The world is an especially beautiful place today, confident that no matter what I see in the news or hear on the street, or should I find myself facing mundane challenges. I feel romantic and optimistic about my relationship. Making the most o... Read more
Learning to pay attention
Things happen in our lives for a reason, even if that reason is not clear to us right now.
When events appear to fit together perfectly in our lives it may seem at first that they are random occurrences, things that are the result of coi... Read more
It's never an accident
When the deepest part of you becomes engaged in what you are doing...you are doing what you were meant to be doing."
— Gary Zuka
Have you ever been thinking about a specific someone, the phone rings and it's that very same person calling... Read more
From a child’s perspective
Did you experience a sense of wonder come over you today? Tired of allowing mundane matters foul your joy and you're ready to embrace the kind of innocence and pleasure you experienced during your childhood. A romantic or childlike frame of mind... Read more
Tired, weary, and flat out of positive energy?
We all know how challenging it can be to keep a positive attitude and a measure of faith when in the midst of trying times. And this would be because we have the right to think that because the universe loves us we experience that love in the fo... Read more
It is what it is! SO WORK IT!
Making It Work for You
Running your life and your household is a bit like running a business for which some things can easily be delegated.
Sometimes we have so many varying responsibilities in our lives, ranging from work obligatio... Read more
It's been a day!
It's been a day let me tell ya!
I don't know why I took the time to map out the day today.
I did get my walking in. Boy did I get my walking in!
First it was the five miles out to the cemetery hill and back then out to the rodeo grounds t... Read more
Keeping it all in perspective
Isn't it ironic, that when I get busy, the first thing that tends to become less of a priority is consideration of myself. Because I have less time and a lot on my plate, it only stands to reason that this should naturally happen. However, the e... Read more
Get Your Feelings Out of the Fridge
Angry + lonely = ice cream. Hurt = chocolate. Bored + cookies = guilt. We've all let our feelings overrule our appetites and then regretted it. Fitness expert Bob Greene offers some healthy advice.
Many of us have, at o... Read more
Speaking From Experience.
How many times have you started a diet in your life? Probably a lot more than just once. If you want to lose weight, there's only one way to do it; the right way. I'll tell you right now: Skipping meals or following an extremely low-calorie diet... Read more
You Really Goofed. Good for You!
Why Stress About Ruined Resolutions or Unaccomplished Goals? Where does it get you? It doesn't serve anything positive
Here we are, a quarter of the way through 2012, and the resolutions I've made on New Year's Day are really starting to p... Read more
Where do we fit in?
Where do we fit in when we are different from what is considered normal? Unfortunately, we live in a society where labels are used as a means of understanding the world and the people that live in it. As a result, many of us find ourselves labor... Read more
The healing nature of non-verbal communication
Sometimes we be concentrating so much on our spiritual lives that we overlook the wonders of being present in the material body. We need also be more aware of our bodies, that they are also just as important in personal growth, in the sense of ... Read more
I Can't or I Don't Want To?
When it comes to diet and exercise, I forbid you to ever use the phrase: I can't. I'm telling you, there's no such thing! There might be "I don't want tos," but there are absolutely no "I can'ts" from here on out.
Why am I being so hard on ... Read more
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Calcium, Vitamin D, and Osteoporosis
Calcium, Vitamin D, and Osteoporosis
About 10 million Americans already have osteoporosis, and 34 million are at risk.1 Contrary to popular belief however, low intake of calcium is not the primary cause of osteoporosis. Wh... Read more