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My Journey to Emotional Wellness

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Many have asked me why I chose to name my company PraiseWorks.  

Over four years ago I was really stressed out and suffered from an anxiety order. I was exhausted, miserable and had a sense of hopelessness.  Thanks to the vision God gave me I have started a journey to emotional wellness that has been such a blessing.   I did this interview about a year ago and what I said then still holds true today.  In fact I have added even more goals to my list.  I am now publishing a magazine "Wellness Woman 40 and Beyond" for women over 40 who are on the same journey that I am on...to achieve total wellness for the mind, body and spirit.

An Interview with Lynnis of PraiseWorks 
My Journey to Emotional Wellness 




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Eat Pray Dance - Thriving in Your Mind Body and Spirit During Difficult Times

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 Lynnis of PraiseWorks
Even during our most difficult times, we still need to figure out how to increase our self-care. As women we have a tendancy to put ourselves on the back burner. We put off taking that long bath, going to "hang" with our girlfriends, eating the way that is best for our bodies, getting enough rest, and taking time to just "breathe".

Below is a presentation I did about a year ago for a Christian Womens organization.  It talks about the necessity of caring for our temples and how important it is to our God that we not only care for our temple but that we care for the spirit that is housed within our temple.

I hope it blesses you as much as it did me when I first created the presentation 



Eat Pray Dance - Staying Fit Mind, Body and Spirit Even During Adversity from PraiseWorks Health and Wellness


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Are You Flexible?

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Our Guest Blogger -  Deanna Heiliger is a teacher and an inspirational writer and speaker. She is happily married, raising four sweet daughters. For encouragement with and support in becoming a "Better You” visit her weekly blog:www.metothepowerofwe.com and visit her fan page on Facebook for a daily dose of positive goodness:www.facebook.com/metothepowerofwe To be flexible means that our body is limber, pliable, and fluid…it also means that our mind is able to bend and to see another’s point of view…to be able to put ourselves in someone’s shoes…to feel empathetic, compassion, non-stringent and to be able to “Go with the flow”. The other day I took an aerobics class at the gym to which I belong. I could tell there were many ladies who frequented this particular class, but this was my first time attending. To everyone’s astonishment, except mine, the regular instructor was not there. (GASP) There was a substitute! As we were guiding our bodies in an attempt to become more flexible, …

Self- Care,Soul-Care During Challenging Times

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Are you caring for yourself in a way that is healthy? What happens if you don't?  Why is it important to approach life in a way that shows caring for yourself? Family and Life Coach Bess Blanco talks about self-care, and tips to help you take more time for self-care.  AND Based on the concept that "whatever the soul gives, the soul lives", Betsy Otter Thompson takes us on an inner journey toward growth and understanding.  We talk about Ms. Thompson's theory of emotional action/reaction and how it enables you to see yourself honestly with humor and self-love.
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Are You a "Wellness Woman" -What's Your Definition?

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These days everyone is talking about wellness. Not just when it comes to our health but when it comes to other areas of our life - relationships, communications, finances, environment etc. "Wellness" has almost become a buzz word.  I found myself wondering what is wellness when it comes women and their overall health.  What would personify and define a good definition of a "wellness woman"

We interviewed over 20 women who are experts in the field of Health and Wellness and asked them what their definition of a "wellness woman". One re-occurring theme that kept coming up over and over again is need for women to take care of themselves first.  We always have a tendency to put ourselves on the back burner and before we know it we are totally exhausted, burned out, frustrated, angry and discouraged.

Here are some tips that you can do to begging to embark on a journey of self-care and self-love.

OH THE FEELING - when was the last time you took time for a long…

A Journey to Emotional Wellness (made with Spreaker)