Life is a journey, but work and screens can take over. Simple daily habits can offer a buffer. A few small routines help to create quality time and moments of contentment that make a big difference in how you feel.
The liver works hard around the clock, and really is amazing, but it’s often taken for granted. If you are struggling with hormones, immunity, skin issues or fatigue, then your liver would benefit from support.
I believe that small things make a big difference in everyday life. I have many small things I feel grateful for, and I try to hold onto that philosophy.
Bereavement and loss can be a trigger for different types of illness, even when it is seemingly unrelated. Insomnia, anxiety and low mood are just three of the ways that we can be affected by grief. Shock and unexpressed sadness affect our body as well as our mind; it can show up in your skin, digestion or even your hormonal health and immunity.
Homeopathy is a completely natural medicine which is one reason why people are open to trying it at a festival like Glastonbury. We treated almost 300 people this year, and I saw more than 20 of those myself personally. Most of them had not had homeopathy before and quite a few took the time to drop by to let us know how much it helped, which was lovely.
“For the first time in so long I feel like a normal, functioning human being again.”
For years I’ve used resealable plastic bags to dispense my remedies but I’ve recently been inspired to switch to paper envelopes instead. This is such a small thing but I feel good about my decision. I’d be interested to hear what you think.
When something takes a year to change it doesn’t seem like a big deal. But when you look at the before and after in this story, you’ll see it’s actually a small miracle. Trust together with commitment goes a very long way.
Tired all the time? Skin not happy? Putting on weight around your middle? Here’s my 6 steps to get your sparkle back!
This year one of my goals is to keep a simple journal. I realise I have so many things to be thankful for.