Tips for optimal mental health, 7/19, 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the group room!
This weekend Courtney Moore will be teaching a class on how to best support your mental health naturally. She will focus on the importance of gut health in relation to mood. The class will end with a guided meditation.
Here are some interesting articles with a similar focus:
Do you want to buy organic but feel like you can’t afford to do shop all fruits and veggies at the organic price?
Each year the Environmental Working Group produces a list of the top 12 most pesticide ridden foods. Here are those 12 for 2015-
A DOZEN PLUS 2
Apples, peaches, nectarines, strawberries, grapes, celery, spinach, sweet bell pepper, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, potatoes, hot peppers, kale and collards.
Asparagus, Avocado, Cabbage, Cantaloupe, Cauliflower, eggplant, grapefruit, kiwi, mango, onion, papaya, pineapple, sweet corn, sweet peas, sweet potatoes.
Here is the link to the full report!
By Liz Williams
We are so often drawn by the busy mind to list all of the things we need to do to take care of ourselves – sleep more, eat well, stay hydrated, exercise, get a massage, take deeper breaths, relax…the list goes on and on. While I am a firm believer in all of these things, I also find value in stillness.
I’d like to introduce you to what I call the pause. It’s a practice I return to again and again when I get caught up in my busy mind. It’s fairly simple, and can be done anywhere at any time. And it can take as little as 15 seconds to complete. It goes like this:
Wherever you are – stop what you are doing. If it is appropriate, close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. Let the chaos of your day fade into the background – even if only for a few seconds. Chances are, when you open your eyes you will have a bit more clarity about what actually needs to happen next.
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