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Things That Irritate Me

I posted this quote on the Spark Wellness Facebook page last week. Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves. – Carl Gustav Jung And it’s gotten me thinking about my own experience of being treated homeopathically. I’ve been seeing a homeopath myself for over ten years.  In the…

Ode To My Husband

I realize that this is not actually an ode – which is more of a poem, but it makes for a very good title. In light of Sunday being Valentine’s Day, I’ve taken some time to reflect on relationships and marriage – mine in particular. Paul and I met about 15 years ago. I was…

Words

I feel like I am completely inundated by words. Words surround me every waking moment of my day. I have gotten into the unfortunate habit of checking my phone for e-mail, text messages and Facebook updates the moment I wake up. So I begin my day with words. I look on Facebook and see endless,…

A Homeo-what?

Yes, I’m a homeopath (hoh-mee-o-path). And nope, it doesn’t have anything to do with herbs. In truth, the little bit I know about herbs is that they sometimes taste good in tea. Nope, I don’t give supplements and I won’t give instructions on how to clean up your diet. In short, I’m a homeopath and…

An Invitation

And then there was my house.  For those who have known me for more than 3-4 years, you know that there is something special about my house.  I don’t often talk about my personal life with my clients, but my house is an aspect of my life that has been very public – by design. My…

Care for You – Mom and Dad

My first attempt at this blog post was about kids going back to school – the whys and hows of health care as the season changes and how important it is to check in with your health care provider now.  Then I realized that around this Back to School time, every ounce of your energy…

Reap What You Sow

Another summer comes to a close this weekend and at the same time, we are in the midst of the full bounty of the summer harvest.  Thankfully for us, farmers and backyard gardeners had the forethought last spring to place their tiny seeds carefully into the starter trays, graciously waiting for the sun’s rays to…