Today we’re talking about ASMR. Really, I just want to share what I consider to be the best of the best in head-tingling braingasm videos but since there is still […]
Last spring my doctor asked me to work on raising my Vitamin D levels. The conversation left me puzzled. Doc: “I can write you a proscription for Vitamin D, or […]
Shame, as a verb, is a strange. It’s generally considered to be a pretty awful thing, yet is used openly as a tactical maneuver to gain control, often in seemingly […]
In an attempt to live more naturally (and closer to nature) I have been looking for areas in my life where I can cut out unnecessary chemical exposure. Below is a dilemma I’m facing regarding water safety. If you are knowledgeable in these areas, please share your insights in the comments.
What were you taught about sexuality? Do yo agree with it? What do you think we should teach our kids? | “Yes, Sex-Ed will teach her about sex, but who will teach her about sexuality? If it’s not her mom, then I’m afraid it’s going to be The Desperate Housewives of Sheboygan, WI…”
High heels tilt your pelvis causing your bootie and chest to stick out to compensate for the change in posture. Doing so can also shift your chi, or natural energy flow…
It’s funny how peppermint, a herb with cooling properties, is so adored in the winter and is associated with the element of fire. As I sit here sipping on a hot cup of peppermint green tea, I’m thinking about my love of the herb.
Even if the majority of your food is store-bought, you can instill a mindfulness practice, infusing your food with light and intentions for nourishment and good health.
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“If you don’t have a meditation practice yet, you need to start one,” my teacher said to me and my fellow yoga…
I’ll admit that I’ve experienced an emotional release a time or two when meditating, but the exercise-induced release usually reserved for dedicated yogis or serious runners has eluded me…until today.