What to do with all those Headlines!

January 31, 2017 purposelywell 2

The news and social media has been riddled with a deluge of negative stories, horrible events, scary thoughts, and tons of confusion! If you have a TV or a Facebook account, you have seen more than your fair share this week alone! And it’s only Tuesday! As a concerned natural […]

Cupping is making a comeback thanks to olympic athletes' interest in the subject

Cupping Makes a Comeback

August 11, 2016 purposelywell 0

Cupping is making a comeback, thanks to the interest of swimmers at the Rio Olympic games. It’s a holistic form of healing in which cups are heated to produce vacuum effects on the body, loosening muscle tissue. A branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine, it’s often contrasted with acupuncture and acupressure […]

Rosemary: Helping Your Health

June 20, 2016 purposelywell 0

Rosemary is a versatile herb that we’ve previously written about. Being used within bug repellants and perfumes, lamb dishes and medicine, it’s always worth learning more about [1]. Natural News has a wonderful article [2] on some of its uses: 1. Keeps Food-Borne Illness Away We’ve all heard stories about […]

Manifesto For a Good Life

February 26, 2016 purposelywell 0

It would be wonderful if we could all live in the country in a stress free life, but reality is even in the country there are stresses and busy-ness. Creating a simple, good life is about your choices no matter where you live nor how noisy and busy the environment […]

Asset Emotions Vs Deficit Emotions

February 9, 2016 purposelywell 0

Managing emotions for ourselves and helping our kids learn to manage emotions can be a tough job. Heart Math’s Doc Childre says we need to change how we think and how we talk about emotions. “Because the cascade effect of emotions throughout the body doesn’t depend on whether emotions are […]

Healthy Is More Than Just Not Sick

February 4, 2016 purposelywell 1

Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. World Health Organization The human body is designed to be governed from the heart which controls the parasympathetic nervous system. When we are in a fight or flight situation the mind […]

Anger Is Good For You

November 30, 2015 purposelywell 0

Anger has become the socially unacceptable emotion, especially for women. If you get angry you are accused of being unfeminine, of being unlikeable, and worse. In order to be liked and “respected” women tend to stuff their anger. It’s not a healthy way to live. So many set about a […]

The Sun is Too Low for Vitamin Benefits

November 12, 2015 purposelywell 0

Winter has arrived in the north. The sun is too low to actually produce the vitamins we need. Now the debate begins. Do we just take a holiday in Mexico every 2 months until spring, use a tanning bed that has its own issues, try to eat enough Vit D […]

Calm Down: Lessons From a Child

October 28, 2015 purposelywell 0

Something happens, your brain goes into frantic mode. You want to scream and yell and get your own way. You act or speak out of anger and frustration. That doesn’t usually work out so well. When you are upset and need to calm yourself down, what is your strategy? Kaia […]

Losing Weight Is Not About Food or Exercise

October 28, 2015 purposelywell 0

Most of us have been taught to think that losing weight and keeping it off long term is about what we eat and how much we exercise. Actually that is only a tiny part of it. If you are subconsciously sabotaging yourself all the diet and exercise in the world […]

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