A Bit of Happy

I started the day much to early for a blogger and with a hellacious headache. Then while checking my stats, my email, and my comments, I was lead to A Bit of Happy.

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How Do I Strengthen My Immune System?

I’m sure we’ve all heard that phrase at one time or another, but may not have associated it with the scheme of our overall health. The connection that’s being made is referring to our immune system, and this remarkable network determines what state of health we’re in at the present and what we’re setting the stage for in the near future.

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Why Am I Always Sick? Five Culprits You Didn’t Consider

I've spent some days, weeks and even months lying in bed waiting to feel better from various ailments. So, I know what it's like to ask, why am I always sick? It sucks! What's more, not knowing why you are sick is even worse. Doctor after doctor offer no answers, and the quest is exhausting, to say the least. Because of several of these quests, I have learned a little about what can make a woman ill. Though the following information may not now- or ever- pertain to you, I recommend that you hear me out.

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Meet Terri Hawkins-Fox, N.D., PhD

Women's Life Link would like to introduce Dr. Terri Hawkins-Fox. She has been a memorable contributor to my life through her caring, wise way in which she conducts herself as a doctor and a woman. Terri is a wife, mother, grandmother, and currently owns and operates the Indianapolis wellness center Natural Rejuvenation.

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Anticipation: A Healthy Emotion

Have you ever wondered why you feel more alive when you are looking forward to something. It could be the family vacation, a long awaited reunion with an old friend, or something as simple as getting a facial. I've often found that a heightened level of anticipation brings a happiness that isn't found through any other source.

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Graston Technique: Soft Tissue Rescue

I was fortunate enough to experience this amazing treatment first hand through my chiripractor, Dr. Michael Tuckey. When he first recommended it for my daughter after a car accident, I was sceptical but open as she was in a lot of pain after being rear-ended by an overzealous teen driver. Her treament was extensive because of the amount of soft tissue damage; in the end she and I were pleasantly surprised by the results.

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The Events of Our Lives

"The events in our lives happen in a sequence in time, but in their significance to ourselves, they find their own order...the continuous thread of revelation." -Eudora Welty

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Meet Genny Heikka

Women’s Life Link would like to introduce, Genny Heikka.  She is one of the beautiful women we found out there in the blogosphere that we …

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Procrastination: The One Thing You Can’t Seem to Get Done

Tell us what one thing that you know you should do but can't seem to accomplish; either you can't get up the courage, get around to it, or a dastardly person is holding you back. And when you finally get it taken care of, how will it improve you or your life? Please share.

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More Instant Health Boosters

Achieving good health is not as easily accomplished as we all would want. Though making true lifestyle change is the way to go to ensure lasting results, I've put together another list of instant health boosters to get you moving in the right direction. These are things that you can do that don't require a lot of thought or energy to be effective. Please pass this article on to other women who need it....who are we kidding? Everyone needs health!

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Relationships: Giving and Receiving

We all want a relationship where we feel fully loved, deeply understood, and deeply valued, and where we walk the journey in complete harmony with another. Many times we are looking to the other person to provide us with what we want and need, when in truth, we simply mirror that in which we give. We often have the idea that when the perfect person comes around, we will begin to be on our best behavior, and that we will change when we meet him or her.

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Spiritual Enlightenment: A Woman’s Emotional “Neti Pot”

It dawned on me today that when we are not spiritually and emotionally sound, we can't be our best - the women that we are meant to be. You know, like when your allergies are acting up; you don't put your best foot forward because you're too busy blowing your nose and trying to breathe - nothing feels right. This is the equivalent of being emotionally stuck in second gear; you can't seem to get where you want to go at the speed you need to get there.

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Brain Health Evaluation

I recently did a post on memory loss and since decided to pursue ways to bring new health and life to my brain; it seems like a smart thing to do considering the alternative of chronic forgetfulness and even loss of brain cells. This trek that I'm on started with an evaluation of all the things that I did in my 20s and 30s when my mind seemed to be more like the proverbial steel trap than the bucket of mush it is now.

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Diet Stress or Stressful Diet?

Without question, our enjoyment - if not our whole world - as one would say, revolves around what we eat or our decision and anticipation of what we will eat. Yes, we all have been recipients of both the contentment and frustration our decisions have created. Truly, haven’t we all - at one time or another - considered refraining from Big Macs, pizza, french fries, pies, and desserts a stress in itself?

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Embracing Your Inner Child: A Women’s Happiness

Have you ever wondered why young children enjoy simple, unimportant interactions with every day objects like flowers (or flour), bugs, water, dirt, and even the really gross stuff? Because their minds aren't filled with the complications of life, they have time for the sensical parties in which we adults refuse to partake - most of the time.

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