Posted in MEDICINAL | MEDICAL, VIDEO

FACE TAPPING

Trying face tapping only once convinced me of its value. Although I’m a big user of extra virgin olive oil, the extra virgin coconut cold pressed oil works best when massaging the skin. It glides easier and smoother and leaves you with a moist rather than oily look when done.






 

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Posted in VIDEO

Habit-Breaker Technique

I tried it; I do it every day now, sometimes several times while working long hours on the computer or when watching television.

Use it as a habit-breaker: Instead of reaching for a cigarette, jumping up to visit the refrigerator for the umpteenth time, pouring a glass of wine or beer that you really don’t want, but it’s there and you have the need to do something, anything, reach for the hairbrush and do yourself a favor.

Any size hairbrush will do. The tapping should produce a hollow sound. He’s right, don’t tap so hard that it makes you dizzy. Soft taps and then the same with the brushing back and forth.

I take it a step further and simply brush my whole head as a relaxer and an energizer after I do the Dr. Mandell Hairbrush Maneuver. It’s actually a scalp-brushing I’m doing. The hair is irrelevant, but it might do something good for the hair follicles.

If you don’t have any hair buy a soft bristle brush. You can use your fingers, but as a habit-breaker technique, it’s better to be holding something in your hand.






 

Posted in BEVERAGES, VIDEO

Sharon’s Homemade Carbonated Energy Drink

Instructions for Sharon’s Doctored Water:

16 oz. glass

1/2 t. baking soda

1/2 t. malic acid

1/4 t. taurine powder

filtered water

Place baking soda, malic acid and taurine powder in bottom of glass.

Fill with chilled filtered water and watch the bubbles. Stir if you like.

Now, enjoy a healthy naturally carbonated energy boosting beverage. Cheers!






 

Posted in TIPS OR NOT, VIDEO

Listen While You Work

OPEN EAR

TIP > I like to watch videos, as I’m sure most of us do, otherwise there wouldn’t be a zillion of them produced on You Tube and other venues.

However, watching is time-consuming, so I go for the short clips. But with the talking videos it isn’t necessary to watch – generally speaking – so I open a window to the selected video, turn it on, then open another window and do some other work as I listen. Sure, I won’t hear it all, but when something catches my ear, all I do is click to the video window and pause, then go back and re-listen to what peaked my interest.

New Term: LISTENING VIDEOS is what I call them.