Spring Song!

Cherry blossoms are a favorite this time of year. Filled with color and fresh fragrance they lift our spirits after a cold, often bleak, winter. Bird songs rise this time of year, too. Enjoy our Spring haiku titled, Spring Song. Related Posts:A BEST World Community Bouquet!Monday Motivation: March 21, 2022Flowers for All!Writing Haiku Is My Stress BusterHelp us build a spring bouquet!Earth Day Virtual Bouquet: From Your BEST Friends at Etopia!

Neurodragoneering! What The Heck Is That?

You’re sitting around the table with several friends and one begins to speak, “It’s dusk and the road is dusty and rutted. The town is another half day’s walk. Your pack is getting heavy and it begins to rain. As the rain continues you feel cold as the dampness of your rain-soaked clothes settles into your bones. Thunder rumbles in the distance and suddenly the sky lights up with a flash of lightning. You peer through the grey and shadowed trees just off the road as you scan the area for someplace to take shelter. You can’t see much, but…

The 5 BEST Foods For A Healthy Brain
A photo of healthy brain foods in a heart shaped bowl: blueberries, nuts, avocado, carrots, tomatoes, eggs, olive oil (in a small glass container), broccoli, peas, grains

The way we eat determines how healthy we are in the long run. When we’re young greasy, fast food stops several times a week may not have much impact, but the impact you don’t see in the moment will manifest itself later in life. There are many foods that support brain health, but I wanted to focus on the top five foods you can eat for a healthy brain: Fatty Fish: Fatty fish is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for brain health. Omega-3 fatty acids are critical for the formation of brain cell membranes and…

10 Self-Care Tips You Can Start NOW

Spring is here. Open the windows. Let the stale winter air out and the fresh air in. You can begin with these 10 easy self-care tips: Take a few deep breaths: This simple act can help you to feel calmer and more centered, especially during stressful moments. Go for a walk: Taking a break from your daily routine and getting some fresh air can help clear your mind and reduce stress. Listen to music: Listening to calming music can help you to relax and unwind, especially at the end of a long day. Take a hot bath or shower: Taking…

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