Happy New Year! 2012 is here and again words I’m hearing a lot of is “simple”, “unclutter”, “re-organize”, along with the proverbial “exercise” and “eat right”. These words are in my vocabulary too. They’re not new to me but it’s a new year, a great time to restart or re-energize something that may be lagging in your life.
One of the reasons I wanted to blog about wellness is that it is such a broad topic and nearly everyone is interested in it in some way. However, there is SO MUCH information out there it is hard to wade through the seemingly endless information and figure out what is actually true, #1 and #2 what actually applies to you. I’ve had that problem for years. As a nurse I’m pretty aware of major health trends. However, they change on a regular basis. How do I know what to really pay attention too? Also many things seem just too radical for me. I’m a pretty basic type person. I like to keep life simple. I’m definetly NOT a great chef in the kitchen. I like to try new recipies but not the complicated ones. All that said, Wellness Wednesdays are for us “regular people” who want to be healthy but need help sifting through all of the information out there. Won’t you join us on our quest? Share what you have learned, whether it is something that works or doesn’t work. I do not sell any particular products but I am happy to share my personal opinion on things I’ve tried and I’m hoping you will do the same so I don’t have to try everything! (I’m smiling) Share in the comments here or on my Facebook page one simple thing that is helping you become or stay healthy, a habit, a program, a product. Don’t forget real health encompasses all of you, spirit, mind and body.
This week I’d like to share with you that my friend, Shari has opened her doors (& her heart) to help people to better health physically, mentally and spiritually. Her own journey towards health has led her to become educated in nutrition and essential oils. This month she is offering the following special for those who can come to the Des Moines area.