Crystal Therapy: Just the Basics

As part of our growing panel of experts, we’ve been honored to have a trained crystalogiest among them: Rosemary Beam. If you have not read Ms. Beam’s recent blogs regarding Crystals and Chakras, then we highly recommend them as great reading opportunities....more

A Reflective Post

Your 21st birthday is meant to be a special one; mine really was. I had the whole family over at my parent's house and all my friends were invited as well. It was a glorious English summer's evening and we sat in the garden until 9pm when we all went into town to hit the clubs and drink. I stayed out 'til 4am. I had my best friend staying over and we didn't fall asleep until 6am since we were talking non-stop about all the fun we had that night. I had high hopes for my 21st year- 2007 meant I had one year left until I graduated!...more

Thursday Morning

Good morning sister bloggers...it's Thursday (AKA Thor's day) and I have an MRI this afternoon. *SCREAM* I hate MRIs wirth a passion, I hate feeling like a piece of bologna in a steel plate sandwich. (Yes ladies I am claustrophobic) I have to have all my jewelry off, partial dentures out and I feel very naked that way. My teeth keep me from looking like a refugee from a boxing ring and my necklace, earrings, rings and bracelets keep me from feeling exposed...if that makes any sense at all. ...more

About Those “Chakras”

Chakras – Seven Hindu energy centers of the body, beginning at the base of the spine to the top of the head,that assist us in our flow thru life. The theory is that “balanced” Chakras lead to a balanced fully expressed life experience = good health....more

My life is funnier when I'm depressed

So I'm new, obviously...I have my personal blog and I'm waiting for it to be listed with BlogHer, but in the meantime, here I am. My blog, depressionsandconfessions.com, started as a way for me to reach out to other women with depression, but has evolved into a sort of journal of my personal story about living with the disorder....more

Anthony Robbins: Motivational Speaker

“There is no such thing as failure. There are only results.”“Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.”“If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten.”“You see, in life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know. Knowing is not enough! You must take action.”...more

World Rare Disease Day 2010

I've decided to be a bit more serious today.  Shocking I know, but this is a topic that deserves some serious recognition.  Even if you decide not to read this post please click on the link below to find out a little more about Rare Disease Day. ...more

Celiac Disease and Infertility

The New York Times recently had a blog post asking if foods can contribute to infertility and pregnancy loss. For once, it was a food article with some actual teeth in regard to infertility, especially after the ice cream diet proposed a few years ago (just eat some Rocky Road and you, too, can get pregnant!). With more being learned about celiac disease, its connection to fertility is becoming clearer. ...more
I was diagnosed with Refractory Celiac disease last week and it's been challenging. My husband ...more

The threat of deadly infections

We've been hearing more and more about people who go into the hospital for even minor elective surgery and end up losing their lives to infections they get there.Now a new study says an estimated 48,000 people die each year of blood poisoning or pneumonia they come down with in the hospital, at a cost of more than $8 billion....more

Health and the Law of Attraction

Can the law of attraction help you heal and restore your natural state of health and well being? The answer is definitely “Yes.” Well, that is as long you believe in the power of your own mind and you know the basic principles of how to attract good health.Law of Attraction...more