I'm not sure what the hardest month of the year is ...today I'd say it's right now...the last weeks of February. I feel like Winter has gone on forever, testing my coping skills. I can't even sit on the porch and watch the world go by with the cold and wind. After laying low for months, … [Read more...] about Coping With The Last Leg Of Winter (My Butternut Squash Miso Recipe)
Long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remain green all year round had special meaning for people in the winter. Considered a triumph of life over death. During the 1880 Christmas season, Thomas Edison introduced the first outdoor Christmas lights to the world....and … [Read more...] about The Body Is A Living Miracle Of Vibrating Light Cells
For this season's Newsletter I'd like to open the conversation about Hope. It is no coincidence that Christmas is in the Winter. We need it. Maintaining a sense of Hope through the long dark days and nights of Winter can feel like a Herculean effort....that is why Christmas is packed with … [Read more...] about Hope As A Practical Support System
Maintaining good health during all four seasons requires living in harmony with the natural cycles. Fall is when we prepare for Winter. This the best time to begin boosting your immune system so that it will 'Weather the Winter'. Vitamin supplements can be tricky with no true FDA … [Read more...] about Spirulina! Superfood Immune Booster!
I've never thought it was the best idea to park the New Year in the middle of the Winter when days are cold and short, the nights long. Studies have shown that 92% of people who set big, important resolutions on New Year's Day, (quit white sugar, lose weight, get in shape, make more sense … [Read more...] about Is Your Blender Drink Ruining Your Liver?