Do Dogs and Pets Play a Part in Spreading Covid19

A New Home: A New Start in Greensboro, North Carolina

It took a while but finally I am licensed in North Carolina to practice acupuncture. Yes, I know, my website needs updating and I am getting there but first and foremost: feeling my sea legs, taking in the new environment,…

Even if we have a home, we’re all looking to feel at home in this world

I came across this poem today to share. No matter what a person’s malady, we all crave feeling at home in the world. A large part of our problem is homesickness and at no time in the last decades have…

Moving: Why You Might Experience Insomnia

Rather than reinvent the wheel, here’s a link that talk about the stress of moving. We’ve been in a new state/house for five weeks now and we’ve done a lot. Just finding the right people to help with repairs and…

Antibiotics: Take at Your Own Risk

If you absolutely MUST take an antibiotic, make sure you take probiotics as antibiotics kill not only the bad bacteria, but the ones that keep your digestion in check. It’s not unusual during or after a course or two of…

How to Drain Your Own Lymphatic System

Our lymph system is like a slow lazy river that moves the sludge from our system out through the kidneys. If you are experiencing any type of chronic swelling, chances are your lymph is not moving properly. I like this…

Hypothyroid? Trouble sleeping?

Check out Forefront Health. More people need to know the scoop. Share with your doctor who needs this information (if they’ll listen is another story).

We have moved to Greensboro, North Carolina

Today is the day the North Carolina Acupuncture Board will be looking over my transcripts. In the midst of packing up all our belongings in Maryland, I managed to submit all the material North Carolina requires. I have started to…

A Happy Surprise While Unpacking Boxes in Greensboro, North Carolina

Dear Alexis, Congratulations! Your poem “Empty Souls” has been selected as a finalist for the 2020 Rattle Poetry Prize. The award is $500 and publication in this winter’s issue of Rattle. The poem is also eligible for the Readers’ Choice…