Because I’m writing my own I use that as an excuse. Memoirs are amazing and can be frightfully interesting. And helpful. “By what authority do I get to decide?” [What goes into his memoir, asks Mark Slouka in, Nobody’s Son: … Continue reading
I first got this idea years ago of treating myself with food from learning about the Chinese culture, studying Tao, and finding out about acupuncture. Plus owning a good Chinese cookbook. And I suppose more Mindfulness later on, paying serious … Continue reading
Organic powered turmeric, with black pepper, is now sold at my local Wal Mart! Leading edge, self-health care available to the so-called masses. A few years ago I learned of turmeric good effects from Anticancer. A New Way of Life … Continue reading
Two things conspire to draw my extra attention to food and health: A friend is in hospital with food related issues. She can’t eat; had to have a j-tube inserted. Brings up a related question: How do you tell a … Continue reading
“Getting sick is your body’s way of telling you that things need to change,” writes Danea Horn, author of Chronic Resilience. No matter your present state of health (physical and/or mental) Chronic Resilience gets my vote for an incredibly helpful … Continue reading
A bit over three years ago I wrote an enthusiastic early review for Ellie Phillips, a dentist who wrote Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye. I said, “I’ve already started her program (it helps that I’ve recently broken a tooth). My pound of … Continue reading
I’ve been doing these exercises for years. Friends convinced me I should share. See post Avoiding the Prescription Train.
Once there was a spiritual woman – raised four kids as a single mother and all have graduate degrees. Took care of others. Took care of her health: eating right, exercising, and feeding spiritual growth. She didn’t feel right. Last March … Continue reading