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Rose hips – October’s Herb of the Month

On my list of herbs that I would never want to run out of, Rose hips is one of the top ones!  Rarely do I let a day pass without having at least one cup of Rose hips tea.  It’s one of my favorite bedtime teas, especially.  Just the amazing health benefits they offer is […]

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What Seeing the Total Eclipse in Casper, Wyoming Showed Me about Our Need for Wonder and Awe

It was a year ago today that I got to see the total solar eclipse in Casper, Wyoming, definitely one of the most amazing experiences of my life.  But it wasn’t just the awe-inspiring view of being in the zone of totality that has left an impression on me.  It was what I witnessed in […]

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5 Mistakes People Make When Choosing a Reflexologist

(Reprinted by permission from the American Reflexology Certification Board, Reflexology Digest, June 2016) Mistake #1 – Assuming All “Reflexology” Is the Same Not everything that claims to be reflexology today actually IS reflexology. Currently only 4 states (New Hampshire, North Dakota, Tennessee and Washington) have their own law for reflexologists, so in many areas just […]

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Foot Massage is NOT Reflexology

(Reprinted by permission from the American Reflexology Certification Board, Reflexology Digest, January 2017) It’s frustrating to spend good money for something and be handed something else instead. In the U.S., that is too often what happens to people who request a reflexology session from someone other than a certified reflexologist. Consider this situation experienced by […]

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Empower Your Immunity – Reduce Stress

Have you missed work frequently due to the flu or a cold?  If so, it could be that stress is the culprit and not that coworker who won’t stay home when he’s sick. You may think that these illnesses are simply the result of coming in contact with bacteria or viruses, but actually, that might […]

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