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Here is Part 2,  just for you, of  Getting More Energy During Menopause.  Having enough energy throughout the day is so important so that you can do your best with all you need to do.  Menopause can be a challenging time for some of you.  Most of us don’t have the option of taking an energy nap during the weekdays. Here are some more ideas for you to get more energy naturally! Eat Eggs for breakfast- When you make a point to have a good breakfast including protein such as eggs,you will feel more energized and be satisfied. Protein makes you feel full but not overstuffed.  It provides... (Read More ...)

 Do you remember the movie “The Secret?”  “The Secret”  teaches certain universal laws, specifically the law of attraction.  By focusing on what you want, you can attract it into your life.  Or put this way, what you think about, is what you bring about. I have read different interpretations of  “The Secret” but I really like this one by Owen Waters.  He goes a little beyond which seems to be what you need to know – the how part of it and he shares his secret with you. [jbox color=”pink” title=”Beyond The Secret by Owen Waters“]   The... (Read More ...)

How often do you take care of yourself or reserve time to do something special just for you? Is it possible to put some time aside every week for a couple of hours just for you?  You would probably call that a luxury or pampering yourself.  After getting through the holiday, don’t you need that and don’t you deserve that?  Would it help you mentally and give your life more balance? Some people go on a “date” with themselves.  In Julia Cameron’s book, The Artists Way, it is called an artist date.  It is time for you to be with yourself.  Sometimes to get this... (Read More ...)

According to a Study – What Vitamin D Can Do Current government recommendations of 400 or 600 international units (IU) of vitamin D a day are insufficient to prevent serious diseases like breast cancer, a new study published in the journal Anticancer Research has found. Researchers from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine and Creighton University (CU) School of Medicine discovered that when much higher doses of vitamin D are taken daily, the risks associated with developing several major diseases are reduced by about half. “We found that daily intakes of... (Read More ...)

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The Power of Being Guided To What is Best For You The paragraphs below are taken from Dr Northrup’s site about her revised book, Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom. Check it out! This is not how we were raised obviously, to pay attention to our feelings. – It would benefit us to pay attention to what feels good so we can go toward that and what does not feel good so we can go away from those things that give us those feelings. Dr Northrup writes: “It is possible to thrive in a female body instead of simply waiting for disease to happen. It boils down to this: Regardless... (Read More ...)

The Second Journey My friend recommended this author to me. Her name is Joan Anderson and I just read two of her books. I am writing what the first page contains. “Most of us, halfway to a hundred, confront a need for greater self-awareness. We reach a point when the power of youth is gone, the possibility of failure presents itself, and the dreams of earlier times seem shallow and pointless. And then we find ourselves asking the tough questions. What am I meant to do now? What really matters? Who am I? For many years, I had ignored these questions because I had too many responsibilites –... (Read More ...)

Worth reading by Dr. Jacobson from VegSource.com A client of mine, not content with what he was doing for a living and desiring to improve the quality of his life, came up with a checklist of projects, any one of which could deliver him the life he wanted. Unfortunately, in his spare time, of which there was an ample amount, he did not pursue any of these projects.  He reported to me that he was unable to do so because he was depressed, he had no energy, he had no motivation, and he couldn’t focus. He asked me what I could do to help him. The first thing that I did to help him was to point... (Read More ...)