Helping others infuse harmony into their every day living.

Think & Be Well

Thinking Our Way to Well Being Try to not think.  The harder you try the more difficult it is.  Thoughts literally create our reality, as what we think determines what aspects of the kaleidoscope of life show up for us to experience.  All possibilities are there, yet what we recognize as our personal reality is based on the myriad of factors that make up our...

Stressed? Vagus to the Rescue!

Stressed? Vagus to the Rescue!

Aug 10, 2014

What does being stressed and vagus have in common? Are you wondering who or what is Vagus? Well, there is a little known nerve that sets and turns off the call for alarm in the body. This is our vagus nerve. It’s an internal highway sending messages to and from the brain. The vagus extends from two thick stems within the cerebellum and brainstem and travels...

SIS Empowerment Series: 2nd Annual Business Women’s Networking Event

SIS Empowerment Series: 2nd Annual Business Women’s Networking Event

May 18, 2012

June 16, 201210:00 AMto2:00 PMFor Your Professional and Personal Development: The Thurgood Marshall Center 1816 12th Street, NW Washington DC 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Attend information packed sessions and networking opportunities for women business owners, entrepreneurs, professionals and future business owners focusing on: Healthy Finances – How to...

It’s Women’s History Month … Meet Antoinette Nue

It’s Women’s History Month … Meet Antoinette Nue

Mar 18, 2011

Author, speaker and green living expert Antoinette Nue is The Green Living Goddess. She’s a former certified green builder, home energy rater and building superintendent. She spent 18 months in Central Eastern Europe promoting green building products and sustainable development before turning her attention to presenting green living workshops and educational...

Green Resolutions for 2011

Green Resolutions for 2011

Jan 16, 2011

Enjoy this repost from Associated Content by A. Lafon on Going Greener!  Every little step we take towards going green can make a difference. Our family has made a lot of changes to be more resourceful and eco-friendly but I know we can do even better. We all have our own reusable water bottles, we’re composting (most) stuff, we have a garden, we’re...

Haiti – one year later

Haiti – one year later

Jan 16, 2011

One year later the lives of many of our brothers and sisters in Haiti are still shattered.  It will take years to rebuild, and it’s hard to find signs of significant progress.  Most of the rubble remains uncleared, stalling reconstruction.  We wish strength and courage to those who are living in the midst of this traumatic experience.  And like a...

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