Showing posts from November, 2015

Take the Reins Back & Reignite Your World During The Newly Single YOU Summit

I have something special I want to share with you. It’sbig… it'sabundant... and itwill change your life. I’ve been there – newly single after my divorce 15 years ago.  Having to make some life changing decisions then shifting to embrace that next brand new chapter. Searching different avenues to find that right support and de-clutter areas that no longer served me was never more important and enlightening.  Discovering the tools to reignite my world, find that light again and take the reins back is what was needed.   Through a journey of self-discovery, perseverance and exploration, I began to up-level into such awareness and empowerment to fully start embracing, owning and fully rocking out the single world! I not only believe this, but I lived it, just like my friend, Jeannine Addonisio. That is why she has decided to host this incredibly inspiring event for the Single Women throughout the WorldNewly Single YOU now) As soon as I saw Jeannine’s inv…

How To Win The Battle of The Hormones - Tips and Techniques That Work!

How many of us have been at war with our hormones? I know I have. In fact many times our spouses, children, co-workers and friends have also been in the battle with us. They have been dealing with the results of the hormonal imbalances whenever we are in a bad mood, feeling tired, having brain fog and sudden cravings.  So what can we do to get our hormones balanced? What is out there that will actually work while keeping us healthy and happy

 Dr. Daisy Sutherland, Doctor of Chiropractic, Speaker, Author, Online Fitness/Health Mentor and happily married  Mom to 5 shares with us some wonderful tips and techniques that can bring our hormones back to balance.  Dr. Sutherland talks about the 5 signs that tell you your hormones are out of balance, the kinds of foods you can eat to help you maintain your balance, and what she has learned during her own “battle” of the hormones.

 Join us for a wonderful interview full of information and a bit of humor too! Click here to listen to…

Great Holiday Appetizer - Low in Calories & Fat; High In Healthiness,Yumminess, & Easiness To Make!

Hummus from The Nile restaurant, Chicago. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) One of my favorite foods that is packed with nutrients and health benefits is Hummus.  Traditionally this dish is a favorite in Middle Eastern countries and it is now very popular in other parts of the world.  It has a texture and consistency something like peanut butter.  It is very easy make and a great addition to your holiday appetizer menu.1. Health Benefits of Chickpeas The nutritional benefits of hummus can be rooted down from each of its ingredients. For one, chickpeas are very healthy because they do not contain any cholesterol or saturated fats. They are also rich in protein. This makes hummus a favorite among vegetarians. Chickpeas are also known to be effective in preventing build up of cholesterol in the blood vessels. Apart from that, it can maintain correct blood sugar levels.
2. Nutritional Value of Tahini Tahini, meanwhile, is full of fat and calories. However, the fact that it is used sparingly…

How To Set Your Day in a Positive Way! Tips to Strengthen Your Mind, Body, Spirit Connection

I have found that it is very important for me to start my day in a positive way. I have a routine that I have been doing for the last six years that have made such a difference in my life.While it has involved a time sacrifice, it has ultimately been worth it when I think about what I have gained…a sense of peace, optimism and joy! There is also an added plus...starting your day in a positive way can slow the aging process! Keeping calm, enjoying life, and having a sense of peace always is great for combating stress, which is one of the main proponents of aging.
Here are a few suggestions  to start your day in a positive way.All of these may not work for you but if you can incorporate some of them they will help you start your day in a less stressful way.In order to get the full benefit of these suggestions it is a good idea to wake up 30 minutes earlier than what you normally do.I know, I know, that sounds like a huge sacrifice.Perhaps going to bed 30 minutes earlier will do the trick…