#WellnessTonic delivers themes related to physical, emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing–all intended to inspire empowering mindset shifts.
One thing presence does is help us recognize, consider and act on what we might call “intuition.” We can ignore intuitive feelings, and we can also misinterpret intuitive feelings out of fear. The key is to be quiet, remain aware and listen to yourself.
The holidays are a time of over-indulgence and generosity. There are parties, desserts, and treats everywhere you look. We all let loose during the holidays and think, “This only happens once a year so it’s okay to eat anything I want.” But come January when you step on the scale, you regret the extra calories and vow it won’t happen again.
There is no question that the pandemic has led many people to shift their perspectives–not only have I heard this in the many conversations I have had with friends and colleagues in the past year and half, it is something that is well-documented.
Osteoporosis is a progressive bone disease that is characterised by a decrease in bone mass and density and that leads to an increased risk of fracture. There are several ways that you can help prevent this disease through lifestyle changes.
Eating mindfully helps you to slow down and appreciate your meal. It makes you aware of what you are eating and might even encourage you to eat healthier. Here are some tips to help you be more mindful eaters.
Lotions, creams and serums are helpful to care for our skin, but eating healthy foods is the best way to care for your skin.
Whether it’s noticing the blooms that come with the Spring, taking a walk in a beautiful park or hiking a trail (for those who are more adventurous), can you feel your mood shift? Well, it’s more than a feeling; the impact of nature on state of mind has been studied and documented.
Staying healthy is on everyone’s mind. We all want to live a healthy life. But, did you know that workout machines, plastic yoga mats and sneakers wind up in the landfills? Here are five ways to keep you and the earth in optimum health.
Putting yourself first means that it may be necessary to say no to someone else in order to say yes to yourself.
Womanism has taken on more political meanings as the decades have ticked on, but I see Walker’s view of womanism as ”a garden where all flowers have a chance to bloom equally” as a lovely, simple metaphor for the right of men, women and non-binary people to live our lives with equal access to opportunity.
It’s February, and we are celebrating Black History Month by looking back a little, and also forward at those doing good in the world now to affect future generations.
Now is a time of re-imagining, moving forward in a spirit of creation. We outline some year-end steps to launch the New Year with your own Appreciation and Creation Practice.
I struggle to get myself to work out consistently. I give myself 100 reasons why I don’t have time, distract myself with other chores or just avoid the issue altogether. But, when I do exercise, I feel so good I know that it is important for my emotional, mental and physical health.
There are numerous sources we can go to for the scientific benefits of gratitude. Forbes, HBR, Psychology Today and more have written about studies linking a practice of gratitude with better self-care, better physical and mental health. Not surprisingly, there have been a surprising number of articles about the rewards of gratitude in 2020.
Wellness Through Helping Others In the New York Times (May 2020), Dr. Steven Southwick stated, “Small acts are important.” The professor emeritus of psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine and co-author of “Resilience: The Science of Mastering Life’s...
Laugh a little each day in trying times, in…all the times. You deserve it!
Dear Dear Friends, Fans and SoulMates, Whether you, dear reader, are 25 or 65, at one point we all find the road ahead is shorter than the road behind. Jewish writings refer to this time as the “narrow place.” "The challenge is to reimagine the narrow place as one of...
The Harvard Business Review writes, “Rituals, it turns out, are a powerful human mechanism for managing extreme emotions and stress, and we should be leaning on them now.