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When We Have Trouble Forgiving

All of us know what it is to feel emotionally wounded by another. The deepest wounds tend to be inflicted by those we are closest to.

If you ever find yourself wanting to forgive someone who has badly hurt you but you just can't find a way to transcend your pain in a meaningful and lasting way, you might try shifting your focus to things you wish to be forgiven for. Read more about When We Have Trouble Forgiving

 

How to Make Perfectly Steamed Rice - Korean and Japanese Style

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How to Make Your Own Strep Throat, Cold and Flu Tonic

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In experimenting with a number of tonics over the years, I've whittled my favourites down to a simple concoction of six ingredients that are highly effective in offering protection against strep throat, colds and flu.

Here's what you need to make this simple and highly effective sore throat, cold, and flu tonic: Read more about How to Make Your Own Strep Throat, Cold and Flu Tonic

 

Backpack Recipes with Babish - Fluffy Pancakes and Asian Dumplings

On most weekends, I tend to make French toast or pancakes for the family, and over time, I've found that I can make fluffy pancakes by gently folding in egg whites and being careful not to over-mix - Babish demonstrates this in his usual brilliant fashion. The recipe I use is about the same as what's shown in this video, only I use unsweetened almond milk instead of buttermilk. Read more about Backpack Recipes with Babish - Fluffy Pancakes and Asian Dumplings

 

Protect Your Back By Lengthening Your Hamstrings

Short hamstrings and even short calves can contribute to intermittent back pain and stiffness, as a shortened posterior chain creates a constant downward pull on the pelvis, predisposing the tissues that surround the spine to sprains and strains.

With most of us sitting for many hours each day with our posterior chain contracted, it's highly worthwhile to stretch the hamstrings and calves on a daily basis. Read more about Protect Your Back By Lengthening Your Hamstrings

 

Children Don't Do As You Say - They Do As You Do

Many thanks to Jay Shetty for this powerful message. If you wish to skip directly to Jay's passage, it begins just after the 2-minute mark. Read more about Children Don't Do As You Say - They Do As You Do

 

For Foot Pain and Stiffness

In sharing a recent post on what to do for stiff hands, several readers asked for suggestions for foot pain and stiffness. I shared a short video on foot and toe exercises last week, which is re-posted below. Also embedded below is a video that demonstrates how another person can mobilize your feet. I hope these resources are helpful. Read more about For Foot Pain and Stiffness

 

Coconut Almond Butter Cookies

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Ingredients:

The quantities listed below make about 12 to 16 small to medium size cookies. Read more about Coconut Almond Butter Cookies

 

How to Dissolve Trigger Points Through Your Upper Back, Shoulders, and Neck

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When looking to diminish knots or areas of hypertonicity in any muscle group, it can be highly effective to actively move an underlying joint through its natural range of motion while apply steady pressure to the muscle belly that is tight. Read more about How to Dissolve Trigger Points Through Your Upper Back, Shoulders, and Neck

 

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