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Challenging Situations

Challenging Situations

Challenging Situations By Marcela Owen When we set goals, or any other time in our lives, we face challenging times, that’s part of life. How we react to challenging situations influences our thoughts, our feelings and our stress levels. It’s so important to seek wisdom in challenging situations, rather than complain. It is wiser to [...]

January 7, 2013 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0

Juice Cleanse: A Great Way to Prepare for The Holidays

Juice Cleanse: A Great Way to Prepare for The Holidays

By Nancy Desjardins R.N.C.P Now that fall has arrived, we’re beginning to look toward the holidays and all the festivities associated with them. This means planning for parties and lots of special meals with our families and loved ones. And, it also likely means lots of overeating or, at a minimum, eating the wrong types [...]

December 17, 2012 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0

Do You Smoke?

Do You Smoke?

At some level, whether we are men or women, we take care of our skin. Some of us may spend more time with our daily skin care routine than others. Some may follow a strict step by step skincare regimen. While others may just wash their face with soap in the shower and call it [...]

December 10, 2012 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0

A Few Tips on Skin Care

A Few Tips on Skin Care

Skin care is not only about the latest trends in moisturizers, serums and oils, it’s also about connecting different aspects of our lives into an easy to follow program that leads to a motivating, rewarding and exciting lifestyle. Yes, a way of life that can bring blissful benefits. We all have different skin types according [...]

December 3, 2012 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0

What Does Green Mean?

What Does Green Mean?

Why should I care about the environment? Well, for one I know what some of you may be thinking, you are probably thinking that green is such a buzz word right now and there’s so much information and theories to decipher, so how can we contribute? I feel that every little bit counts, so it [...]

November 26, 2012 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0

The Art of “Finishing”

The Art of “Finishing”

The art of “finishing” something is one of the most peculiar and mysterious subjects to me. Why is it that we start a project, we are enthusiastic and eager about it, but then not finish it? Do we get bored and overwhelmed? My theory is that as human beings, we have a very short attention [...]

November 5, 2012 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0

Toxic Chemicals in Your Food

Toxic Chemicals in Your Food

Toxic Chemicals in Food That are Causing us to Gain Weight By Nancy Desjardins, R.N.C.P. Within the last couple of generations, we have markedly changed the way that we consume foods and, at this point, we are setting ourselves up for a great many serious, long term Problems. The nutrients we need are removed from [...]

October 29, 2012 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0

Do You Believe This?

Do You Believe This?

By Dr. Mercola Over the past few years, an interesting pattern has emerged, where political supporters of genetically engineered (GE) foods are feasting on organics, while promoting unlabeled GE foods for everyone else. Most recently, Mother Jones1 discussed how Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney – whose ties to Monsanto go back to the late 1970’s when [...]

October 22, 2012 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0

Overcoming Obstacles – Seven Crucial Steps

Overcoming Obstacles – Seven Crucial Steps

By Marcela Owen I’ve learned to take difficulties and challenges as a project and even though my knees may be trembling, my hands shaking and my heart pounding out of control feeling like it’s going to fall off, I move forward and I focus on positivity and solutions. Trust me. I know from personal experience [...]

October 15, 2012 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0

Overcome Emotional Eating

Overcome Emotional Eating

By Nancy Desjardins, R.N.C.P. Sometimes, we eat, binge, scarf or pig-out when we’re upset, angry or celebrating something. Some of us go for the chocolate ice cream, while others snatch the chips and dip. Some go for deep-fried chicken, and others prefer BBQ ribs. No matter what your “comfort food” is or how often you [...]

October 8, 2012 Women For Natural Living Issues, Uncategorized 0