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You will never need more than He can supply, and what He supplies, both materially and spiritually, will always be enough for the present.


Hello followers,

It is Saturday and it is feeling more like autumn weather.

Great for pumpkin lattes and a cozy fireplace.

This Florida girl, never lived in a place with a fireplace.

But this year will be the first and you know what we will be using in the Malin’s household this year.

So, I am going to love making pumpkin spice lattes and Dan will be making the cozy fire for warmth.

Until then Dan and I will start on the seven steps for helping you get unstuck and get into action to achieve your goals.

How to release old trauma from your nervous system and start retraining it with new empowering ways of being in the world.

First, we would like you to write this down, identify the goal that you would like to achieve in the next six-12 months.

Perhaps you even have a Big Goal in mind that you have really been wanting to tackle?

But for some reason, every time you start to move in the direction of that goal, you get distracted or overwhelmed with other things, or even nervous and afraid of attaining the thing you think you want to achieve.

Does any of this sound familiar to you?

The key to achieving the goal you have written down is to first identify the negative thought loops or even unpleasant habits that are keeping you from achieving your goal and living your best life yet.

So how do you identify those less than helpful patterns you find yourself caught in?

Each of the steps in coming posts are designed to help you find a new perspective to replace the old ones that are no longer serving your present reality.

When you think about the goal you have written down that you want to achieve, what are the thoughts that cause you to stress about it?

These thoughts or beliefs might sound something like this:

Overwhelm — “I’m not doing enough.”

Business problems — “I’m terrible at sales.”

Relationship challenges — “If only they would be different.”

Perfectionism — “It’s not quite ready yet.”

Career challenges — “I’ll never get that promotion.”

Burnout — “I should be doing more!”

Chronic health issues — “I’ve got to lose this weight.”

Do any of these ring true for you?

Tomorrow, find the thought that is causing you the most stress for the moment and write it down.

Since this is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, every post this week; I will share something that I have written or done in the past that has to do with this very topic.




Breast cancer is always filed in the back of my mind, for I was diagnosed in 2010.

When October comes around it is rather personal to me, for I like all women see pink everywhere.

Now they have the Empire State Building in New York lit up with pink.

Considering this I wanted to do some research on how the pink got started.

The first known use of a pink ribbon in connection with breast cancer awareness was in the fall of 1991, when the Susan G. Komen Foundation handed out pink ribbons to participants in its New York City race for breast cancer survivors.

The pink ribbon was adopted as the official symbol of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month the next year, in 1992.

The pink ribbon was derived from the popular red ribbon for AIDS awareness.

Alexandra Penney, the editor-in-chief of the women's health magazine Self, and breast cancer survivor Evelyn Lauder, [the senior corporate vice president at the cosmetics company Estée Lauder created a ribbon for the cosmetics giant to distribute in stores in New York City.

Estée Lauder and Self initially approached Charlotte Haley, who had begun a peach-colored ribbon campaign to press the National Cancer Institute to increase its budget for cancer prevention research.

Haley refused to be part of what she felt was a commercial effort, so Estée Lauder and Self changed the color of their ribbon to light pink in 2005, to circumvent Haley's efforts to stop them.

A pink and blue ribbon is sometimes used to symbolize breast cancer in men, which is relatively rare.

The pink and blue ribbon was designed in 1996 by Nancy Nick, president, and founder of the John W. Nick Foundation to bring awareness that "Men Get Breast Cancer Too.

As an art lover, I take color very seriously and adopt it in my book

which shows FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE and not the CONVENTIONAL WAY while enjoying life while managing cancer without side effects.

I feel that the color should not just be pink, but a mixture of pink and green.

For this represents two sides of cancer.

Pink to represent the compassion, and love.

This relates to unconditional love and understanding.

The deeper the pink, the more passion and energy it exhibits.

Green represents the balance of harmony. It is the greatest balancer of the heart and the emotions, creating equilibrium between the head and heart.

I stand up and hope someday they will change the pink ribbon to not just pink but to stripe it with green for a balance of choice!!!!!

Also, to educate people on the knowledge of other methods to manage cancer and have insurance cover whatever we choose.

It should be our choice and not up to the doctors or insurance companies to dictate what we should have. It should not be one method for all!!!!

Please stand up with me and make the first step for the future of our children.

E-mail me with your input and comments at or just put on my timeline your thoughts.

OCTOBER 8th, Dan, and I thought on continuing this segment with the series with some fun; What is it about October that is so significant during this month?

