Depending on where you live, the #stayathome order has just been lifted and we are now on #safestathome. For those who are starting to venture out for the first time in a while, your mind has to “flip the script” so to speak. It takes flipping a switch in our mindset.
Everyone is talking about returning to “normal”. I encourage you to create your own NEW normal which can help the transition to post-quarantine life a little easier.
Most of us can agree that positive thinking is important. It helps reduce stress, anxiety, and gives us a sense of calm. In uncertain times, we have to be certain about one thing, and that is ALL things work together for our good.
Sometimes it is difficult to see the glass as half full and remain positive.
If you are struggling to stay positive and hopeful right now, try following these five tips: focus on things you can control. You can control things such as your thoughts, words, emotions, and rest.
With the frenzy to prevent being infected with the coronavirus, supplies are running low or out of stock Homemade items are usually better than store-bought items because you put your love, care and special touch on it. This hand sanitizer recipe contains lemon and tea tree (melaleuca) essential oils and a bit of coconut oil. At this time, stay vigilant in keeping yourself healthy by cleaning and cleansing both externally and internally. And CALM DOWN!!! Do not allow yourself to get caught up in the hysteria and stress you out. We are exposed to more viruses and bacteriae than coronavirus on a daily basis and our immune system protect us.
People are scared and searching for information on how to prevent being infected with the coronavirus. The best protection we have is not a mask, being paranoid or quarantining ourselves, it is our immune system. Here are 5 natural ways to stimulate your immune system, keep you healthy and protect from infection with coronavirus.
Greetings Super Wonder Women and those ready to live a FREELIFE on purpose and with passion FREE of stress. It's Dr. Michelle here sharing some tips to help you release stress simply and naturally. February is the month with all things related to matters of the heart. It's heart health month and Valentine's day. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States, accounting for about about 1 in every 5 female deaths. One of the major contributors to the health of the heart or lack thereof is blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association, the...