Who is making sure that you are getting the time, attention and emotional support that you need and deserve? That is the challenge to you is for you to be present and available you need to ensure that you are being nourished and recharged. That sounds selfish, doesn’t it? It is time to turn that mind thought around and truly take care of self so that you can be at your best.
I’m a lover of all things scent related — from diffusers to candles, to room sprays — if it makes my house smell good, I likely use it! However, I want to talk about something that is extremely important but can be a little unintuitive with scents: safety.
Acupuncture is becoming more and more popular with people seeking alternative therapies to drugs and surgeries. Acupuncture is a great treatment option for many people who are suffering, and the good news? Not only are there no negative side effects, but we often experience incredible benefits.
If you get regular headaches, you know what a pain it can be. Pounding trauma right in your temples or forehead, or even radiating throughout your entire head, a bad headache can really derail your day. If you find that over-the-counter remedies don’t even touch the pain, it might be time to explore some headache relief alternatives.
Beauty experts have long touted the benefits of body wraps. This versatile spa treatment claims to reduce cellulite, detox the body, moisturize the skin — and in some cases — help you shed inches off your waistline. While no two wraps are the same, each treatment follows a similar procedure.
Essential oils are one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to support mind-body health. Wearing your favorite scent may help with boosting energy, feeling tranquil or cleaning those unwanted toxins from the body. Purchasing pre-made blends is great, but making your own oil blend ensures you'll get a mixture that perfectly suits your needs. And your nose! But the world of essential oils can be intimidating. What is vetiver anyway?
It's no secret we sometimes disagree with family and friends. What seems secret is how to handle it when we do! Wouldn't it be great if we could talk to family and friends as respectfully as people in Living Room Conversations talk to strangers? We realized it could be useful to share our Conversation Agreements more broadly for the holidays.