As the New Year begins, people all around the globe are creating New Year’s resolutions related to exercise and living a healthier lifestyle. Obviously wanting to live a healthier life is a fantastic New Year’s resolution, but the real issue is how high people set the bar. The last thing you want is to create an unrealistic fitness goal that you end up dropping a month into the New Year.
In the spirit of making New Years resolutions, many people are choosing to make their health and self-care a top priority. No matter where you’re at in your journey to better health and happiness, there is always room for change and improvement. In a recent article by Joy McCarthy of Joyous Health, a health and wellness blog, McCarthy shares some of her favorite self-care tips that she’s gathered from health and wellness experts.
As the holidays near, day-to-day life can start to feel a little crazy with all of the shopping and preparation going on. Despite all of the chaos, the holiday season is the perfect time for your company to give back to its community. For many, the holidays are a difficult time of year, and your company has the opportunity to make a difference.
The following is an excerpt from “14 Easy Ways to Develop Psychic Abilities, Intuition and ESP” by David and Steve Gordon.
Essential oils are oils that are extracted from a wide variety of plants and their plant parts, including but not limited to tree bark, roots, and fruit rinds. They can be used for their fragrant properties, but more importantly, they have many medicinal benefits, which range depending on the plant being used.
Self-Healing and the Mind, Body, Spirit Connection by Curt Remington Although we tend to view them as separate, our mind, body, and spirit are very interconnected. This is a key concept in holistic healing. If you only heal the body, you’re likely to have recurring problems. Often, when you take care of the mind and the spirit, the body will cure itself. Stress and the Mind, Body Connection Western medicine largely ignores the...