Basil is delicious. It's great in pasta, chicken, and of course who doesn't like pesto? But I bet you didn't know that basil is a super awesome medicinal herb, did you?
12:00 AM February 29, 2016
I would like to share my personal journal from a few years ago, of the feelings and thoughts I had when I was a caretaker for my grandfather. My job was simple and clear: Make him comfortable until he dies. I hope you enjoy the first entry.
We've all been there. Late going to lunch, or perhaps you spaced out and left your food on the counter before going to work. Possibly you were running late and didn't have time to grab something as you rushed out the door. While running your errands you start to feel famished and need something fast. But you have a couple of problems; you are on a diet - a keto diet. And most keto items are pricey. Because for some reason, eating healthy costs more than an arm and a leg in today's corporate America. Not to mention, where the heck can you find a healthy, fast food joint that isn't going to cost you over five to ten dollars for a simple meal?
So you realized you were being abused, and you did what you had to do: You left. Now what? You're lost, hurting, you miss your partner, you're doubting your decisions, and you feel as if you are falling apart at the seams. For some people, leaving the abusive partner is not always that breath of fresh air or the feeling of relief. And many people do not and will not ever understand that. In this article, I am going to give you the "Do's and Don'ts" of healing, and tell you just a little bit of my own story.