Health & Wellness.
a sound mind and a tranquil spirit.
Enjoy the journey as you strive for wellness."
–Laurette Gagnon Beaulieu
Becoming a parent can be one of the most beautiful, exhilarating, confusing, and exhausting times of a person’s life. Along with the excitement, joy, and love come a thousand questions: “How much should my baby eat?”; “What should I expect from breastfeeding?”; “What is my baby experiencing today?”; and, perhaps the most common question, “Is this normal?”.
Neonatologist Frank Bowen, MD, has cared for thousands of infants in his career. In this in-depth guide, he takes new parents by the hand as he shares details of your baby’s first week, and describes what constitutes “normal” in three different areas: physical, behavioral, and feeding. Included with the guide are questions to help you reflect upon (and remember!) your worries, questions, and treasured moments during this special time in your life.
Imagine the taste of a stress-free lifestyle...
After medications proved unhelpful in treating her debilitating migraines and other stress-related illnesses, Bonnie Griffin began to search for an answer from the inside out. Fortunately, she discovered a remedy for stress in the form of "mini" meditations.
In this helpful and inspirational guide, Bonnie demonstrates how practicing six meditations per day allows us to conquer stress in the same way eating smaller meals more frequently promotes health.
Although morning meditation is a great place to start, it is simply not enough to sustain us throughout the day. In 6 Small Meditation Meals a Day, Bonnie offers a unique and fresh approach to meditation. She shares her personal methods for breaking your day into six easily-digestible segments, each with a unique focus.
Perhaps you’ve been searching for answers to life’s many universal questions. Or maybe you have a deeper knowing that there is more, that you are more, and that life can offer you more.
There is. You are. And it can.
Giving away our power creates suffering, and yet we all do it unknowingly. In this moving and transformative book, Jill guides you through a gentle exploration of yourself as you come to appreciate your unwavering inner power. She invites you to access your intrinsic knowing, bring it into your daily life, and find those answers once and for all.
Every parent wants to succeed at parenting—to do right by their kids. But too often the stress of the role takes over and parenting becomes a struggle.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the parenting advice out there?
Do you wish you had the answers?
What if you already do?
In this second book of the GoWith-IN series, parents have a chance to explore the parenting experience —and themselves—with a fresh perspective.
Jill takes you on an inner exploration to raise your awareness, increase your clarity, and bring ease to your parenting experience.
This little gem introduces you to yourself, as a parent, in a whole new way. The guidance and insight it provides will lead you to the confidence every parent wants, and the joy that goes along with it.
Are you ready to meet life in a more excited and open way? Would you like to embrace adventure and hug intimacy without being afraid?
Emotional mastery is within reach. It’s possible to be a beautiful mess, and be powerful and present at the same time. The power of breath brings courage, confidence, wisdom, creativity, peace . . . and much more.
Part memoir, part inspiration, part instruction, Breath LOVE can help you transform your life. Using her personal journey and teaching experiences, Lauren Chelec Cafritz will help you start your own breathwork journey––and bust past fear to manifest your dreams and desires. In a fun and engaging way, Lauren empowers you to boldly go to the deep places inside where true magic and transformation happen.
Change your breath. Change your mind. Change your life.
Do you or a loved one have "da suga?" Despite being one of the most common diseases, diabetes can be daunting, especially when you are still learning how to manage it. This easy guide breaks it all down-from an explanation of what causes diabetes to methods of diagnosis to treatments. Remember: You got da suga, da suga ainʼt got you.