Let’s face it – you probably have something labeled “antibacterial” somewhere in your home. Whether it be hand soap or surface spray, we’ve all bought something that is supposed to battle those pesky bacteria that are so “terrible” for us and our families. However, there have been numerous claims that show these antibacterial solutions aren’t really that great for us. First of all, it has been shown that antibacterial soaps are no better than conventional soaps. Countless st
We started this series last week with Alignment. Most of the feed back that I have gotten so far was in regard to the alignment in core values. Being objective about assessing our own priorities can be a challenge. If this is something you would like support with, contact or ask us - Either Jamie or myself can walk you through some differents ways to get clear on what that is for you. If you haven't read last weeks A.R.M.E.D. for health - part 1, I invite you to check it out!
Around the office, we often talk about being ARMED for health… what does that mean, exactly? Health is an individual journey. There is no cookie cutter method for overall health that applies to all, all of the time. It is, however, a journey – never a destination to be reached. It is a work in progress until we leave the earthly plain. Getting ARMED is the acronym we use to help guide the process of claiming your health – whether gaining what’s been lost or improving upon a s
Celebrating the New Year has always been my favorite times of year. I remember, as a child, my parents having big parties with friends and family over. We would make noise makers out of milk jugs and rocks, wear funny hats, play games, eat cracker jacks and watch Dick Clark bring the ball down... when the count down would start, we would all run outside and meet the neighbors hooting and hollering and shaking our jugs to ring in the New Year. That was the climax of the party