Moderna, Round Two: How It Went (And What I’ll Do If I Need A Booster Shot Next Year)

~~~~~ Moderna, round two, did not go well for me.  As anyone who read my blog post about my first shot already knows, round one didn’t go well for me either.  It’s been a bit over two weeks since my last shot.  As promised, I’m here to share some details.  My goal?  I hope to … Continue reading Moderna, Round Two: How It Went (And What I’ll Do If I Need A Booster Shot Next Year)

Don’t Chop Vegetables When You’re Distracted (And What To Do If The Damage is Done)

~~~~~~ Distracted cooks get surprises.  Anyone whose fingers have had unexpected contact with a sharp kitchen knife knows this.  Are you cooking at home more than usual?  Maybe you have a fierce pair of scissors and you cut something unintentionally (like, for instance,  the webbing between your thumb and fingers).  Perhaps you’ve clipped yourself with … Continue reading Don’t Chop Vegetables When You’re Distracted (And What To Do If The Damage is Done)

Hair Loss And How To Grow It Back: Holistic Health Information And A Message Of Hope

~~~~~~ Do you wake up with hair on your pillow?  When you brush your hair or run your hands through it, are you left with horrifying chunks of hair dangling between your fingers?  Do you want your hair back once again? If so, keep reading to discover how a holistic approach may be able help … Continue reading Hair Loss And How To Grow It Back: Holistic Health Information And A Message Of Hope

Racism Is A Virus: (Some Thoughts On What You Can Do To Promote Intercultural Competence And Solidarity During A Pandemic)

~~~~~~ The dust does settle as we all reluctantly become more accustomed to the COVID19 pandemic with its shocks and aftershocks.  Some are handling it better than others, true.  No matter what, we are all doing our best.  And yet, the specter of racism and scapegoating casts a looming shadow over everyone’s attempts to manage … Continue reading Racism Is A Virus: (Some Thoughts On What You Can Do To Promote Intercultural Competence And Solidarity During A Pandemic)

Holistic Healthcare: What To Do To Get The Most Out Of Your Acupuncture Treatment

~~~~~ If you’ve never tried acupuncture (or even if you have and had a great experience), did you know that there are ways to make the most of your treatment?  Holistic healthcare plans are generally not passive constructs; if you take a bit of initiative too, then your results will be that much more tangible … Continue reading Holistic Healthcare: What To Do To Get The Most Out Of Your Acupuncture Treatment

Referrals: On Finding, Creating, and Nourishing Meaningful Networks (And Why You, The Patient or Client, Should Care About This Subject)

~~~~~ In theory, the process of putting together the perfect lineup of healthcare practitioners could actually flow just the way you set up your Pinterest boards. Sure, you wade through some duds and, yes, there are going to be days where you lose the entire afternoon searching for just the right pin to add to … Continue reading Referrals: On Finding, Creating, and Nourishing Meaningful Networks (And Why You, The Patient or Client, Should Care About This Subject)