Gratitude Journaling: I Made A Mistake

Happy Thursday!  Remember gratitude is about being grateful at the moment, appreciating what you have right now.  Remember that definition as you read my mistake below. What is a mistake?  A mistake, as defined in the dictionary is action or judgment that is misguided or wrong. We all mistakes.  Some are more profound and life-changing […]

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Mindful Monday: Are You Happy With Yourself?

As I continue with my own Mindful journey, I decided to do some weekly self-esteem challenges.  You can join in by leaving a comment, or by writing in your own personal journal.  If you would like to share your Mindful journey with me or to use any of my coaching services, please use the contact […]

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April is National Florida Tomato Month, but What if You Have CKD

One of my most favorite things to eat, before being diagnosed with CKD, was fresh garden tomatoes.  Tomato sandwiches were my favorite. April is National Florida Tomato Month.  But, what if you have CKD?  Tomatoes are low in sodium, protein, fat, and calories.  They are, however, high in potassium.  One medium tomato has almost 300 […]

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Freebie for Moms for Month of May

Happy Wednesday!  As promised I am announcing my May freebie early, so moms can start signing up.  For the month of May Moms can request one free 15 minute Distance Reiki session.  I am a level 2 Reiki practitioner.  Reiki is a form of Energy Healing.  I will not be starting the sessions until May […]

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Health Tip on Tuesday: Avoiding Neck Pain for Desk Workers

Tomorrow is Wednesday, and I will be posting my May special just for Moms.  Be sure and check back to see what it is. Do you get neck pain, or headaches when working on your computer, or at your desk?  I know I do.  But, why? The number one reason I get neck pain while […]

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How Our Muscles Get Energy

So, I signed up for a class that was not supposed to begin until June.  But, for whatever reason, it was moved up to now.  That means I am currently enrolled in 3 classes at the same time.  Two have to be on a schedule, and the last one I can meander through.  The first […]

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April 17th is National Cheeseball Day

Happy Friday!  Did you know that today is National Cheeseball Day?  Don’t worry neither did I.  Matter of fact there are all kinds of food observations that I had no idea about.  Below you will see links for 3 different recipes for cheeseballs.  2 for CKD and one for Diabetes.  You can adapt them to […]

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Vitamin D and The Immune System

Happy Thursday!  I hope everyone is doing and feeling well.  I meant to do this post yesterday, but as I continued to read, I learned more and more about Vitamin D.  There is so much information out there about the importance of Vitamin D and the role it plays in the Immune System.  Now you […]

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My Number One Tip for Time Management

Time management, a skill we can all take advantage of.  Are you always late getting out the door, getting to work, or leaving work?  Do you just seem unorganized and behind? OK, a little about me.  I am a time management freak.  I do not like to be late, and I loathe leaving work late.  […]

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Mindful Monday: Mindfully Eat All That Easter Candy

Happy Monday!  I hope everyone had a blessed Easter, especially with all this social distancing.  I had to work at my nursing job, and of course, they gifted us all candy.  Plus, I bought some peanut butter eggs for my family to share.  Chocolate is high in phosphorus and potassium, not to mention fat.  It […]

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