Stay physically active! It is the best thing you can do for your mind and body.

  • Being active for 30 minutes on most days is important for good health.
  • Vary your activities to prevent injury and boredom. Rotate between intense and light exercise days.
  • As you grow older your muscles and joints may become sore and stiff more easily. Warm-up and cool down for five minutes to increase circulation and reduce injury.
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Sent this to my friends today…
I gotta get help. This is affecting my life.. and that’s not good.
Maybe someone can help me. This is what friends are for, right?


I’ve been working so hard on my myself and my spiritual journey that a few things have come up.. and seemed to have gotten worse…

My phobia of my son being sick is now affecting my life, as each time he complains of a headache or a tummy ache, I practically shut down.… read more

So often, people forget that they need to thank and appreciate themselves. It’s so important to realize that we really DO do the best that we can with what we have. We should not regret because no matter what we chose it was the best thing for us at the time and we learn from it as we must.

The key is learning from it and moving forward.… read more

Thanksgiving Decorating with Nature – How To
by Cait Johnson, author with Maura Shaw of Celebrating the Great Mother
Inner Traditions, 1995

To help get us in a festive mood for the holiday feast, we’ve come up
with a dozen easy, fun decorating ideas, using only the abundant gifts
of nature.

Simple, non-toxic and absolutely gorgeous, these bountiful, beautiful
ideas are sure to please:

Centerpieces: Pumpkins and other winter squashes, Native American corn,
acorns, nuts, grapes, pears, pomegranates, and apples overflowing from a
wicker cornucopia or heaped in a wooden bowl look abundant and beautiful
in the center of your festal table.… read more