National Salmon Day – October 8, 2022

Love salmon, this is Dan’s and my go to fish dinners.

National Salmon Day is celebrated every year on October 8, as proposed by Chicken of the Sea.

Did you know that salmon is the second most popular seafood consumed by Americans?

The pink fish now has its own annual day of celebration.

The holiday is observed as a reminder of the health benefits that wild and packaged salmon provide.

It is recommended to eat fatty fish such as salmon twice a week due to the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids. So, are you ready to exploit this pink fish and satisfy your fish craving?

National Salmon Day was first celebrated on October 8, 2015, after Chicken of the Sea recommended the holiday.

They then accepted a City of San Diego proclamation designating the day as National Salmon Day.

The City of Chicago and Cook County, Illinois, also proclaimed October 8 as National Salmon Day in honor of the strong legacy of salmon fishing on Lake Michigan.

The holiday is dedicated to celebrating the health, taste, convenience, and diverse recipe benefits of salmon.

And it is observed in honor of wild and packaged pink fish.

Chicken of the Sea, founded in 1914, is a packager and provider of seafood.

They not only offer a product line of seafood but also offer recipes to inspire seafood lovers.

In 1984, the company introduced skinless and boneless salmon to encourage wider public adoption of the fish as a healthy ‘new’ source of protein.

In 2014, the company introduced a line of flavored salmon pouches.

Chicken of the Sea has been committed to preserving seafood sustainability and is a co-founding member of the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation.

How often do you eat fatty fish per week?

Hopefully, twice a week, just as recommended by American Heart Association.


Fatty fish such as salmon is a useful source of omega-3 fatty acids, and research has shown that they can lower your risk of heart disease and stroke.

Moreover, research shows that omega-3 fatty acids may help prevent, delay, and diminish Alzheimer’s disease.


So, have you got your recipes and prepared your salmon?

Because National Salmon Day is the day to make and enjoy the delicious healthy food of your favorite fatty fish.

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:


Today Dan and I will be continuing the book, Ten-Minute Relaxation, For Mind and Body by Jennie Harding.

Whenever you are feeling under pressure, ten minutes is all you need to relax totally, using tools that are always with you; your senses.

This book is packed full of wonderfully simple ideas and exercises for using sight, taste, smell, hearing, and touch and that vital sixth sense of intuition to rebalance your energies and bring you back into harmony with the natural world around you.

Identify your favorite sensory relaxation solutions and combat that stress!

Per Dan and my experience this is another component in keeping ourselves healthy, meditation.

By using your five senses, you can learn to relax in just ten minutes.




Below are common herbs and spices with their benefits.

ROSEMARY, MARJORAM, THYME, BASIL; these are all members of the family of Mediterranean herbs called LABIATE.

They stimulate gastric juices to help digestion and absorption.

PARSLEY, DILL, FENNEL SEED; these are all members of the plant family UMBELLIFERAE.

They help prevent stomach cramps and ease digestion of fatty foods.’

BLACK PEPPER, CUMIN, CORIANDER, CARDAMOM; these are all seeds filled with highly aromatic oils.

They come from Asia and are used to ease intestinal gas and assist absorption of food by increasing production of digestive juices.

GINGER, TRUMERIC; these two are aromatic roots that ease stomach cramps and have a warming, comforting effect that relieves indigestion.

Tomorrow, SMELL-

As I ponder over all that I have learned, I have come to find that we all have our own blueprint.

Our bodies are precious and there are many components in taking care of them.

Throughout the blog, Dan and I have related the separate ways through body, heart, and soul.

It is all about power of knowledge and learning to take care of yourself, keeping your cells happy.

Our immune system is one of the key factors in keeping healthy.

It is important to know how it works!

Germs and Viruses????

Continuing from yesterday, "The body is the temple of the soul", so it is said, and germs are natural inhabitants of it, some of which assist in the day to day running of the temple and some which, when the temple begins to decay, perform to complete its destruction more quickly.

As Robert Ingersoll said:

"In Nature there are neither reward or punishments.

There are consequences."

Tomorrow, Addendum to Germs and Viruses-

The 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.


You will never need more than He can supply, and what He supplies, both materially and spiritually, will always be enough for the present. #whatisholdingyouback#neverneedmore#hecan#supply#materially#spiritually#willalways

Until Sunday, do not think about what can happen in a month.

Do not think about what can happen in a year.

Just focus on the 24 hours in front of you

and do what you can to get closer to where you want to be.


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