I keep telling you, I am not funny. Having fun does not have to be comedic talent. Instead, it can be a willingness to see the humor in tough situations. Y’all are better at this than I ever was. Turn your funny on and let’s ride with it.
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I have a ton to say about profound gratitude but today is not the day because I am busy being profoundly grateful. Where are you on the gratitude meter?
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Rarely will I be the one to say that we should push hard, push through, battle, or war, especially during chronic illness. That is too much stress on our physical bodies, too much emotional stress and not enough self-care and it actually sets us back. Yet, there are exceptions when pushing hard through a illness situation can lead us right down the healing path. Last week I had one of those push-through and push-dang-hard weeks that broke some all-time lingering health barriers.
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We can support and cleanse our kidneys with appropriate real foods. Food for health is a ball, and tasty. Let’s explore the possibilities to support and boost our kidneys with food.
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Disease and ongoing illness take its toll on our bodies, working them too hard and wearing them down. Wearing the out if we are not careful. When we slow everything down, we can heal faster. Here, we don’t even need to stick our heads under water. We are simply turning the moment into slow motion as it would feel underwater. Slowing our breath, our reactions, our thoughts, our heart rates so that our resting bodies can kick into high gear healing.
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Pooping monsters!!! Might as well make fun of the critters that are wreaking havoc on our health while we move them out and flush them away. Take full advantage of your natural drainage and detox pathways with the Poop Pack (discount code in the blog). Let’s get moving…
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Spaghetti squash is anything but squishy and it certainly is not green. You don’t even have to know how to cook to make this one. Out of excuses not to try it!!! Naturally gluten-free, spaghetti squash is the “pasta” to my spaghetti.
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It’s time to get outside, enjoy the crisp air and picking apples. If chronic illness won’t allow for the picking experience, then you can “pick” different varieties from your local grocery. Either way, it is time!! I will show you how you can be ill and go apple picking if you want the adventure…
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Most of us won’t be doing any deep-sea-diving during chronic illness but we can still go there. We can release some of the stress by using our Blue-Minds. This is a beautiful way to calm the mind and body while in the safety of your home. This one is traveling the depths around the world in one breath.
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Don’t knock poor Brussels sprouts until you have eaten them cooked correctly. Once I figured out how to prepare them correctly, they have become one of my favorite veggies. They’re now in season so grab a bag and give it a try. I promise to tell you the secret to making them tasty…
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