Skin Care

We need ongoing replacement of Antioxidants in the skin as there are depleted from our skin when exposed to sunlight. Please check with your Spiritual Physician and Medical Physician before including these supplements within one’s regular nutrition. Vitamin A-This supplement is important for skin health. Tretinoin (Retin-A) reduces fine and large wrinkles, liver spots, and surface roughness. Tazarotene, retinoid, is … Read More

Exposure: Skin Disorder

No one sits around meditating about skin disorders. Regardless of one’s age, he or she can be at risk. Skin disorders (through sun exposure) occur in childhood and adolescence at a percentage between 50% and 80%. Let us make sure we are providing the proper amount of sunblock or sunscreen for self and our children. Senior citizens between the ages … Read More

Skin Aging

We know that the medical industry alerts us that over the age of 65 the chances of getting skin cancer increase. As we grow older in God’s grace, we know that our physical appearance will change in the course of the normal aging process; yet, we are still fearfully and wonderfully made in His image. We should be aware and … Read More

Skin Care: Dry Skin

This skin type is also called Xerosis. One need to maintain skin moisture to stay smooth and avoid dryness during cold season/temperatures. Throughout our daily activities we deal with central heating, bathing in the summer sun, lack of H2O intake, and food choices that lead to dry mouths. Also, simple bathing and towel drying can remove skin’s oily lipid layers … Read More

It Is Well

Take the time out, to relax and move forward in reassurance that it is well with your soul. Happy Friday If you are looking for some anointed inspirational songs, check out our music section and purchase some of our anointed music by our inspiration vocalist, Byron Weems. Buy Now MUSIC ™©

Homework

Who gets excited, when they hear the word “homework”? With learning opportunities comes the need to include homework within our daily agendas. This word can be a blessing, when we see it as a way to enhance our wholistic lifestyles, spirit, soul, and body. First, if we proclaim that we are followers of Christ, then homework is needed as a … Read More

Playtime

Children enjoy playtime and we as adult enjoy playtime (me-time/intimate time with love ones/social or recreational events). We must remember that playtime means just that. During this time, we must allow ourselves to “enjoy where we are on” and whom we are with “on the road to where we are going” as quoted by Joyce Meyer. During this playtime let … Read More

Lunch Box

We realize that we can eat nutritionist meals and snacks when we carry our meals to work or school. Well, at least that is our goal and plan to maintain wholistic lifestyles in the areas of: food care, energy and cash flow maintenance. The food preference we neatly pack our lunch boxes with (hopefully) balance meals: fruits, vegetables, grains, protein, … Read More

Back to School

The words “Back to School” reminds us that the end of summer is approaching. It notifies all students (from pre-schools, through elementary, middle and high schools, into undergraduates, graduates, internships and doctorate candidates) that education is an ongoing process which requires the students’ alertness, the professors’ patience and compassion for subjects taught. Returning to the world of education (if we … Read More