By Sheila Olsonfitsheila.com How to Be Fit Without Overdoing It Being fit can be hugely beneficial to our lives, but exercise sometimes takes the focus off other aspects of our well-being. This is especially true when we push fitness too hard. Self-care has many forms, so it’s important to find a balance between exercise and […]
Living with Cancer: Self-Care and Spiritual Wellness During This Difficult Time If you are facing a cancer diagnosis, you want to do everything in your power to improve your chances of getting out alive. We all know the typical avenues available for cancer treatment: surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, immunotherapy, etc. What some people may […]
So there it is, it’s official. The election is behind us and now what. Many are asking themselves that very question right now. Now what? How do I go on? Of course, because we’ve told our news media we want the bad news, we’re already hearing the horror stories of little kids telling their classmates […]
Anxiety is described in many different ways. It can feel exhausting, baffling, frightening, and frustrating—all at the same time. For many people, symptoms sneak up suddenly and out of the blue. For others, it can be a predictable reaction to specific situations or events, such as insects, tight spaces, or social situations. That said, […]
Dia Vickery, PhD (Theology), Licensed Acupuncturist is registered as a part of the growing number of alternative health care providers working with Give an Hour, the nonprofit organisation that provides free mental health services to U.S. military personnel and families affected by the current conflicts in Iran and Afghanastan.
Happy Rosh Hashanah!
For those of us who only know Rosh Hashanah as a holiday in our Outlook calendars, here’s a brief intro:
This year has seen a lot of deaths as well as a lot of serious illnesses. And grief can begin long before the actually death of a friend or loved one, human or animal. Grief can also come from the death of someone famous, if the connection is strong enough.