So you had your health scare, now what?

We are happy to include this thought provoking article from our guest blogger, Michael Groves of https://www.facebook.com/thefatcycliest/ You thought it would never happen to you and now you just had...

Yogic Journey

A friend shared a post which popped into my Facebook news feed. The meme was what first caught my attention. It spoke to a practice that I had begun to start the day with – speaking to my body &...

Alzheimers – The Long Goodbye

My brother had arrived to collect my mother.  He was in his old Mercedes car. She had spent the weekend at my house.  Mam has been writing down bits of trivia on scraps of paper so that she can answ...

Parenting Tips in a Nutshell – Teen Spirit!

By the time our children reach their teens they are in the important process of developing their own identity, apart from that of their parents. Needless to say, it’s an important and vulnerable tim...

Law of Attraction & Juice Plus

It must be about twenty years since I first came across Abraham Hicks and (LOA) The Law of Attraction.  It was a line in You Can Heal Your Life by Louise L Hay that piqued our interest. Gerry, my h...

Taking back control of our health

Our introduction to Juice Plus for weight loss with a low calorie diet In 2017 both Gerry and I turn sixty. When I was a kid, thirty seemed ancient. When I was thirty, sixty seemed a lifetime away. He...

The Kinesiologist

The Kinesiologist, ‘Mary’, sat and listened while I answered her question on what I generally ate.  My sister, swears by her. She is a neat, lean, dark haired woman. I asked her if she would like...

A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP

In a course I was facilitating, the discussion came around to mental health and wellbeing. The number one constant that was a problem for most people in the room, was lack of quality sleep. All were p...

Closure is a Myth, Progress is Not

August 6th, 2013 Closure is a myth, but progress is not. Nothing ends and nothing stays the same, which means you never arrive AND you never stay still. Living in the middle like this is a delicate ba...