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September 11, 2019

I know, I know. My bad. (I just wrist slapped myself so, THERE! We're even stevens....still friends??)

I know I keep saying that I'll be posting a little ditty about taking it easy and demonstrating the concept of "Yang Sheng" as a means of "keeping things balanced" in life and not letting life be all about too much action and no rest. Oh what a major hypo-critter I am as my summer has been all about the action-packed and uh...well, not so much about the "R an' R" aspect of life.

{Aside note: For all you acugeeks out there (YOU know who you are!!) who are curious, "Yang Sheng" is pretty much a way of life and living; where one "cultivates one's spirit" and "nourishes one's life" as a way to prevent disease (and all that nasty stuff that could kick your health out of kilter) and keep your body, mind and spirit healthy and, equally as important, responsive to all the things that life can throw at you.} 

So really, the point and purpose of this short little interim article is...

April 19, 2019

I am now officially LIVE on google!

It looks like my journey to getting my personal website project off the ground is locked, loaded and on! I didn't realize that I wasn't actually on google for the longest time (until now). My first domain name project on Wordpress didn't really take off because I didn't really have the magical skills for navigating it. So I decided to revisit Wix, where I got my first free website spit-and-polished put together at the end of 2017, and after doing a few rounds of mental, technical, financial and hair-pulling gymnastics, I secured an official Wix domain today and (I believe the term is) "optimized" my new website on google so I can be found more easily. 

For an introverted acupuncturist like myself, "getting found" was the last thing I'd instinctively want to do. 

But the SEO-CEO within that seems to be growing with each passing year roared to life and nudged me to do yet another thing that scares the beejeezuz out of m...

April 18, 2019

Spring winds usher in new changes!

For most acugeeks, you'd probably understand the nuances of the statement.

For those of you doing the Colbert eyebrow raise at me (you know the one), let me explain.

Springtime is usually associated with Wind (and the organ Liver, the colour Green, the element of Wood and the direction, East). It is a time of blossoming after a sleepy winter and the time when the woody stems of trees and plants start bursting forth with vigour and life as it is the start of a new year. 

And I may start digressing into a long post about the season of spring and all that it entails but spring is a busy time for most of us and I don't want to bog you down with too many academic details for now. There is too much sunshine happening out there and we want to be out there soaking it in! But if you're really dying to know more, this link (to acufinder.com) is a great place to do some reading on springtime TCM associations!

The point (yes, I am the official Queen of Bad...

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