Natural Solutions for Allergies

Purpose Without Hate and Hurt

by Teresa Smith on March 17, 2014

Many times people find their passion or purpose in life, due to a painful or hurtful event. I was just telling a couple of ladies yesterday morning about my life when I was younger. I remember being in and out of doctor offices and hospitals. Always wondering why I was having panic attacks and feeling [...]


Power in Prayer

by Teresa Smith on September 16, 2013

It’s been a beautiful weekend here. Crisp cool mornings and warm sunny days. It’s my kind of weather. I’m hoping these temps and beautiful blue skies will hang around for a while. Well, let’s be honest… I’d like them to hang around for at least a couple of months or more, like maybe until Thanksgiving?  [...]


Sending Mixed Signals

by Teresa Smith on April 8, 2013

Do you ever wonder if you’re sending your body mixed signals? I’ve worked with several clients who’ve had many allergies, sensitivities, ailments, and even cancer. One similarity that comes up frequently is possible mixed signals the body has received over the years. We live our lives, listening to people in authority tell us what is [...]


Eliminate Seasonal Allergies and Enjoy Spring

by Teresa Smith on March 21, 2013

Yesterday was the first day of spring. I can’t help but love it when the time changes and trees start blooming. I know that my favorite time of year is almost here. Yes, there will still be a few cold days and cold nights, but warmer weather is on the way. I’m sure everyone has [...]


Choose Wisely

by Teresa Smith on January 14, 2013

This time of year, everyone is talking about diets. I’ve never gotten into dieting. When I was in my 30’s, I did watch the portions that I ate, but I never deprived myself of certain foods. The more I tried to resist something, the more I found I wanted it. I remember the first time [...]


I Was Shocked

by Teresa Smith on November 19, 2012

Wow, can you believe it. Thanksgiving is this coming Thursday. I’m still trying to grab every bit of sunshine and warm temps before heading into winter. Hopefully it will be a mild one. I was walking around the neighborhood this week taking pics of the last few fall leaves, and saw buds on a tree. [...]


It’s All OK

by Teresa Smith on October 1, 2012

The last week of September. October is knocking on our door. A few leaves are beginning to change. I do love this time of year, but I’m not fond of what always creeps in behind Fall. So many people I know are sneezing and complaining of dizziness and headaches. I remember those days, and not [...]


Shining Light

by Teresa Smith on June 4, 2012

I heard a fellow make a comment about a geode today. He was talking about how on the outside of the geode, it just looked like a rock, but on the inside it was beautiful. I’ll have to say that do own a geode or two, I have quite a bit of a stone collection. [...]


New and Improved

by Teresa Smith on February 20, 2012

Monday morning, a week ago, I woke up cold. It was unusual being cold. I’ve got a thermostat and it allows me to keep my house comfortable all year long. Not too cold, not too hot. I…was cold. I got up, stumbled to the thermostat and saw it was 61 degrees. It should have be [...]


Photos of Life

by Teresa Smith on December 19, 2011

For so many, the holidays bring on stress, sadness, frustration. I admit, at times I fall into this pattern during the holidays. I miss my parents. Christmas seemed more as Christmas should be when they were alive. I remember trying to find that special gift for mom and dad, something they would really like. Somehow [...]