Prepared In Advance: Getting Your Wellness Ready For Hurricane Season

’Tis the season! Hurricane season. For us living here in South Florida, hurricane season is upon us again. While we normally go well into July before we see any serious tropical action, this year we’ve already had a couple “areas of interest” develop in the Gulf of Mexico. Will this year’s hurricane season be as […]

Emergency Preparation: Maintaining Wellness During Disasters

“These are the times that try men’s souls.” — Thomas Payne As I am sitting to write, the news is on in the background, and Hurricane Irma is bearing down on the Caribbean. It wasn’t that many days ago I was watching Texas with the empathy of a survivor, feeling like we had dodged a […]

Perspective: The Steering Wheel of Emotional Wellness

It’s funny to me how these weekly “Wellness Wednesday” articles I write tend to weave in and out of my life. Two weeks ago, I wrote about the importance of friendship and community, and since then, I have come to lean on my community of friends more than I have in the past. My father’s […]

Five Simple Strategies for Getting Free From Stress

So, last week’s “Wellness Wednesday” was about managing stress, and the May Fundamental Foods Dinner was going to be about managing stress, but now I find myself in the position of having to cancel this month’s dinner, mostly due to the stress of family health issues. Funny, right? A New Way Of Thinking In the […]

The Four Sides of Wellness

If there is one overriding theme that summarizes my practice and my approach to healthcare, it’s the understanding that we are all multi-faceted beings. No-one is just a body or just a mind. No-one is just a digestive system. A complete, comprehensive approach to wellness incorporates every component of a human life. My biggest concern […]

The Law That Breaks You (If You Don’t Obey It)

Yesterday on “Wellness Wednesday,” we discussed the importance of sleep for your overall health. One thought that kept bothering me the whole time I was writing it was the idea that a lot of driven people like me seem to have: “I’ve gotta keep my nose to the grindstone at all costs. I can sleep […]

Life…In The Valley

“Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me.” Psalm 23:4 Why? Of all the verses in the Bible, why has this one held my attention? I find that when I’m reading the Bible (which I try to do consistently), a word or […]

Supercharge Your Mental Game With One Key Truth

How would you feel if I told you that I would be in your corner during an upcoming challenge, cheering you on, giving you advice, helping you to strategize, and providing you with the resources you need to win the mental game? You might be appreciative. If I told you that your corner team for […]

The Power of Positive Patrick

Just because this week’s “Think Right Thursday,” just happens to fall on St. Patrick’s Day, it would be an obvious choice to make this a blog about him, right? That’s the silliest thing I ever heard. NO NO NO! This week’s blog is about YOU. Just you. And also about how St. Patrick’s story can […]

Hanging On To Hope

Have you ever felt like all hope was lost? It’s a terrible way to go through life. I can remember times in my life when I really felt like there was no hope. Nothing was ever going to get better. My life, as I knew it, was over and all I could do was hang […]

Getting Past Bad Days

I saw something online the other day that I just had to share with you. It seems like I’m thinking about you all the time now, since we’ve been spending “Think Right Thursdays” together. Every time I see something that encourages me, I wonder if it might encourage you as well. I love what I do […]

The Power of Positive Thinking

One of my good friends just started his own business. I’m proud of him. I know how challenging – even terrifying – that process can be. It almost didn’t happen. He had been struggling at jobs for years, trying to make a living, knowing he was capable of more, but the prospect of working for […]

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