INFOGRAPHIC: Well Being and De-cluttering

INFOGRAPHIC: Well Being and De-cluttering

This week Hubby and I tackled our “junk room” in the house and made significant progress. It is amazing how much stuff you accumulate in 20 years! Then yesterday during the weekly #VZWBuzz party our topic was about being more productive and one of the ways to do that is to not have things in a cluttered or disorganized state. … Continue Reading →
Getting Back on Track

Getting Back on Track

Life is quite a wild ride. Sometimes faster that we would like it to go, sometimes moving too slowly. At times it can be smooth and easy but then those big dips and twists and turns come along. We can squeal with delight, we can shriek in fear. It’s all about perspective. Most of the time I am happy to … Continue Reading →
Veterans Day and PTSD Infographic

Veterans Day and PTSD Infographic

On Tuesday, November 11, we will celebrate Veterans Day which is a day for us to honor all who have served in the military. Thank those you know who have served, take a moment to honor those no longer with us, and participate in a Veterans Day activity in your own community. For those of you reading this who are … Continue Reading →
Save a Life: World Suicide Prevention Day

Save a Life: World Suicide Prevention Day

Today, September 10, is World Suicide Prevention Day. Unfortunately this cause is very close to me. I know several people who have considered suicide and even worse, I know some who committed suicide. Life is so fragile. Everyone needs to reach out and help prevent this cruelness. Suicide Warning Signs: Talking about wanting to die or to kill themselves. Looking … Continue Reading →
The Science of Happiness [Infographic]

The Science of Happiness [Infographic]

The weather is finally turning for the better for most of us and that means we are happy to get out of the house. Today’s infographic talks about the science of happiness which includes being happier just spending 20 minutes a day outside in good weather. If you need to feel happier take a look at the infographic and see … Continue Reading →
Overview of Depression [infographic]

Overview of Depression [infographic]

This Saturday’s infographic is not a happy topic, but an important one. When I search for each week’s infographic I really try to make them topical either to events happening or just in my actual life. I suffer with depression myself. This strikes some folks as odd because I am generally a pretty happy person. But, we all have our … Continue Reading →
Feeling dreary

Feeling dreary

I have occasionally written about my dreary days before, well here it is again. Really I am a happy person, but everyone has their down days. Today is one of mine. What happens on a dreary day for me…. I may stay in my pajamas all day – and yes it is 5:30pm right now and I am still in … Continue Reading →
Military PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder [infographic]

Military PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder [infographic]

On Monday, November 11 our country celebrates Veteran’s Day to honor those that have been a part of our military. Sadly, while we have a day to honor these men and women, many still do not receive the treatment they need for mental health especially for post traumatic stress disorder. For this week’s infographic I found one about Military PTSD … Continue Reading →
Omega Infusion Review

Omega Infusion Review

I have talked about Omega-3s before especially as it pertains to helping Hubby and son with their bipolar. There are lots of different supplements and products with Omega-3s infused and of course, natural foods also. Whenever we have a chance to try out a new product with Omega-3 we do to be able to have a variety of ways to … Continue Reading →
Free classes for those caring for kids with mental illness

Free classes for those caring for kids with mental illness

I mentioned that NAMI offered these free classes in the past, but I wanted to put the information out there again since new classes will be starting in the near future. While these are in the St. Louis area, don’t worry, the classes are done across the country and you can find local chapters on the NAMI site. The NAMI … Continue Reading →