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Empty Your Cup Relaxation Tips: 3 Easy Ways to Relax and Stress Less in your Relationship by Cecil M. Health Maven Posted Wed 19 May 2010 9:34am One of the most popular ways to relax and stress less in your relationship is to pretend that everything is OK. But there are a couple of hidden problems with this: First, if it was that easy, a lot more folks would be successful with stress in their relationship. And second, there are quite a few brand new, cutting edge techniques th ... Read on »
Relaxing Nature Sounds MP3 Downloads by Braxton P. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 28 Mar 2011 10:00am   Great Selection of Nature Sounds to Relax, De-Stress Concentrate Better & Sleep More Soundly Listening to nature sounds is a delicious way to wind down, relax and tune in to something more delightful and the hustle and bustle of your daily life.  Use them either as a conscious, meditative-st ... Read on »
3 quick ways to relax and de-stress by Misty G. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 12:12pm As Ananga Sivyer says in her beautiful calm eBook that's free to download, there is a high-price for self-neglect. At some point, we have all pushed ourselves to the snapping point. Investing in ourselves, in self-care, in taking care of the little things. In doing what they tell you to on planes. That is, put your own oxygen mask on before you t ... Read on »
Fortnightly access now means a plane trip. by Neo-Conduit Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 May 2009 11:39pm I had succeeded in finally relaxing her to get her beautiful smile, then she walks to enter the plane, the final pic, I held back my tears...until the doors closed behind her. Today was the beginning of fortnightly trips for Hebah to see her dad who lives up in the North Island now. he explained the simplicity of her being an unaccompani ... Read on »
On holiday by Jen D. Posted Mon 27 Jun 2011 6:52am I took annual leave last week, but as usual I was busy. For me, a holiday is no fun when you are sitting around bored. When I got home from Dublin on Tuesday after the Paul Simon gig, I unpacked my bag and repacked it for Wednesday's trip to England. O J and I flew to Liverpool on Wednesday afternoon, and received fantastic assistance in both ... Read on »
6 Tea Ingredients That Can Help You Unwind, Relax and Chill Out by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 08 Apr 2013 12:49am A popular product class is the “sleepy time” tea. These are the teas which purport to help you unwind from a rough day, relax in the midst of exterior (or interior) chaos, and chill out in a state of relatively peaceful bliss. Many of us live in a state of constant stress punctuated by bouts of acute but transient ease of mind, when it should b ... Read on »
Why You Can't Relax by Tommy Kirchhoff Posted Sun 17 Jan 2010 8:23am "Muscle Tone" is another fitness industry term I can't stand. Go ahead and Wiki it. All kinds of trainers use that term to connote increased muscle size and simultaneous decreased body fat percentage. That's back to AESTHETICS, which are practically worthless. Muscle Tone comes from the kinesiological term, ... Read on »
Healthy Tips On How To Survive The Holidays and Seasonal Travel by HealthyVoyager Posted Wed 07 Nov 2012 9:44pm We have made it to the most wonderful time of the year! Or so they say. This time of year, for many, is that mad scramble to shop, fly or drive and be merry. We all spread ourselves a little too thin, grind our teeth in order to not make waves during a family gathering and do our best to dodge illness despite germy flights and malls. Well, be ... Read on »
Over the River & Through the Woods: Healthy Holiday Travel by HealthyVoyager Posted Wed 10 Nov 2010 2:16pm The holidays are upon us and with it comes stress in many forms.  What to buy, who to visit, what not to eat, etc.  Traveling is another biggie but this year, you can do it right. Check out some of these tips that you can use to keep healthy and sane this holiday travel season: Eat before you leave the house!! You should always leave with ... Read on »
ICRS Day 1 by Lisa C. Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 8:55pm My mom and I arrived safely to Orlando from San Diego. Joshua is home with Grandpa since Daddy is working overtime. We were very blessed. Despite both planes (changed in Houston) being quite full, we got a seat in between us both times. A blessing for my shoulders! I requested a "cart" or 2 wheelchairs since they said the gates in Houston were ... Read on »