Two of the most common things we do on a regular basis that uses a cleaner (of sorts) is washing our hands and cleaning house. We need to for proper hygiene and to get rid of germs; however, it’s what we use that can make those ‘simple’ tasks unhealthy.
Like food (another topic), there are ingredients listed that we need to get familiar with and avoid. Sad to say, several of the ingredients Continue reading
I was thinking the other day of things kids are taught to do at an early age and brushing their teeth was at the top of the list along with potty-training, hand washing, and tying their shoes. As I’m also learning about videos, I thought I would share some info about toothpaste with you. My goal is to educate … make you aware … not to scare you. Continue reading
Life is all about the little things we do everyday, agree? It’s about growing and learning and today you get to witness me growing … taking baby steps. I’m learning how to do videos and this is my second one! As you’ll see, I have much to learn. I hope you enjoy the message as ‘The Dash’ – a poem by Linda Ellis – is powerful. Continue reading
- Chemicals – are hazardous to humans and animals
- Disease – Many of these chemicals have been linked to cancer, asthma, allergies and other disorders Continue reading
Things one looks at on a regular basis can have a major impact on focus and emotional health. Maybe that’s something you already figured out? I personally never had it hit me ‘front and center’ before.
This flag for instance . . . The image is not as clear as I would like, but you can see it is definitely ripped and a good visual for the shape America is in. I couldn’t figure out why I was feeling so much stress or why my creativity was down. It’s because I saw this every time I looked out of my office window. Continue reading
You can’t give to others if you don’t have it. Benjamin Franklin saw the world as what he could give to it rather than what he could get from it – shared what became known as the Franklin Stove with society rather than patent. “What good can I do today?” and “What good have I done today?” were morning and evening questions Franklin asked himself. Continue reading