Tag Archive: health and wellness

Apr 11

Crack My Back Doc!

Most of you know that I have a daily 3 hour round trip commute to work.  So sitting in a car,  gripping the steering wheel for an extended period of time over a 5 year span has really damaged my body.  That coupled with the fact that I was the caregiver to my grandmother for …

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Nov 11

72 Tips for Staying Young

72 Tips for Staying Young Darci Maxwell, author Every day, an estimate of 432 billion cells in your body die. Those cells are then replaced by other cells during your body’s natural regeneration process. The quality of these new cells is based on the quality of materials they have to create themselves. You have control …

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Oct 19

Managing Stress

Managing Stress We are often subject to stress, the chronic and primarily psychological pressures of modern life. Yet we also suffer consequences when the body’s biological mechanisms for handling stress go awry. Fortunately, we have the ability to control our reaction to stressful situations. Stress Facts  85 percent of adults know that they may …

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Jul 13

A Guide to Helping Aging Parents

A Guide to Helping Aging Parents Author: Andy Andersen Knowing how to help aging parents is tough for everyone. It can be an unexpectedly difficult topic to address for all parties involved because it usually entails painful emotions that are difficult to process. If this is an experience you are going through, know that you …

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Jun 12

Christian Ways to Reduce Stress

Christian Ways to Reduce Stress Ten years ago a co-worker gave me this list and I have kept a copy of it on my desk ever since. It is still relevant today and I hope you find it helpful on this “Feel Good Friday” Pray Go to bed on time Get up on time so …

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Jun 04

I fear for my husband’s health

I fear for my husband’s health… …not from the back pain that keeps him from grooming his feet   I fear for my husband’s health… …not from the x-rays and stitches caused by students that he was there to educate   I fear for my husband’s health… …not from the cancerous cells that have invaded …

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Jun 02

Heal your skin and heal the world…one jar at a time

Disclosure:  This product was provided to me in exchange for an honest review, all opinions are 100% my own. Hello friends, I hope all is well in your world.  If you have been following me for some time then you know how I feel about keeping my skin moisturized and well protected.  Every night before …

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May 18

Live leak free like me with Depend Silhouette Active Fit

DISCLOSURE: I am participating in a VIN campaign for Depend. I am receiving a fee for posting; however, the opinions expressed in this post are my own. I am in no way affiliated with Depend and do not earn a commission or percent of sales.   Live leak free like me with Depend Silhouette Active Fit …

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May 06

25 Easy Ways to Boost Your Immune System

25 Easy Ways to Boost Your Immune System [Guest Post} Author: Alyssa Craig   April showers brings May flowers…and sniffles, sneezes and allergies!  Spring is blooming and so are illnesses!  If you have small children, or are more easily susceptible to getting sick, you may be looking for simple changes you can make to boost …

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Apr 24

Superfoods for Seniors ~ Bowel Disease Basics

Superfoods for Seniors Wow it seems like it has been forever since I last featured a chapter from the Superfoods for Seniors book, but it has been on my desk at work for the longest time so I guess it’s time to begin again. The last chapter we discussed was Tummy Tamers, and this week …

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