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Using Our Black & White Senses, Dandelion Color

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What would happen if we took all color out of our life and everything was in black and while? We might feel dull and lifeless… until we adapted. Then we would see life in a whole new way, adding in our own colors. Chronic illness has a way of taking color out of our lives. So let’s have some fun putting it back in.

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No Straight Roads Out of Chronic Illness

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Does not exist – There are no straight roads out of chronic illness. There can be curves, hills and valleys to take on the journey, but no straight paths. When we do not expect a straight road out, we bend with the process and travel the journey with greater ease.

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Cheerful Sunflowers for Nourishment

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Sunflowers are my favorite flower because they are so cheerful. They have also got to be the easiest flower to grow. Grow the right variety and you can eat your own sunflower seeds. Whether you grow sunflowers yourself or head to the store for a bag, they have nutritional value that you don’t want to miss. If you eat what is alive, you become alive.

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Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries

Life is like a bowl of cherries

Cherries are in season and fresh cherries are on my brain. I think I have eaten so many that I have gone fruitloopy. Now I am thinking that life is like a bowl of cherries; sometimes it is the pits, sometimes it sweet, sometimes fresh and in season and sometimes frozen from the freezer. It is just life after all. It comes with the variety and adventure of not only eating in the season but living in season.

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Viral and Retoviral ​Summit, Now Playing

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The Viral & Retroviral Summit started today! Because the number of viral and retroviral pathogens in our environment are difficult to avoid, join our experts to learn about prevention, treatment and reduction of symptoms! Learn with me today online for free!

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Passing Home Stress Test

Life comes with “when it rains, it pours” stressors. That is just part of life. During chronic illness those times are especially hard to handle much less juggle. What if we used those times as a test kit? I am talking about passing our own kind of stress test, LIFE. Day-in day-out life can be some of the best stress testing you can do, especially testing your level of chronic illness.

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Full Moon Challenge June 2019

Time to get ready for the Full Moon Challenge. The next full moon will occur on June 17th, 2019 at 4:31 AM ET and will be a Full Strawberry Moon. With a decrease in melatonin weakening the immune system and an increase in serotonin enabling parasite mobility, it’s the perfect time to provide your body with extra support to maximize detox results. 

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Awe Takes Me To We

Moving our vision to the awe of life nourishes us. Easier said than done during illness. When we are chronically ill, we simply have to focus on ME to be able to move through the issues. Then, at some point, we have a sense that it is time to look up, outside of that intense focus. It is time to look at the awe in life. The more we see it, the more we move from ME to WE. We have more compassion for others because our vision has increased through awe. Tricky stuff when we are ill.

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Pity Party Plan

Have you ever tried to suppress a pity party? Sometimes we can do that successfully, other times it stays with us and usually comes back to kick us in the butt later. For the most part, pity parties are a waste of time and energy. Yet there are always exceptions and sometimes we just need a good pity party. As a Pity-Party-Person, I have come up with a Pity-Party-Plan.

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Lyme Awareness Month

How can we share the awareness of what those tiny Lyme critters can do to a person’s life??? There are so many people who have chronic Lyme that had their lives turned upside down by it. The suffering can be intense from the physical, emotional, loss of family, friends, loss of finances, and the spiritual upheaval. It all gets pretty nutty but it is the reality of far too many and the numbers keep rising. For them, helping others become more aware of the disease cannot be described in a way that anyone can truly understand unless they have experienced it.

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