Category Archives: Anxiety

Self Care Clarity Call

1 more thing you can do in your pajamas! Well, May absolutely flew by, right?! Between dodging raindrops and living life it seemed extraordinarily busy! Last month I had the honor of being interviewed by WebMD about the practice of smudging, or sage burning. You can find the WebMD article HERE. But who would have […]

What to do with 168 of these?

What to do with 168 of these? It’s FINALLY Spring! The past week I’ve noticed small green buds sprouting on bushes I pass on the way to the train. And today…they’re full fledged leaves! Call me silly, but I so enjoy watching the day by day transition of the seasons. *sigh* I’ve been thinking a […]

When Your Chaotic Life Is A Good Thing

When Your Chaotic Life Is A Good Thing “All great changes are preceded by chaos”, right?! So we must be in for a BIG change! I have noticed that you, me, my friends and colleagues, and my family are all dealing with chaos right now. From the external to the internal. Physical to emotional. The […]

Himalayan Salt Lamps

Himalayan Salt Lamps Man oh man do I love my Himalayan Salt Lamps. So much so that I have one in every treatment room in my office. And almost in every room in my home, including my meditation corner. Besides the beautiful, lovely, warm glow that the salt lamps give off, they are great for […]

The 3 Pillars of Self Care

The 3 Pillars of Self Care   Self care can be so easy, but so hard at the same time. We are all busy doing things in our lives and taking care of other people – sometimes we forget that we have to take care of ourselves too! As summer arrives and activities begin, let this be […]

Ditch the Downers

This quote was one of my most engaging Facebook posts from last week. It seemed to have struck a nerve with people so I thought I would delve a little deeper into why it’s important to “Ditch the Downers” in your life. Before I go on, I know that it’s impossible to live in a […]

What Actually Causes Stress? A Revealing Look Inside The Stress Epidemic

What Actually Causes Stress? A Revealing Look Inside The Stress Epidemic I have read that approximately 80% of our chronic health concerns are caused by ongoing stress.  The question I have is, what actually causes stress for YOU?  Given the fact that stress is such an important factor in the creation of imbalance and disease within […]

Acupuncture and anxiety

Well, it’s definitely still winter as we have about 4 more weeks until the first day of spring. I know many people in Chicagoland are having a hard time with the ongoing sub-freezing temperatures and it’s affecting their mood – especially depression and anxiety. In my February newsletter I talk about some simple ideas to get […]

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