Tag Archives: healthy living

Show up as

By | July 8, 2010

Tweet Many years ago now I was at a business seminar and heard the idea of “showing up”.  Sometimes we are challenged by the goals we set, challenged by life and the concept is that is you “show up” as you would like to be that will be enough to start you moving down the path of your… Read More »

Are We Free? And Why Is This An Important Question To Consider?

By | February 1, 2017

Tweet Are We Free? And Why Is This An Important Question To Consider? Are We FREE? An interesting question right? Well, I have been following the NHPPA.org     (Natural Health Products Protection Association) and TheCharterofHealthFreedom.com  regarding the availability of health products in Canada. There are some fantastic videos available to watch. I watched the videos with Shawn Buckley (constitutional lawyer… Read More »

Sleep the forgotten pillar of wellness

By | June 29, 2010

Tweet Last night I didn’t sleep very well.  Went to bed at a good time however it was well past 1:30 am before I was asleep and it was before 6 am when I was awake.  I can not function on that little sleep and today I am reminded how so important it is to get a good… Read More »

The first pillar of wellness

By | June 25, 2010

Tweet As a Holistic Lifestyle Coaching we learn that Thinking is the #1 Pillar of Wellness. Our thoughts effect every cell in the body. Each thought travels to each cell in the body and can have a profound effect on ones health and well being. Thoughts manifest words and creates a physical outcome. Watch your thoughts, for they… Read More »

Happiness

By | June 24, 2010

Tweet I was out the other day on my bike and feeling very happy with life. Being out on my bike going for long rides makes me feel happy and free just like when I was a little kid. Looking at all the beauty around me, the wind on my face and not a worry in the world.… Read More »

Invisible

By | June 21, 2010

Tweet Many years ago now I was overweight by 75 pounds. I struggles for years with my weight. Poor eating habits, lack of exercise, stress and illness were the reason I was overweight. One day I just decided that enough was enough and began the journey to reduce my weight. When I first started I was struggling with… Read More »

Eating Organic Considered Just Food 50 Years Ago

By | June 15, 2010

Tweet I eat organic, I have mentioned that in prior posts. Yet it seems to me that when I was much, much younger food was just food. Good food. It was grown in the garden, there were no chemicals poured all over the fields. Seed went into the ground and with sun, water and weeding good crops came… Read More »

Organic Personal Care, do we need it?

By | June 7, 2010

Tweet I watched CNN last evening and Dr. Gupta had a show that was informative about the Toxins in the Womb of unborn babies.  Here is a shocking piece of the info:   “We’ve measured hundreds and hundreds of toxic chemicals in the blood of babies that are still in the womb,” said Ken Cook, president of the Environmental… Read More »

Eat Local!

By | June 3, 2010

Tweet I got to thinking last night after watching a video that Hellman’s did on eating local.  It was posted on Facebook and a few friends after watching it make comments on how now they are going to buy local.  The video went on to explain how much of the veggies and fruits that hit our tables here… Read More »

Organic?

By | May 31, 2010

Tweet In the last couple of years I have been eating mainly organic food.  I do my very best to get the freshest organic food and when organic is not possible local food.  There has been enough published to indicate that organic is much better for our health, more nutrition dense.  Well lately this has been a point that… Read More »