Tag: 6 dimensions of wellness

A guide to Daily Life Meditation

I’ll be back on October 1, 2020 from my “moving break”. In the mean time, here’s an article that will help you work meditation into your daily tasks and even help you set up a “meditation room” in your home. It’s no secret to… Continue Reading “A guide to Daily Life Meditation”

s.a.l.t. & the golden rule

Before I get to the inspiration for this post, (the concept of S.A.L.T.) I wanted to share this little essay, which was originally written to my youngest son as he graduated from high school last year. It was a “little speech” I gave just… Continue Reading “s.a.l.t. & the golden rule”

The Insomnia Fix: The dangers of sleep deprivation

Could you stay awake for 11 days? In 1965, Randy Gardner, a 17-year old high school student stayed awake for 11 days and 24 minutes or 264.4 hours, to study the effects of sleep deprivation. This is the longest documented case of intentional sleep… Continue Reading “The Insomnia Fix: The dangers of sleep deprivation”

Regulating Healthy Blood Sugar Levels to Manage Diabetes

According to a study in 2015 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 30.3 million Americans have diabetes, and 84.1 million have pre-diabetes. Pair that with the statistic that 1 in 3 Americans are pre-diabetic and 90% of those at risk are unaware… Continue Reading “Regulating Healthy Blood Sugar Levels to Manage Diabetes”

6 ways to keep your brain young and healthy From Home

As I talk with friends and family over the past few weeks, since the pandemic began, I hear people expressing their frustration at being “stuck at home”, saying they’re going “stir crazy” and other similar phrases. This is understandable, since we are used to… Continue Reading “6 ways to keep your brain young and healthy From Home”

6 ways to keep your brain young and healthy From Home

As I talk with friends and family over the past few weeks, since the pandemic began, I hear people expressing their frustration at being “stuck at home”, saying they’re going “stir crazy” and other similar phrases. This is understandable, since we are used to… Continue Reading “6 ways to keep your brain young and healthy From Home”

Middle-Age Memoirs: How to make a face mask in 30 seconds or less (with a filter)

Tune in the first Tuesday each month for my monthly journal, the Middle-Age Memoirs – the ramblings of a middle-age wellness enthusiast.

THINK BEFORE YOU DRINK: Sobering information on Drunk Driving.

It costs around a buck, but dialing #TAXI from your cellphone will get you connected to the nearest taxi anywhere in America and Canada.

In Memory of a Friend…

I  repost this article on or around St. Patricks day every year, the anniversary of my best friend’s death.Twenty-seven years ago, on March 17, 1992, St. Patricks day, my best friend, Roberta Ann Pfeiffer, her fiance Robert and their 2 dogs were killed by a drunk driver.

Vintage Recipes: 4 recipes from my grandma weisbeck

Just a quick post today. My youngest son is home from college for spring break, so I’ll be spending the week with him. Thus, this will be my one and only post for the week on both of my blogs: Purple Almond Wellness and… Continue Reading “Vintage Recipes: 4 recipes from my grandma weisbeck”

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