It’s important to stand up for what you believe in.

CONTINUING ON THE SERIES OF LIVING SUCCESSFULLY WITH SCREWED-UP PEOPLE, STARTING ON THE HERB – CHAMOMILE AND THE MAIN TOPIC; STAND UP FOR YOUR LIFE.


Hello followers,


Countdown to SPRING, 4 more days.

Also, HAPPY ST. PARICKS DAY –


May the road rise up to meet you?


May the wind be always at your back.


May the sun shine warm upon your face,


The rains fall soft upon your fields,


And, until we meet again,


May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

As Dan and I take small but powerful steps in our journey of standing up for our lives, sometimes we cross struggles.


These struggles, I call challenges.


If you are struggling with being assertive, start taking small steps to stand up for yourself.


Even just learning to walk more confidently, head held high, shoulders back; will help you appear and feel more confident.


Channel that confidence when dealing with others.

This attitude can apply to all areas of your life.


Feeling annoyed at the person who cut in front of you at the super market?


Politely ask them to move to the back.


See an unfair charge on a bill from one of your service providers?


Call and dispute it.

It’s always good to use tact!

Time is precious and is priceless, so Dan and I will continue each day to pull from a box of 365 inspirational quotes; one quote and share with you.

Today is:


HAPPINESS IS NOT SOMETHING READY-MADE. IT COMES FROM YOUR OWN ACTIONS.

Continuing from last year the series on LIVING SUCCESSFULLY WITH SCREWED-UP PEOPLE, by Elizabeth B. Brown.


Dan and I continue to share ways to benefit and help keep one’s health cells healthy.


A wise man told me ten years ago, when one is in balance with themselves; one stays healthy.


For more information click on book


https://www.amazon.com/Living-Successfully-Screwed-Up-People-Elizabeth-ebook/dp/B00B853Q5W/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=LIVING+SUCCESSFULLY+WITH+SCREWED-UP+PEOPLE&qid=1626376729&s=books&sr=1-2

Continuing on CHAPTER 14; HOW MANY TIMES DO I SAY “SORRY”?


STEPS IN AN APOLOGY

Today, third step – PREPARATION


Practice what you are going to say.


Keep in mind that effective apologies flow from caring, not perfection.


Organizing your thoughts on paper may help you narrow and define the apology.


Think through what you want to say and how you will word the apology to accept responsibility for specific acts without attempting to justify the wrong.


Simple is best!

Sometimes it may be helpful to write out the apology so that you are certain it contains the six specific components that should be embodied in an apology.


1. Liminary conversation

2. Acknowledgments of the specific wrong

3. Acknowledgement of the hurt that was caused

4. A plan for making amends

5. A plan for future behavior

6. The lesson you learned

Tomorrow, FOCUS-

Dan and I have been posting, on the time to get ready for food and remedies that

heal; alchemy of herbs.


Today blogging on the herb; CHAMOMILE and the benefits.


It’s amazing what and how chamomile can help keep your body healthy?


I know what I’m going to get tomorrow at the super market to Fight Anxiety and Depression of moving.

Chamomile, whether in tea, tincture or essential oil form, is one the best medicinal herbs for fighting stress and promoting relaxation, according to research from Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine and Pharmacognosy Review.


Inhaling chamomile vapors using chamomile oil is often recommended as a natural remedy for depression and general anxiety, which is one reason why chamomile oil is a popular ingredient in many candles, aromatherapy products and bath-soaking treatments.

In extract form, chamomile is frequently used as a mild sedative to calm nerves and reduce anxiety because its vapors travel directly to the olfactory part of the brain, turning off tension and reducing the body’s stress response.


This is why practitioners use chamomile to effectively relieve symptoms of chronic anxiety and stress, including hysteria, nightmares, insomnia and various digestive problems.


Smells are carried directly to the brain, and they serve as an emotional trigger.

The limbic system evaluates the sensory stimuli, registering pleasure, pain, danger or safety; this then directs our emotional response, such as feelings of fear, anger and attraction.

Our basic emotions and hormonal balance are in response to the most basic smell.


Scents are a direct pathway to memory and emotion.


Fragrances, like chamomile, relieve pain and generally affect personality and behavior.

Research proves that using oil fragrances is one of the fastest ways to achieve psychological results.

As Dan and I begin a new year, this is our PHRASE TO REMEMBER; Health is Wealth.


We stand by this and continue to do daily; walk, meditation, and Qigong.


If you would like to follow with us; hash tag words #walk, #meditation #Qigong on the right of the main blog page.

WHAT YOU BELIEVE IN

It’s important to stand up for what you believe in. #standupforyourlife#important#standup#believein#newbeginnings✨ #inspirational#motivational

Until Friday, being able to admit you’re wrong is important,

but so is standing up for yourself when you’re right.

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