Saturday Share – How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan

If your New Year diet has already failed, it’s not your fault. This post explains why. via How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan I had to share this post because Julie speaks to many of the issues I have experienced in my past struggles with food … Continue reading Saturday Share – How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan

TBT – Go easy on yourself

Throwback Thursday - an edited post from December 2017 that feels timely.  This time of year can be difficult, especially for anyone dealing with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) that may originate from the lack of light and lack of fresh air. Symptoms I experience can include anxiety, the blues, and changes in my mood or … Continue reading TBT – Go easy on yourself

My life-saving husband

This post is dedicated to my awesome and life-saving husband who, last year on this date insisted that I go to the hospital when I had some unexplained abdominal pain. As it turned out, I had appendicitis and the very kind staff at Regions Hospital take wonderful care of me, scheduling me for surgery later … Continue reading My life-saving husband

Outsourcing our dream-time?

I am researching sleep this week as part of a project contract. I finished Dr. Rubin Naiman's book Healing Night and it really got me thinking about the hazards of our dream-deprived (REM state) sleep habits.  Recent CDC reports indicate that over a third of U.S. adults receive less than the 7 hour minimum recommended by … Continue reading Outsourcing our dream-time?

Wellness Wednesday – step away from the desk

For those of you out there who work at "desk jobs" where you spend a lot of time at a computer on a typical day, this one is for you. There are days when I am at a keyboard for a long time. Whether doing research for a client, or writing or emailing or on … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – step away from the desk

Wellness Wednesday – rest and digest

Now that the excitement of this midterm election has come to a close, it is time to rest and digest. After all the "aerobic" energy of the campaign and election season, and as we process the results, we must enter a season of pausing and reflecting. I am relieved this election cycle is over. Some of … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – rest and digest