My Code For Success

My Code For Success

Among the cherished memories of my childhood were the visits to my maternal grandmother’s house The Sunday dinners with family, the the incredible rhubarb custard pies, her advice. And of course looking at the “Code for Success” plaque prominently displayed in her living room. The Code – 1. Find your particular talent 2. Be big 3. Be honest. 4. Live with enthusiasm. 5. Don’t let your possessions possess you 6. Don’t worry about your problems....

53 Organic Living Tips

53 Organic Living Tips

53 Organic Living Tips x x Faucet water contains fluoride in all 50 states. Purchase a reverse osmosis filter to remove it. A Britta filter won’t be enough.   Chlorine in water will evaporate after a few hours. Just leave it in a filter or jug in your fridge overnight.   Though Nalgene bottles are BPA-free, they’ve been found to leech other chemicals. Use glass bottles to be 100% safe.   Avoid anti-bacterial soap. Residue...

41 of My Favorite Health Tips

41 of My Favorite Health Tips

41 Health Tips x x Most people are dehydrated (especially in winter areas where you have to heat your home) so do drink 6-8 glasses of water daily.   Got a headache? Try drinking a couple of glasses of water first before reaching for the aspirin.   Inhaling and drinking a cup of black coffee can help stop mild asthma attacks before they get worse.   If water makes you gag, add a slice of...

Using Motivational Tools to Meet Your Goals

Using Motivational Tools to Meet Your Goals

Many people think that they have to rely on themselves to stay motivated when striving to reach new goals. This is actually not true and there are many tools that you can use to make reaching goals much easier.   Some of the most popular motivational tools you can use include simple things like using blogs, journals, online calendars and planners. All of these things can really help you stay on track and achieve your...

In the Pursuit of Excellence

In the Pursuit of Excellence

Are You Committed to Excellence?   Even if you have heard of the term ‘committed to excellence’, do you fully understand what it means? The following quote is from Aristotle and defines what excellence is.   “Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is...