Reading Time: 2 minutes As the world grapples with how to contain the swift-moving virus, the guide also reminds readers to stay home and avoid contact with anyone outside of your direct household or “close circle.” If you do need to leave, try to stay 6 feet apart from other people. And remember, your safest sex partner is you.
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Reading Time: 11 minutes If you do the three things I’ve outlined here as though your life depends on it, then you don’t need to feel afraid. I know it sounds exhausting, but I promise you that you can do this. You just have to become consciously and constantly aware of your contact with things and people, at all times.
Reading Time: 2 minutes In life-as-art, our palette consists of the resources we have on hand …
the clothes and fragrances we choose to adorn ourselves with;
the food we choose to nourish ourselves with;
what we choose to live in,
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Reading Time: 4 minutes What you wear, read, drink, eat or bath in does not make you a Goddess Warrior or Spiritual Woman. It is that which lies within our hearts and souls that connects us to the Divine Mother. It is how inclusive we are, how caring and kind we are and generous with Unconditional Love that pulls us closer into the realm of Spirit.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Many families experience the feeling of constant busyness, but there are ways to save time around the house and lift some of those burdens. Consider these simple ways to rethink your dinner routine in an effort to create more moments with loved ones.
Reading Time: 3 minutes So that is to say – if you were good enough right now, could you enjoy what you have more? Could you be less interested in proving your value to others? What do you think you would lose if that were to happen? What does your mind fear it would lose if it let go of needing to be more, have accolades, to have approval?
Reading Time: 4 minutes When an infected person coughs or sneezes, they release droplets of saliva or mucus. These droplets can fall on people in the vicinity and can be either directly inhaled or picked up on the hands then transferred when someone touches their face, causing infection. For flu, some hospital guidelines define exposure as being within six feet of an infected person who sneezes or coughs for 10 minutes or longer.