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The Death of Art

Art is necessary. It is not a luxury. Look around you. How many things have color or pattern? Watch TV – how many times do you see ads with fancy signs and logos, or TV shows with fancy effects and Read more…


Spiritual Retreat

There’s a reason why such journeys are called a “retreat”. It’s because one retreats from the real world, to find a connection with the soul. I undertook such a journey when I went to Virginia for a month. I didn’t Read more…


Essential Oil Tips: Stomach Spasms

Introduction Many of you know that I’ve been having a lot of trouble with stomach spasms in my sleep lately. I have no idea why they’re only happening during my sleep cycle, but there it is. Whenever I lay down Read more…


The Importance of Sleep

Let me tell you a story about sleep. A few years ago, when I was still trying to force myself to everyone else’s schedule, I was a real wreck. Shaking all the time. Nauseous and ill every waking moment. In Read more…


The Hidden Face of Fibromyalgia

I would love to know what makes me so heat sensitive. I went to a picnic today. It was in a park. Under a pavilion. It was somewhere in between 70 and 80, with a nice cool breeze, and very Read more…


Tangles Closing, Focus on Jewelry and Fine Art Moving to Netjera.com

Lots going on at the homestead recently! I’ve got jewelry in two different locations, I’ve been showing artwork every month at local shows, and I just won Second Place in Show at the most recent! I’ve been asked to submit Read more…


Gratitude

On this day of Thanksgiving, I’m thinking about gratitude. Fibromyalgia causes a host of problems both seen and unseen, and my health is often an issue. Many people don’t realize how very grateful I am, however. I have many, many Read more…


Butter Makes Your Pants Fall Off, Butter Bob, Dr. Ken Berry, and a Ketogenic Lifestyle

A History of Obesity I’m fat. There’s no going around it sideways. I’ve known it for a while. To be truthful, I’ve been fat for longer than I’ve been thin. I was born in the 60s, and hit puberty in Read more…


How Do You Get a Dream?

That’s a question I’m pondering a lot lately. I’m watching the Olympics, and the athletes are SO incredible. They bring dreams to life. They have drive. Fortitude. Passion. They bring beauty and hope to the screen. It’s made me realize: Read more…