>The Big Leap, by Gay Hendricks

>Tips from the book “The Big Leap” by Gay Hendricks Insight: “Money arguments never have anything to do with money.”I apply this to other argument topics or misunderstandings – look deeper for what is really going on. Affirmation: I commit to discovering my Upper Limit behaviors, and to having a good time while I’m learning […]

>Does my skin get USED to products?

>This is what I’ve been told in the past. Switch your products around because your skin or hair gets used to them. Well, after using the Sense skin care line, I thought maybe I should ask the scientists at USANA what they thought about that statement. Here is what they said: We appreciate your recent […]

>Brain Boosting Exercise

>Try this one. It only takes 12 minutes. Sit comfortably supported, back of hands rested on knees. Inhale deeply, imagining that you’re drawing your breath in through the crown of your head, exhales and send that breath out through the center of your forehead. Continue to visualize this L Shaped breath throughout this exercise. Inhale […]

>Salad Days: Eating Under the Sun

>In summer, indigestion can easily occur, so a light and less-greasy diet is strongly recommended. It is the perfect season to introduce some cool, yin foods into your diet. Chinese nutrition classifies food according to its energetic qualities of temperature, taste, and ability to moisten and strengthen the body. Food with cool and cold properties […]

>Lack of Sleep May Promote Obesity

>June 2, 2010 New research shows a connection between short-term sleep deprivation and increased food intake, indicating that lack of sleep may be a factor that promotes obesity. It is known that short-term sleep deprivation increases plasma concentrations of ghrelin (a hormone related to increased appetite) and decreases those of leptin (a hormone related to […]