Depression Is Real The first thing you need to understand is that depression is a very real illness. There are various forms of depression, and many times more than one coexists. Depression may also coexist with a form of anxiety. If you’ve read “I Am That I Am: The Outcast“, you know that I have… Continue reading Depression Knows No Age
Thanksgiving is now behind us. Mine was spent at a Thanksgiving lunch at church. Hopefully you enjoyed your Thanksgiving as well. Many spent the day with family and ate large dinners. Who can pass up on turkey, ham, yams, sweet potatoes, vegetables, and let’s not forget all the desserts. You more than likely ate beyond… Continue reading Post-Thanksgiving Bloat Relief
The holidays are seen as a warm, joyous time of year. Friends and family coming together, big dinners and celebrations, the exchange of gifts, and vacations. What’s not to love about the holiday season? I remember growing up, our whole family would get together. It was nice. Once on Thanksgiving and again on Christmas. Those… Continue reading The Holiday Blues
Many have heard of No Shave November and Movember but either think it’s a joke or don’t understand what it’s all about. Many post jokes and sarcasm about it across social media and even suggest it’s an excuse for men to not shave and jokingly suggest that women join in by not shaving their legs… Continue reading What Is No Shave November And Movember?
It’s that time of year that we’re dealing with allergies, colds, and the flu. Considering the dangers of flu vaccines and antibiotics, I recommend overcoming the dreaded allergies, colds, a flu, or preventing them altogether, with natural remedies. Aside from reducing your stress and being sure to get at least 7 hrs sleep per night,… Continue reading Prevent Allergies, Colds, And Flu…Naturally
For reasons of your health, you should really avoid sodas, energy drinks, and other beverages with added sugars. Coffee drinkers should only add non-GMO or organic sugar to your coffee, avoid processed sugars. On average, 10% of our caloric intake is added sugars. However, 1 in 10 (that’s 10% of the population) get as much… Continue reading Sugar: The Good And The Bad
When people think of buying gifts for someone they care about, or themselves, they normally think of clothing, appliances, gift cards, or cash. Children typically get clothing or toys. This is usually in response to lists or registries. But how many of these gifts are used versus returned? How often, even if the gift is… Continue reading Give The Gift That Keeps On Giving