November 2020

Hello Everyone! 
I refuse to call what we’re all going through the new normal. I’m calling it the new weird. Things come to pass, they never come to stay. So, I’m just here recommending some things that will maybe help make people and our planet better, so that we move into a brighter future.
Check out Commune, they’re a wealth of information.
The Impact Single-Use Plastics Have On Our Health & The Environment
If you haven’t read any Joe Dispenza, try a Youtube video and see if it resonates with you:  
Joe Dispenza’s Youtube Page
   Spinal Health Column/Spinal Column Health


Deskapades
Can you see yourself here in any of these pictures? A lot of people I’ve adjusted lately are having trouble adapting to their new home office arrangements. Ergonomics play a big part. 

Quotes
Here are some quotes to think about and give some historical perspective. Lao Tzu lived in 6th century BC and was an ancient Chinese philosopher and writer. He is the reputed author of the Tao Te Ching and the founder of philosophical Taoism.

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September 2020

 Spinal Health Column/Spinal Column Health 

With so many working from home, I see more and more people with their head going forward into the computer screen. Forward Head Posture by Jonathan FitzGordon is a collection of blog posts that explains it so well.  
“You become what you think about all day long.”  Wayne Dyer
“We plan, God laughs”  Yiddish proverb

These two quotes at first seem to be at odds with each other. On one hand you can create what you think about and on the other hand, the universe may have other plans for you. 2020 has come with such a variety of unexpected challenges, throwing everything out of balance or so it may seem. We must however, change and adapt when we are forced to and see the opportunity for our own inner growth in doing so.

Here are some of the things I have been finding helpful in navigating these difficult times. The path and the journey are all about this moment and then this moment and so on and so on…

Take breaks often
1. Breathe Regularly – take 5 minutes to focus on your breathing. Sit up straight, close your eyes, slowly inhale through your nose and exhale through your mouth.  Sort of like a cigarette break without the side effects, only the benefits. 
2. Be Present – Slow down – Enjoy the air around you, appreciate the little things and focus on your senses. 
3. Move – All forms of exercise can ease anxiety. Go for a quick walk around the block or skip the elevator and take the stairs. 
Buyer Be Careful:
The FDA Warns Against Using Over 100 Hand Sanitizers: See the Full List 
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