What do Anxiety, Depression, Sleeplessness, Exhaustion, Brain fog have in Common?
If you are battling any or even all of the above issues, you’re not alone. It seems that everyone I talk to these days is complaining about most of these issues. In fact, the actual statistics are alarming.
Studies report that high levels of people have been diagnosed with:
Chronic Sleep issues 18%
Depression 7% in one study, 20-30% in others
Fatigue & exhaustion – various reports put that number between 20-75% of people.
That’s last is a pretty startling number. I also found it worrisome that the statistics given vary so greatly.
Let’s face it. 2020 probably wasn’t your favorite year, it called for a lot of Self-care and changes. You may just want to put 2020 behind you and move forward. Before you throw out the past year, take a few moments to reflect on what you learned or gained. Continue reading →
Simple tips to help you enjoy your holidays with less stress and end the year with ease. It may take some creativity to stay safe and connected this year. A few changes can benefit HSP’s, Empaths, and everyone else as well.
This time of year tends to bring out the best and the worst for many people and can be especially trying to HSP’s and empaths. Continue reading →
2020 has been a difficult year on many levels. and most people seem to be struggling to maintain a positive attitude. Many are finding that’s nearly impossible and are fighting just to hang on until things get better. Simple things like Paying it Forward can be an immediate mood booster.
Daily Gratitude Practice Brings Perspective
Taking time on a daily basis to find even very small things to be grateful for helps to bring the positive to the forefront, allowing you more energetic space to hold a vision in your heart and mind for better things to come.
They are all coming to a neighborhood near you. I know it’s hard to get worked up about all this, but I hope you will take some steps to take care of yourself.
We honestly don’t like to be alarmists and constantly being the one to warn you about all the dangerous things out there that can harm or even kill you. But if we don’t, who will?
We have been getting phone calls from numerous people over the last year who were completely healthy and started having issues shortly after the installation of a smart meter. Some of them hadn’t even realized that a meter had been installed, backtracked to see what had changed recently, and discovered the new meter next to their bedroom. This is something I just can’t explain, but it seems like most of them Are near bedroom walls. Continue reading →
Becoming Sensitive to EMF? 22 Tips for Reducing EMF in your Home and Office
Electrosensitivity (ES or EHS) usually happens gradually.
Most ES’s start as healthy working citizens and through chronic and acute exposures to electric radiation, they became electrically sensitive with little warning. Their message: it could be you next. Once you become sensitive, it’s tough to find a place to live or work without feeling terrible.
Symptoms include headaches, burning sensations, tingling, debilitating (severe) “brain fog, heart arrhythmia’s, migraines, severe depression, chronic insomnia) to even life-threatening and seizures, heart attacks).
I love my new car. Her name is Ruby. I can answer the phone, listen to iTunes, tilt the seats, warm my rear end, open the windows and the sunroof, call for help, find out if my tires need air and so much else, all at the mere click of a button. I don’t even need to plug my phone in because it’s instantly connected to my car system with Blue Tooth. I don’t even need to take my hands off the steering wheel in order to answer the phone. The ultimate in hands-free mobile phone communication. Oh yeah, and she’s a joy to drive.
I’m Not telling you this to brag about my car or get you to go buy one, I am sharing in hopes that you’ll think differently about your time in the car.