It might only be March, but so far 2017 has been a doozy.
Now more than ever, self-care is critical for our health and well-being.
You may have noticed that I have been very quiet over the last few months, not having published any blogs or newsletters or recording any podcasts. This is because in all the chaos, I had to create space for self-care. I knew I was only going to make things worse for myself if I was sick, stressed out, and exhausted.
Here are the eight steps I’ve taken this winter to take care of myself, to put on my proverbial oxygen mask. I hope that they serve as a springboard of inspiration for you so that you can take a few steps towards creating sanity in your own chaotic world.
More than I have ever seen in my life, this latest American presidential election has broken hearts. It occasionally brought out the best in people, but it mostly elicited some really nasty behavior and hate speech.
There is so much grief, fear, desperation and frustration out there. These emotions can actually be harmful to our health and well-being, but there are steps we can take to honor our grief, steps that can help us heal from our sense of loss and/or sadness.
It can be so difficult to stay healthy over the holidays and throughout the winter. Cold and dark days, lots of parties, lack of sleep, too many sweets and cookies, adulterated egg nog and wines… It’s easy to get trapped in the pitfalls and stressors of the season and feel burned out by New Years.
Join me as I give you some tips about staying healthy and energetic all year round.
We’ll also discuss supplements and nutrients that you can use to strengthen your immune system and energy levels. Not all supplements are created equally, and it’s important to choose high quality over low price.
And listen in for a special December promotion!
We are nearing the end of a serious heat wave here in California, but the kids are back in school, and that means it’s the beginning of cold and flu season. In today’s podcast, I’ll show you 10 ways to boost your immune system naturally, especially if you’re feeling under the weather, coming down with something, or in the middle of a full fledged cold.