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8 Simple Tips to Help Beat Seasonal Depression

8 simple ways to beat seasonal depression

In my previous post I have mentioned SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder – also called “seasonal depression”) and fatigue briefly as the cause for feeling uninspired. I might be one of the people who feels the effects of this aptly named condition which range from feeling tired and uninspired to downright sad. Isn’t it why the abbreviation for it is so telling?



Mineral Healing Workshop Series – Join Me on Facebook Live (Free)

Mineral Healing Free Live Workshops Over the past 4 weeks I have been very busy learning how to stream live on Facebook. The reason for it is that I have been thinking how I could best deliver what I have learned about mineral healing to those of you who want to learn about them. In my case it’s what can share about healing power of minerals – salts, muds, clays, zeolite and diatomaceous earth.


So one day I heard from my mentor Lynn Terry about a run by a lady who has made her name virtually living live streaming. She does it for her own business and teaches others how to do it. I joined her course and decided to do a workshop about minerals and how they help us heal. The result is that I am now working on the 3rd episode and am keen to share it with you.


If you have already picked up the free Mineral Healing e-book from this site you are probably someone who is interested in learning about sals, clays, mud, zeolite and diatomaceous earth and their healing properties. And you may have learned a lot about it already. Or you may have popped into this site because you have been looking for natural options in terms of your own health. Whether you already know something about minerals or are new to the subject, I am sure you will learn something new for yourself from tuining into the workshops.

Quick & Easy Home Remedies for Constipation

Are you constipated? Read on…

We all get occasional problems with constipation. Most of us keep it to ourselves, being so embarrassed that we don’t even ask for help when it is needed. Let me address the “embarrassment” factor first though. If we look at our stool movements as a natural process which happens in our body in order to keep us alive, we will be able to see that there is nothing embarrassing about it at all.


This is not to say that we should broadcast it to the world, but taking the “embarrassment” out of the subject means that we can discuss it without going red in the face, at least with health professionals. It is a lot easier to treat constipation when at an early stage – by simply adjusting our water intake and nutrition, than using prescription medicines.



20 Common Sense Tips on How to Maintain Healthy Weight


saladThere are a lot of books and articles written about weight maintenance. Many of them contradict each other and common sense itself. As with all the information we get, it needs to go through our own conscious filter which is basically common sense. So here are some tips which I believe in, and which have gone through my own common sense filter.


20 common sense tips on how to maintain healthy weight:


1. Eat healthily – lots of vegetables, fruit, pulses, herbs, salads, raw food, nuts, sprouted grains, fish (if you eat fish of course).  Healthy eating is a habit, so give it time. Don’t quit just because you’ve lapsed, and had a cake. Cakes and other treats are ok occasionally. Just not as part of your daily plan. A treat is a treat.


2. Shop for health. Buy the foods which nourish you, not satisfy your cravings.