoarfrost. It’s all the beauty of snow without the hassle. But no sunshine. It’s all too easy to feel subdued, dreary and down. One day of gloom is […]Continue reading
This is where I believe many of us are this season. The analogy is that of a vine that has outgrown it’s current support system and has either collapsed under the weight, or been blown over by the wind. In either case, it calls for a reevaluation of where we are, where we are going, […]Continue reading
Are you upbeat and looking forward to the new year? Or are you still reeling in disappointment and frustration from the past? When things don’t go as you’d hoped, do you adapt and roll with it, or do you get hung up in a certain measure of defeat? I had a dream last night of […]Continue reading
Having a healthy sense of self-confidence definitely makes life easier. It helps you manage your fears, thereby helping you to seize opportunities and take chances that can change your life in a positive way. Athletes, business people, speakers, and actors all recognize that their own self-confidence is integral to achieving their best performance. And studies have […]Continue reading
I have some dental anxiety issues, and since I had an appointment last week, Crisis Care to the rescue! Crisis Care is Freedom Flowers’ version of an emergency essence, used similar to Rescue Remedy. It is formulated a little differently so you may want to read up on the flowers in both of them to […]Continue reading
Like most people involved in alternative medicine, I have an interest in eating well, and a decent idea of how to do that. I used to be a health nut, very focused on what I ate or didn’t eat, to the point where shopping, planning and preparing meals was taking up a significant portion of […]Continue reading