Health

Patience: Balancing the Odds with Optimism

 During my annual mammogram and subsequent testing of suspicious calcifications, I was diagnosed with Stage 0 DCIS BREAST CANCER. Stage 0 ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) is non-invasive cancer where abnormal cells may be in the lining of the breast milk duct. In Stage 0 breast cancer, the…

Chiari Malformation: How it Changed My Life

2019 was the year that forever changed my life; what I now can say was honestly for the better, but at the time, it did not seem as so. First, I started out having headaches countless times a month that ended in daily pain. The pain was so…

The Vibration of Patience

  Straight up, the vibration of patience is about surrender, release, detachment, and allowing. What am I talking about when I say the vibration of patience? I am speaking about your flow of frequencies. I am speaking of the electromagnetic field that surrounds your body and mine. This…

New Directions: Energy Medicine – What the Heck is That?

Quite a while ago, I started on a journey of self-discovery related to my health and well-being.   It all started when I was trying to convince my husband I was “really trying” to quit smoking.  (I was but pretty half-heartedly).  “See,” I said to him, “I’m so serious…

Relaxing at Home: “Gather round…”

My sister and brother/friends Denice and Tucker Lott are living their miracles.  They have navigated serious family illnesses, a thriving business, their non-profit, Soul of Santa, and, recently, the renovation of their home.  Relaxation is paramount to their well-being, and the sunroom created to harbor the healing, rest,…

Mi Casa, Su Casa: Don’t Forget Your Veggies!

Happy Grilling Season! It’s time for us to fire up the grill and create our culinary masterpieces outdoors. While most think of meat, fish, or chicken on the grill, did you know vegetables can be cooked to perfection as well? Grilling adds a delicious smoky, earthy dimension to…

Mi Casa, Su Casa: Just Keep Going…

What a challenging year 2020 has been! We have had to adapt to covering a part of our faces, social distancing, isolation, self-quarantines, closures, and lockdowns. Most of us have experienced serious illness or the death of loved ones. During times of turmoil, adversity, and limitations, we are…