If you are going to take any kind of risk, make sure that you have looked at all the angles!
Joe Sartore’s Photo Ark of extinct or near extinct species on this planet is moving, inspiring, tearful, shameful, eye-opening, jaw-dropping, and purely beautiful.
I recently attended a funeral of a dear friend’s father’s
Let’s stop worrying about the parts of our lives that we can’t possibly change.
Today, the newest James Bond blockbuster, SPECTRE, is released in
It has always been my intention to provide the readers, both Parkinson’s disease related and not, a thought, a picture, or a story that might inspire or spark conversation.
I was going through my files of paperwork and came across years of documents that I considered to be motivational, inspirational, and truly worth being read and reread.
Yesterday, I had the honor and privilege of testifying in
This is a gentle reminder to all the selfless caregivers,
Animals have healing properties all of their own. Look deep into these amazing and loving eyes and you can sense the intense power.
I have strategies to counteract Parkinson’s disease, but like most of us, I falter and forget to use them. I am exploring a 10 minute a day mind and body exercise program…
There is no question that Parkinson’s disease can be a tremendous struggle, filled with changes and developments. My theory is that when we ‘wage war, go to battle, or fight’, we highlight stress, violence, and turmoil.
Nutrition in general is a vital component to our daily health and to someone with Parkinson’s, diet is even more crucial. Staying hydrated and eating the right fruits and vegetables will keep your digestion active to help avoid constipation.
If you read my blog, I am a positive person but I see far too many friends disappearing from our community. As these voices go silent, it becomes easier for them to go missing.
Keeping focus and staying mindful is a daily challenge for
Whether you have Parkinson’s disease or not in your life, I have discovered one important constant that makes a difference.
It has occurred to me that there are so many
It will take change to make a difference in our own care. We can’t rely totally on Western medicine. You only see your neurologist a few times a year.
Parkinson’s disease has taught me so much about living! It has brought me a perspective, a purpose, and a focus!
Getting your point across is what we all strive to
Dealing with any illness, whether it is Parkinson’s or not, is not an easy task!
I am so honored to be recognized with so many
Consider this for your search for health and wellness:
Laughter, giggles, chuckles, guffaws, and smiles are powerful tools for
Those of us living with the illness as well as our care partners, caregivers, and close relatives, are all well aware of the physical, the mental, and the spiritual toll that Parkinson’s can take.
April has been declared to be Parkinson’s Awareness Month. So, I pose this question to you—what does that mean?
Monday mornings can be exciting or drudgery, depending upon your
Parkinson’s disease has given me many gifts, lessons, and opportunities. I am forever thankful for the amazing people that I have met and developed friendships with over the past 20+ years.