Spirituality and the Role Within

Spirituality and the Role Within

In the present day, there is always a quick fix for an issue. Whether it be that painful headache you endure after a hard days work, or a mini focus pill to allow you to think clearer and more effectively, there is a cure or aid for everything. Yes this might be a temporary fix with a medicinal origin, but how do we fix with an alternative method? Going back to our spiritual roots, it’s necessary to care for our whole selves. Serve yourself spiritual care on all physical, emotional, social, and mental levels. With relaxation, meditation, compassion caring, and other spiritual methods, you have the ability to control your healing.

By addressing and bringing your problems, whether visible or within, to the forefront, you are requesting healing, making yourself present for a change. Say goodbye to the “there’s a pill for that fix” and let spirituality in. Heal naturally, not forcefully.

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One Goal to Grand

One Goal to Grand

Those days as a child dreaming up what your future would be like is NOW. We are living in the “Now” of our past and making our dreams a reality. No dream is too big, no reality is fake, we were put on this earth to do great things, and be somebody.

Dream, think, achieve, repeat. This is the pattern to our own personal successes. Implementing this daily strategy might be harder than you think, so let’s take the easy route. Focus with these quick tips, and applaud yourself: you are one step closer to living your dreams.

1.) Say Goodbye to Procrastination

This is the most important time to keep yourself in the game. Procrastination is #1 in shifting focus off your goal.

2.) Writing Down Steps (Mini Goals) to the Bigger Picture

Jot down the biggest goal, but set yourself up for the steps along the way. Each step to the bigger picture should include a goal. Keeping these goals as milestones to the “final supper” will keep you motivated.

3.) Meditate and Shift Focus

Clear your mind. Meditating during times of goal-getting allows you to clear your headspace and make way for the important aspects…your dreams. Visualizing your goal, adding the details to your mind and gaining clarity on the way of achieving them will have the most reward.

Good luck and go get em’, no dream is too big.


Eating Right for A Hydrated You

Eating Right for A Hydrated You

We all want to live the healthy, clean and comfortable life. We want to be rid of daily ailments, debilitating diseases, and anything that affects our everyday life. No, this article isn’t going to cure you, but yes, it will give you a little insight into one life improvement…water. Yes, California is going through a shortage of water at the moment, but now is the time our individual bodies need water the most. Water is an essential element to living. Water is roughly 60% of the make of our bodies. We need water to maintain the body’s natural fluid balance, leading to successful nutrient transportation, food digestions and body temperature regulation (these are just a few of the reasons). Drinking the average 8 glasses of water a day can be torture. Not only does drinking water give us the proper intake, but our foods also yield a grand amount of water as a great substitute. Adding various types of food that are rich in H20 to your daily diet can add up to 20% of your necessary water intake for the day. Push the water to the side for a minute and get eating, it’s time to hydrate.

1.) Grapefruits

Grapefruits contain 90.5% water content. Delicious & Hydrating!

2.) Peppers

These colorful cruciferous veggies contain 92% water content. Talk about crunchy and cool!

3.) Watermelon

Thriving in the summer. this fruit (containing 92% water) gives us a refreshing delight in the dead of the sun.

4.) Cucumbers

Mild, versatile and and delicious, cucumbers contain the most water out of any fruit or vegetable at 97%. Talk about a salivating substitution.


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