First Post for Health, Wellness, & Recovery

  • Yoga & Exercise Fun!
  • Acupuncture as a last (or first!) choice.
  • Guess if this food is “good” 4U:

Let’s tackle some food questions, or at least commiserate over why the experts can’t seem to agree on whether eggs, or protein, or salt, or just about anything, is “good or bad” for us.



As my shockingly young podiatrist says, “You’re not ‘old,’ parts of your feet are just ‘well-traveled’.”



Here’s a fun topic for those of us getting older, and those of us who’ve spent some non-quality time with depression, dysfunction, and addiction. Allow me to ease the way with my own discoveries; teasers provided below: 


Like who knew probiotics can help one travel again without gut issues? At least, they’ve worked for me. 


And I’ve discovered the beauty and effectiveness of those little ancient needles of acupuncture, and the newer Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) benefits, specifically from the German BEMER (Bio-Electro-Magnetic-Energy-Regulation), which oxygenates and remove toxins from our blood.


I’ve also found Adult Children of Alcoholics and/or Dysfunctional Parents. ACA is a 12=step Recovery group (under the same umbrella organization as AA, Al-Anon, etc) that really helps me figure out survival methods I learned as a child, and how to give them up now that they don’t serve me well. In other words, I’m learning why I do what I do that I don’t want to do anymore. And to stop doing it!


We’ll have fun with stuff I’ve seen but am not sure of, and stuff I hope to never see again: pain and casts, surgeries and procedures.  Add to those my own poor social intelligence, and whew! This page’ll be stuffed.


As my ‘Earthly Suit’ ages, I hope my mind is the last to go. It might be pretty empty by then, but right now, my brain’s too full.

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