This article has been updated with current research since it’s original release in 2012. The Washington Post just released an article(2012) featuring FDA results from a study in December 2011 highlighting the top 10 lipsticks that were found to have lead in them. I’ve had many friends asking, “where can I find healthy lipsticks?” My […]
These are the lazy days of summer, or are they? Vacation planning, kid’s activities, work deadlines, appointments, meetings and more can easily fill our days. The work must go on whether you’re managing a corporation or a family. Even the good activities can bring on the stress, and our body’s response is the same whether […]
This article was originally published in 2012 and updated with current research. Essential oil safety for pets has gotten the attention of consumers lately, especially with the growth of essential oil use in the past several years. Essential oils are highly concentrated plant oils and powerful when they are pure, definitely substances that should be […]
Shopping for organic foods has fallen on the defense for consumers as we need to be pro-active in finding truly pure products. For decades, the Organic Foods Industry has been self-regulating industry, but recently has come under guidance of the USDA. Some are not sure this has been the best step for really protecting consumers […]
Two Inches of Wool, The Simple Art of Self-Care is now available in a print version on Amazon. The first several days it launched, the Kindle version quickly jumped to a #1 best seller in several categories: Self-help, Happiness & Mental Health! There are tens of thousands of articles, books, blogs and “experts” in holistic, […]
Two Inches of Wool, the book, has been in the works for over four years. It’s packed with almost 400 pages (print version) of actionable steps you can take each day to take in some self-care, self-awareness building skills, and healthy community with some friends. Just three days before launching, Two Inches of Wool […]
Gratitude crosses all cultural barriers, race relations, age, gender and religious contexts. It can enter every season of life no matter what circumstances are present. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey wreaking destruction throughout Texas, I’m reminded again of the power of gratitude to connect us as living, loving beings. We often think of gratitude […]
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