Relaxation: the state of being free from tension and anxiety; recreation or rest, especially after a period of work (Google Search, n.d.) It’s National Relaxation Day, a holiday initiated on August 15, 1985, at the prompting of nine-year-old Sean Moelle of Clio, Michigan (Levine, 2017). He suggested that too much work can make us sick, … Continue reading Chilling Out with a Hot Cup of Tea
Normally I conduct tons of research before I write and post a blog. Today, I break from my tradition and just writing from my heart. I will follow up with some science because I think we would all benefit from knowing the signs of depression. For now, I offer my raw feelings about the loss … Continue reading A Deep Loss: Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain
Today the world lost a luminary, a thinker, an innovative scientist, an inspirational hero, a brave man, and a visionary able to see the humor in the universe. Stephen Hawking gave up the ghost on March 14, 2018. How very appropriate that he concluded his life on earth on Pi day, the annual celebration of … Continue reading Eat your Pi and have it too: an aude to Professor Stephen Hawkin
When you saw the yellow flowers in the picture associated with this blog post, what were your first thoughts? Did you think, "Oh no, my lawn is ruined by that nasty weed!" or did you think, "Yum, lunch!"? "Half the world love it, uses it for medicine, and dines on it regularly. The other half … Continue reading Weed it or Eat it: Dandelion
While reading an article on WebMD, a dialogue box popped up asking me if I would be willing to participate in a survey. Normally, I click, "No thanks" and proceed with my original task. This time I decided to give it a go since the survey would only take 5 minutes to complete. So, I … Continue reading Hot Flashes: WebMD, why is there no option for “Never”?