I am largely a self-educated person. Yes, I have taken seminars and attended certification courses for my line of work. But I have gone way beyond those. I look at my experiences as a classroom in earth school. When faced with a problem or situation, I ask myself, "what's the best way … Read more about Musings On a Life
Margaret Mead was a famous anthropologist. She is most well-known for studying human behavior. In her studies, she noted the plasticity of human nature and the variability of social customs. ... Mead's famous theory of imprinting found that children learn by watching adult behavior. I … Read more about What Makes Us Human?
If you have been to my blog in the past, you might have seen me write, "What goes around comes around." I don't know who said it originally, and I don't much care, I just know that my Dad said it quite a bit when I was growing up. I took it to mean that things go out of fashion for one … Read more about Working Out At Home
This quarantine has been stressful for many people. It is especially so for me for two reasons. The first is, I am self-employed, so, not working with my clients means I make no income. Secondly, because I am so used to working with people all day, every day. I am experiencing a people … Read more about How To Cope With Stress
I love family massage time. One of the nice things about having an outcall massage practice is working on families. Over the years I've learned a lot from working with families. Parenting is a big job. At times Parents can get overwhelmed with all the responsibilities of raising child. … Read more about Family Massage Time
Who amongst us doesn't resolve to lose weight, exercise more, earn more money and be a better friend, Mother, Father or Grandparent? Even if you no longer commit those resolutions to paper, somewhere in your head you have at least one of these goals swirling around in your head. How about making … Read more about Make Massage Part Of Your New Year’s Resolutions
Did your Mom tell you to "Sit up straight", to "Stand up, don't slouch" and make you walk with a book balanced on your head? … Read more about Why Posture Is Important
It's the beginning of November. Soon it will be Thanksgiving, then Christmas. The next couple of months are going to fly by. Before we know it, 2020 will be upon us and we will be wondering, where did 2019 go? I know that some of you have already started your Holiday Shopping. If you have … Read more about Give the Gift of Massage
I just read an article in Massage Magazine that I found to be very interesting. It was written by Amy Bradley Radford, L.M.T., B.C.T.M.B. I am going to use an excerpt from her article here so you can see what I am going to be writing about. Take a look: "Many years ago, a wise massage … Read more about Massage as a Healing Space?
Empathy and compassion have a significant place in the skills of a caregiver's tool kit. When you put yourself in the position of the vulnerable patient, it's easier to identify where you need to be cautious and prudent. … Read more about Hints For Care Giving Post Surgery
Some mornings I pop out of bed and I am ready to go. More often than not, lately, I don't sleep all the way through the night, so I have a little trouble getting going in the morning. … Read more about Getting Your Morning Started Right- Part Two
Have you ever noticed how certain smells and scents automatically evoke memories? For me, it is the cinnamon scents at Christmas that my grandmother always permeated the house with. She would have a steeping pot filled with cinnamon sticks in to make the entire house have the holiday smell. … Read more about The Power of Scent