Who knew that salt could even impact your brain function? According to a 2011 Canadian study on 1,200 more sedentary adults, those with high-sodium diets had a higher chance of cognitive decline than those with less salt in their diets. As you age it is important to keep track of how much salt you consume, and make changes if necessary.
The act of being patient is one often talked about, but never really thoroughly examined, nor justified with adequate explanation of HOW to arrive at a state of patience. According to Dictionary.com, the quality of being patient is an ability or willingness to suppress restlessness or annoyance when confronted with delay. It is the bearing of misfortune,Read More
Emptiness clutters our minds and clouds our vision of SELF. We begin to feed on lies of things such as; success and failure, rejection and pain, low times and high times, are our source of value. So today, I pour back into myself first …
Be with the rejected, neglected, betrayed, and those feeling lost and hopeless. Send living angels in the earth to meet their needs. Help us to hear the heart cries of those around us. Help us to be listening ears. And Lord, when we don’t know what to pray or what to say, hear what’s inRead More
I used to run this race FAST, hoping to arrive at specific destinations or desired outcomes sooner rather than later. Quite often, I ran when I possibly should have walked and in the end, I succumb to crawling before I could walk again.
It’s common knowledge that people need to switch up their diets with every passing year as slowing metabolisms make it harder to enjoy pizza and cookies without gaining weight. But new research indicates that your adult self might react very differently to certain foods compared with your teenage self in ways that have nothing to doRead More
We all need help through difficult situations sometimes. Do not allow noise to cloud the silence you may need (but not want). It may be in the silence that you find peace and healing. No one should tell you to “just get over it.” That is not in the word, but each of us should try uplifting others with loveRead More
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that last year in the United States alone, 25 million people suffered from influenza-related illnesses, resulting in 11 million flu-associated medical visits. Although the flu virus typically peaks between December and February in the U.S., last year was one of the latest peaks on record and didRead More
If I could say one thing to encourage you today it’s this: Remember, a key ingredient for success is the ability to believe in yourself so much so that you can see yourself where you desire to be! So, DREAM, THINK BIG, LEAP, BELIEVE, but most of all, SEE YOURSELF THERE! Then go forward onRead More
That just so happens to be called LIVING! Don’t try to avoid the process, be it physical, mental, emotional, spiritual or even financial. Simply go through it, learn from it, and develop in ways that benefit you and those around you! Embrace it! Embrace YOU!!!