To be a leader, woman or man, they must believe in their own ability to reach this potential and that is to believe in themselves…this is the power of self-awareness.
Through your own self-awareness you will find the leader within!
The ancient healing art of aromatherapy involves treating specific conditions by placing 2 to 4 drops of essential oil blends on a tissue and inhaling 10 deep, slow breaths. Scientific evidence has shown the benefits of aromatherapy for our well being.
There are 3 essential oils you can consider if you want to:
Release Tension - PeppermintApplying one drop of peppermint oil to the back of the neck helps relax the muscles, relieve pain, and revive.
Relax and Improve Sleep - Lavender Apply 3 drops of lavender oil on a tissue and place it on your pillow before bed. Once in bed, reapply and deeply inhale 10 times.
Ease Stress - VetiverDeeply inhale 1 drop from a tissue whenever you feel anxious or stressed. When flying, rub the aromatic tissue on your wrists and neck to feel surrounded by comfort. Make aromatherapy part of your healing and wellness routine and take a deep breath of relief!
Yesterday more than 300,000 people came together to urge world leaders to take action against global climate change. Attendees included New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Al Gore, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Dr. Jane Goodall, Sting, Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Evangeline Lilly and Edward Norton. The NYC People’s Climate Change March was the largest climate change protest in five years.
Similar marches and events were also held in other major cities around the world, to help bring attention to global warming before the U.N. summit schedule for Tuesday. President Obama and other world leaders from government, finance and business will be at the U.N. to announce initiatives meant to move the world toward limiting global warming.
We all need to be aware of issues that affect our environment, and what we can do to help save our planet. Together we can make a difference! Please share your thoughts and ideas, from your life or within your community, that can help make a difference!
Celebrate Italian Style!
Mmmmm…it’s the 88th Annual Feast of San Gennaro! Little Italy was alive with the opening of their annual cultural feast celebrating the Patron Saint of Naples, San Gennaro. This 11-day feast represents a festive period of faith and redemption, a time for remembrance and reconciliation, and a time for celebration.
San Gennaro FoodThe streets were filled with crowds seeking an Italian cultural experience…the best sights, sounds, aromas that Little Italy has to offer! It was a melting pot of Old World Italian traditions with a modern Italian-American flare. My personal favorites were the thin crust brick oven pizza, Ferrara’s chocolate cannoli, and the fried zeppoli…Delicious!!!
This weekend make sure to take a trip to Little Italy and celebrate! The feast ends September 21, 2014.