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A Woman’s Worth – What do you Value?

This has been a blog about a month in the making.  Let me first start with a disclaimer of why I chose the title and picture.  My birthday is coming up shortly and I’ve been bombarded with autonomic thoughts and … Continue reading

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The Tipping Point

As a quick shout out to all the sensitives out there – what is going on the past two weeks? There has been so much turmoil energetically out there, causing people to want to turn inwards and cocoon themselves in … Continue reading

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“Virgo – is the Archetype of the Healer, the Medicine Woman, the one who is dedicated to servicing her people.  And yet, there always comes a time when even she must retreat and give some of that healing to herself.  … Continue reading

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The Power of Music – Sister Act Edition

It has been 25 years since the movie “Sister Act” came out.  Yes.  That long ago.  I had no idea until I happened to watch “The View” today.  I usually don’t watch television, but was really happy I caught the … Continue reading

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The Age of Aquarius – The New Normal

As a child the word I was called most was “weird”.  Honestly I prefer quirky, but I always took weird as a complement.  Weird to me meant not normal, different, having a unique and creative personality.  Yes, I do realize … Continue reading

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It’s the “Trifactor” Week of Teachers – Naturopaths, Teachers, and Mothers

This week is a very important week recognizing one of society’s most important, and  sometimes undervalued, role – teachers.  It is teachers appreciation week – a time when we acknowledge the role teachers play and the importance of education in … Continue reading

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The Universal Lesson in Minimalism I Learned from my Shattered Mug

As you may have read from my previous blog, I embarked on a self care journey the beginning of this month for 14 days.  The goal was to take care of my four health basics related to the four basic elements (nutrition … Continue reading

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Fake it “til” you Make it? What is Inner Strength?

The most interesting thing about doing a detox program (see Healthy Happy Detox) is the emotional “stuff” that pours out of you that was hidden so deep that you were unaware that it existed.  I was triggered into this line of … Continue reading

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Communication is the Key to Health and Happiness

We don’t talk anymore.  Real face to face talking.  Sharing our emotions with friends/family.  With social media we have infinite vast ways of connecting cyberly, but we’ve evolved into a disconnected community. It’s amazing to me, especially as a health care … Continue reading

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Summer Inspiration

June was a powerful month of self reflection and discovery.  It began with an ocean vacation (where you always discover hidden things about yourself on vacation) and ended with a retrospective weekend at the cottage.  Water is the perfect environment … Continue reading

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