The celebration of the relationship between our sun and planet is around the corner. Let’s emulate how ancient cultures show appreciation for this time by honoring the love within us.
Are you tired of having the same New Year’s Resolutions year after year- to lose weight, exercise, and eat healthily?
Would you like a proven process that is easy to do, plus on-going support that guarantees your success?
If you’re like me, February 14th can be a reminder of how lonely we sometimes feel. Watching the TV ads for diamond rings can leave me feeling ”alone”- even if in a relationship.
If you’re like me, you’re often on the look out for tips on how to cut calories and lose weight. So when I saw an article on Oprah’s website, “8 No-Brainer Tricks to Save Around 100 Calories in a Day,” I couldn’t resist.
For the first time, I heard my President express the values, explain the journey and share a courageous vision that I feel in the depths of my soul. By the time Beyonce sang the national anthem, I was sobbing so deeply that my body shook.
Yoga means union- union with your heart and soul, not just muscles. Focusing on the physical can lead to the false belief that this first step is the final step. The real “diamond” or breakthroughs come with accepting what we often avoid- our anger and limitations. This acceptance translates into empowerment and unconditional self love.
As we walk down Fifth Avenue, the windows sing and shout Christmas gift ideas of the latest technology and fashion fads. We pass the Salvation Army volunteer asking for pennies, thinking that our few dollars are just peanuts and won’t make a difference.
I arrived at the Rockaways as a member of the Clinton Global Initiative headed up by President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton. Our assignment was
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I think Dr. Oz has some great suggestions on how to use food as a powerful emotional medicine. Let me know what you think.
Yes, life-saving sleep!
According to Harvard Women’s Health Watch, chronic sleep loss can contribute to weight gain, high blood pressure,and a weakening of the immune system! Conversely, good sleeping habits boost the ability to learn and remember things, keep weight in check, keep an upbeat attitude, maintain cardiovascular health, fight off disease, and avoid accidents caused by drowsiness.