In our modern, fast-paced world, stress is becoming a very common component in our everyday lives. It has become so common, in fact, that we no longer seem to notice stress until it has compounded into something bigger and has started affecting our health. Stress hormones (a primary stress hormone like cortisol), are released into … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Relieve Stress: CBD can help!
Hi there! Happy New Year! Thank you for following my blog! I really appreciate it. I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. I’m back and ready to start off 2019 on the right foot. After going to several holiday parties, eating tons of sweets and party food, I am ready for 14-day clean … Continue reading Happy New Year!!
How cool is it to be nominated for a Blogger Recognition Award! I was so surprised that I was nominated. Much gratitude to michelleonyourside to nominate me. As I read the nomination I realized how much time and effort was put into it. I really appreciate the time michelleonyourside puts into her blog. If you have a few … Continue reading I was nominated for a Blogger Recognition Award
Hi there! I hope you having a great weekend so far! It is so easy for me to think that someone may want the same thing that I think they want or need. However, this may not be the case. This is the reason I am creating a poll. So, what health or lifestyle challenges … Continue reading Poll Time
Hey everyone! I am so excited to share with you all that some of my blog posts are on the yogadownload.com website! Click here! Hugs! S
Your mind works in mysterious yet powerful ways. Your thoughts, actions, responses, and future are all affected by the mind. Transforming your mind might seem like something magical, but it is very doable. Here are 4 tips to a happier, more focused, and enlightened mind! 1. Train your brain to be more positive! Going through … Continue reading Transforming Your Mind with These 4 Tips
A little about my story... My family - my mother's side has a history of heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, and digestive issues. My father had hemochromatosis and he passed away from a brain aneursym. All of my mom's brothers, sister, and grandmother had open heart surgery. I took after both sides of my parents … Continue reading Who do you know who is still eating the SAD diet?