Thank you for all of your feedback and support over the past year! I have a few new people on my newsletter, so I thought it would be a good time to revisit some of the most popular posts of 2017. Many of these contain self-care tips you can use at home! Even if you have been with me since the beginning, you might find re-reading a couple of your old favorite posts over your morning coffee helpful. Truthfully, I write many of these as reminders to myself as well as to my readers, so …. this is what I did this morning over MY morning cup. (PS. I switched to mushroom coffee a few months ago – if anyone finds coffee anxiety-producing, my vote is give this a try. I actually like the milder flavor now.) Thank you, as always, for reading!
Allowing yourself ample time and creating a good environment for sleep is probably the most restorative thing you can do for yourself. Your body cannot function properly without enough sleep.
Most of us do not get enough movement throughout our days, as we generally spend too many hours sitting at desks, in the car, on the sofa or at the kitchen table. The old saying “Motion is Lotion” is true: constant, varied, gentle motion spread out throughout the course of the day keeps muscles and joints limber and prevents repetitive stress injuries.
They are all important but these were the most shared posts about the body.
eyes and effects of staring at screens
The Lymphatic System:
This critical system never gets enough attention in the medical literature, in my opinion. Here are some basics.
Owning Your Healing:
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