November & Diabetes: This Will Make You Care

“I care about nothing,” people seem to say, as they savor another bite of comforting tastiness. How can we ever control diabetes in a world like this? You know what we tell ourselves… It’s not that bad. There’s just not enough time to eat right. I’ll start tomorrow when I get organized. Or you walk... Read More »

Breast Cancer: Symptoms, Hope and How to Cope

“I’m so sorry to tell you this, but it’s true, you have breast cancer.” That’s when Caitlin began to cry. “I don’t remember much after that.” The voicemail from the doctor couldn’t be right. But now her father was telling her…he’d confirmed with the doctor. It was true. That was July. Now it was September.... Read More »

What You Need To Know Now To Be Cancer Free

Cancer – there’s nothing like it to get your life in focus, says oncologist Pallav Mehta. You absolutely can learn how to cope and regain a sense of control in your life, he adds. This is so valuable – whether you have cancer or not. And chances are, you will. You’ve probably heard people say... Read More »

How To Calm Stress & Feel Blissful, A Few Drops At A Time

If you want to feel more relaxed, try approaching your stress a few drops at a time. A few drops of essential oil, that is. Dr Jean Valnet, an innovative French surgeon, discovered the power of essential oils during World War II. Medicines were scarce. Soldiers needed real help with all the pain and anxiety.... Read More »

How To Deal With Anxiety Right Now

Are you satisfied with the level of happiness in your life? There’s one feeling that creates more stress than any other. Do you know what it is? It’s the feeling that you’re not in control of your life. Life just doesn’t always happen how you plan it. How can you gain more control and banish... Read More »

How To Make Back To School Time More Calm & Organized

Do you watch August roll around the calendar and wish you were more ready for back to school time? Waking up early, getting lunches ready, rushing everyone out the door on time and all that homework – it’s enough to bring on whining and tears (from parents and kids!) With so much going on, it’s... Read More »