Do you have family or cultural traditions that dictate what to do and not do on various holidays or days of observance? The 3 tips below are popular in China for the Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, on Feb 12, 2021. Most traditions are clustered around good luck, prosperity, and good […]
I choose to be vaccinated against Covid-19
I just received my first dose of the SARS Covid-19 vaccine… and that puts me on “Team Moderna.” I believe the best medicine is what is appropriate under the circumstances. For me in this pandemic, the best medicine is to be vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus. I went to Dodger Stadium (along with thousands of […]
Out with Demons! In with Happiness! Today is Setsubun!
Throw beans at the Demon, banishing him outside! Welcome happiness in for the coming year! Oni Wa Soto! Fuku Wa Ichi! Japanese Bean Tossing Day is typically celebrated between Feb 2 – 4 (depending on the lunar calendar) and heralds the coming of Spring. It typically falls on Feb 3rd, but in 2021, it is […]
How comfortable are your patients in your treatment room?
If you see patients or clients in person, you want them to feel welcome, and safe in your professional environment, and to be their authentic selves while with you. I have a short course that will help you create a warm and inviting experience. This post addresses your physical space, and also your head space […]
Your Winter Water Mind
The pandemic may give you the nudge – or imperative- to scale back your normal holiday activities and take advantage of a quieter-than-normal holiday season. Here’s why you should go with that flow this year. Most importantly, it may keep you safe and help you avoid getting (or spreading) the Covid-19 virus. It may also help […]
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