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Feb 12 Published in Unique Food, stuff we like, stuff we all need, really good food, Mental Health, Local Business, healthy chocolate, Health, Gourmet Food, Foodie, business opportunity, antioxidant by O Chocolate | Comment (0)
Many of my Healthy chocolate blog articles have focused on the link between vascular health and antioxidant levels. Two of the most potent antioxidants are epicatechins and catechins.
May 27 Published in television, Songs, Russian, music video, music, Mental Health, Jokes, inspiration, Holidays, Hobbies, Health Care, happy time, Free, folk music, Extraordinary Sights by Polar Star | Comment (0)
Aug 09 Published in weight loss, Unique Food, stuff we like, Mental Health, Local Business, isnt it obvious, healthy chocolate, Health Care, Gourmet Food, Foodie, Extraordinary sites, Employment, California Economics, business opportunity by O Chocolate | Comment (0)
Santa Cruz seniors with high blood pressure should be aware that hypertension may contribute to diminishing mental function in California elderly.
"A number of vegetable-based foods—among them tea, purple grapes, cranberries, as well as cocoa—are rich in antioxidants. But chocolate has its own unique profile of
Apr 21 Published in weight loss, Unique Food, stuff we like, Mental Health, healthy chocolate, Health Care, Gourmet Food, Foodie by O Chocolate | Comment (0)
There is something special about savoring a steamy cup of cocoa here in Santa Cruz. For centuries, Europeans have enjoyed afternoon tea, a ritual that allowed them to relax and spend a few minutes with a friend or family member. You can begin your own tradition of taking a daily 'hot cocoa' break, a time when you slow down and recharge your batteries.
Nov 23 Published in work in progress, More Musings, Mental Health, Love by Jenny Davidow | Comment (2)
When your marriage has ended painfully, the last thing you want is to go back there over and over again in your dreams.Is it some cruel trick, after your divorce, to find yourself revisiting scenes from your marriage for ten, twenty, or even thirty years? What purpose could this recurring dream serve?
Many women who still dream of their ex wonder
Jun 28 Published in writing, tsunami, paradox, Mental Health, Little Stories, feminism, Epic things, Coaching, Books, Authors in town by Jenny Davidow | Comment (0)
Tidal Wave Dreams
by Jenny Davidow
Recurring nightmares can change.
They want to change.
Suppose there's a huge tidal wave coming toward you. The moving wall of water is
Jul 21 Published in Technology, Productivity, Personal Development, Mental Health, Little Stories, Life Coach, Internet, Geekery, Games, Drug Policy by fishodarryl | Comment (0)
My deepest, most concealed, most radical secret these days is that I am, in fact, addicted to The Sims 3. Believe me, I know it's not the hardest drug or the most self-destructive personal pursuit, but it is certainly worthy of mild concern. See, I never thought I'd be able to relate to the tech articles of yesteryear, or my mother for that matter, who can
Apr 26 Published in Mental Health, Live Music by Wordsmith | Comment (1)
The TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder) which I wrote about in previous posts is getting better. My jaw is more aligned, my teeth are straighter, and my bite is more even than it's been in years. I'm also getting out of my apartment a little more often these days.
I'm not out of the woods completely however. Loud noises still grate on me
Feb 04 Published in Tarot, Reflections, Mental Health, Acupuncture Herbal Therapy by RamblingRose | Comment (2)
My mother is Swedish & I grew up reading all of Tove Jansson's Moomin troll books. According to the Wikipedia: "They are a family of trolls who are white, round and furry in appearance, with large snouts... The carefree and adventurous family live in their house in Moominvalley, in the forests of Finland... They have many adventures along with their
Jan 11 Published in stuff we like, stuff we all need, Santa Cruz, Reflections, Personal Development, Observations, Mental Health, Meditation, Life Coach, Health, Consulting, Astrology by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Tap into the celestial tides to enhance your souls journey on your chosen life path. Let this be the gift of usable energy in any way that is beneficial to you now. Take in any information that resonates with your current situation, and simply disregard the rest. Blessed Be.
Dec 02 Published in Tarot, Mental Health, Little Stories, Health, Astrology, Acupuncture Herbal Therapy by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
For almost two months now, I have been struggling for my health. Specifically, I've been struggling to get a breath. Ever since my birthday, when I was dealt a double emotional wallop, I have been doing everything in my power to regain my balance.
Every muscle hurts, as every cell feels starved for oxygen, and a deep depression has
Oct 12 Published in Mental Health by Wordsmith | Comment (0)
In an earlier post I wrote about Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ) and how it affects me, especially the disorientation and heightened sensitivity to loud noises which has caused me to stay indoors these last two to three months. But last Friday, I went to Aqua Bleu after work to meet up with my friend and former coworker, Dave, and after we had