I've got a thing about lying. I can't abide a liar. And neither can my friend, Roxanne Jones, who is on the blog today with a guest post all about the untruth. Here's To Tell the Truth: this is why I hate lying. If I’m intolerant of anything, it’s bullshit, and I came by my bias the hard way. My . . .
If you love beautiful, sensitive writing, grab a cup of something good and settle in for this guest post. Mandi, at The Zen RN, has given me permission to post it here because I loved it so very much. It's about the way we view our lives--and that of others. Life lenses, as she calls them. I think . . .
NOTE: If you're grieving or healing from something, come see how we can help at A Healing Spirit. Ok. Stop what you're doing for a moment. Please. Because you could win something pretty cool. Like a little package of healing things, like stones, talismans and other healing aids. Think about the . . .
I've thought a lot about the people who seem so tone deaf to the facts and who continue to support this man, despite the fact that his behavior and beliefs go against much of what they say they believe. They overlook his inconsistent positions, high-five his insults and turn a blind eye to the way . . .
Remember these VW vans? They were ubiquitous in the Sixties andI remember them well! Today, our Best of Boomers crew is sharing tips, tricks, wisdom and even a smile or two. On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about how often you should change the . . .
Sometimes the body needs a little push from the mind to give it the opportunity to heal. And, as scientific studies have shown, sometimes, drug effectiveness depends on the patient's beliefs. True study. Check out the mind/body connection products at A Healing Spirit. . . .
Trolls. They do more than just plague the internet. No, they are far more diabolical in today's world. They run our government. This New York Times Magazine piece breaks down the phenomenon of internet trolls and is definitely worth reading. Amanda Hess writes: Trolls work through abstraction, . . .
Parasols are back--as a lovely, graceful fashion accessory for those of us who suffer from sun sensitivity. In my youth I enjoyed the hot rays of the sun all the time and had a gorgeous tan to prove it. But once I had to take a daily medication that makes me sun-sensitive, those days were gone. . . .
What on earth is a guided journal? you may be wondering. We've all seen or bought lovely blank journals and some of us have several sitting unused on a shelf. (Guilty as charged!) Blank pages waiting to be filled area little, well, intimidating. "I don't know what to write! I don't even LIKE to . . .
My interest in healing work has been lifelong, but my need to be more hands-on began in the middle 1980s. I was living in the San Francisco Bay area and still do, but back then the Bay area was Ground Zero for the AIDS epidemic and the premier AIDS education and support organization in the nation . . .