We are all “Mamas” – women of all ages, shapes, fitness levels and sizes. And we’re all pulled in a gazillion different directions with “The Disease to Please,” which often means that we put ourselves last on the list of things to do and people to take care of. It’s really interesting to me to
When it comes to positive thinking, there is a clear connection between mind, body and spirit. The scientific evidence is mounting that positive thoughts towards any situation can have a broad range of impact, physiologically and psychologically. Studies conducted by Alex M. Wood University of Manchester, England, Jeffrey J. Froh, Hofstra University, United States, and
Mother Nature knows best, and she possesses tremendous healing powers. We witness that every time we slather gel from the aloe plant on sunburned skin or deploy digitalis from the foxglove plant to bolster a flagging heart. Our bodies and spirits gain strength when we hike up a hillside or swim in a river. Stress
Imagine coming home one day to find your entire home “re-set” to a more carefree time 22 years earlier. Envision yourself listening to music from those younger days, and reading newspapers and magazines with the headlines of the time while surrounded by possessions and mementos of that era. Can you reminisce about that time and
Being optimistic and upbeat feels great. But there’s more to it than just a state of mind. Your body may also reap benefits when you keep a positive outlook. A recent study from the University of Illinois suggests that people who are positive and optimistic have much higher cardiovascular health than those who are pessimistic.
Technology for social good is beginning to play an important role at a very exciting time in this digital age. I’m sure that 100 years ago people could not have imagined that we would be talking on a device that is not connected by a cord or that we would have interactive maps guiding us as