Whether you’ve started off 2018 with a list of resolutions, make the first one all about taking care of yourself. After we have self-love the rest will fall into place. Show your body some love with a simple natural cleanse. A cleanse any time of the year, especially after periods of indulging such as the Holdiays or a vacation, can be super beneficial for your whole self, inside and out! As part of a 4 Week Yoga and Wellness Series Read More
For Week 2 of my 4 Week Yoga and Wellness Series at Lululemon Athletica Oakville we discussed Stress Management. Whether you have chronic stress (constant) or acute stress (occasionally) these tips will be extremely helpful in dealing with stress so you can feel like your happy self again. Also, by keeping stress levels low and in check you will be healthier, have increased energy and productivity, sleep better, and increase your sex drive!
Long ago and far away, I worked at the University of Bristol in the Department of Psychopharmacology. At that time, Professor David Nutt was the department head. It was a real shame that I couldn’t get excited about any of the projects he had on the go at that point, as I would have loved to do my degree under his direct supervision – he treated even lowly grad students well! Life happened and I found myself taking the different, Read More
This has not been a good week for me. First, I narrowly avoided falling off a stepladder while hanging curtains. The next night, I managed to scratch up my eye pretty impressively in the attempt to remove a contact lens (badly enough to require an emergency room visit). And to cap it all off, two days later, my house was broken into and I lost my wallet (and thus all my cash and credit cards), and my smartphone. Those were Read More
Caroline Myss coined the term ‘woundology’ to refer to some people’s identification with their damage to such an extent that they would much rather keep on suffering with it than get better and lose whatever extra attention or special consideration their condition might be eliciting from others. In fact, sometimes this is so extreme that sufferers (and I use the term deliberately) get so much out of support groups, concerned friends, family members, etc., that the very idea of healing Read More