Many families are buying more organic produce than conventional, non-organic, but navigating the world of organics can be very confusing.
I subscribe to Cheryl Richardson’s (author and motivational speaker) weekly newsletters and I really enjoy them!
Wabi sabi is the Japanese art of appreciating the beauty in the naturally imperfect world.
Could you relate to the idea of trying to push and force things in your life to happen?
Today's tip I learned from my long-time friend Lyn Erickson.
In middle school, I felt pressure to have name brand clothes and accessories and felt bad about myself because my family could only afford Target’s version of the Swatch watch.
There is a lot of confusion about when to use ice and when to use heat for an injury and using the incorrect therapy can prolong your pain.
I was asked a great question from my friend and client, Bridget (hi Bridget).
It's safe to say that everyone loves spring with its warmer temps, greener grass and blooming flowers.
If I have heard it once, I have heard it a hundred times from my clients that they do not like the taste of water.
So many of my clients and readers identified with a previous newsletter about eliminating activities that did not excite them.
Most of us spend a large portion of our work hours on the computer and many of you are feeling the aches and pains of improper ergonomics.
I was asked another great question, this time from my friend and client, Bridget (hi Bridget).