Quitting Freelance Medical Writing and Other Updates!
Hello everyone! It's been ages since I've given you all updates on what I'm doing. First, thing's first, I have decided to quit freelance medical writing for good. I am no longer accepting anymore clients to write medical content for but still will be writing for my long-term clients however. Although I have enjoyed being a medical writer for seven years and made connections with awesome clients, I've felt that it was time for me to make room for better opportunities for personal growth and my career. This wasn't an easy decision to make. I was thinking about walking away after the holidays, but since I have been richly busy in other areas of my career, I thought it was time to let medical writing go now. I wouldn't necessarily say I am quitting, but making more room to advance and be in the career I want and enjoy so I had to let medical writing go.
Currently, I'm still going to be writing informative blog post that are naturopathic-related and on topics helpful for writers and small businesses from time to time. Keep an eye out for the launch of my new ebook, "A No-Nonsense Writing and Entrepreneurship Guide I Wish Existed Before I Started". In a nutshell when it comes to writing, I am going to show some TLC for my blog and only write for my long-term client.
For the past year, I have been formulating hair and skin care, natural, and supplement products for clients. I've enjoyed it so much I have decided to open my business for this opportunity. In addition, my telemedicine business is booming and I am making a huge difference in the lives of my patients across the globe. I am utilizing most of my time catering to my telemedicine and formulations business, while writing helpful blog posts. In addition to making more room for my telemedicine business, I have stopped medical writing consultations. One more thing, it's been a YEAR since I've enrolled in the PhD program! Yay! More exciting updates to come! :)
Yoga Nidra, the concept, is adopted from the ancient science of Tantra. It is a powerful practice for achieving deep relaxation while being conscious and aware. Nidra as a word stands for sleep, but the application here is totally different from what we generally understand sleep as. To understand this we need to log onto some basic insight into the different states of consciousness as explained in the yogic system.
There are three states in which our consciousness keep oscillating at regular intervals, through the agency of mind. These intervals are predetermined most of the times which is referred as the Bio Rhythms.
Jaagrut awastha or normal wakeful state (conscious): This is outer most
People often experience back pain in different ways. Some people may just have stiffness in their back, while other people will have stabbing pain. Back pain isn’t pleasant, but these tips will get you feeling better sooner.
Your mattress can make all the difference when you are dealing with back pain. The average person spends nearly a third of each day in bed. Unfortunately, you day will include unnecessary back pain if your mattress fails to adequately support your back. Use a medium-firm mattress and proper supporting pillows for the neck.
If you can afford it, one of the best methods to get rid of back pain is to actually seek professional physical therapy. Even if your local hospi
While working in acquired brain injury rehabilitation, I would use deep breathing techniques with my clients as a way to reduce stress and help them cope with physical pain. It hadn’t occurred to me that this was a form of meditation and that mediation starts with the breath.
Now that we’ve been using the So Hum meditation from 6 Ways Deep Breathing Helps You, I wanted to share another beneficial breathing technique. This is great for clearing mental fog or waking you from that afternoon slump. Before you can calm the mind you must control the breath. To help further your experience try Breathing for Clarity and Calming:
1. With the right hand, fold your index and middle finger and curl
Even though I live in a condominium I love growing my own herbs. There’s something satisfying about walking outside, picking something from the ground and using it in this evening's meal. It’s fresh, inexpensive and easy. Herbs add flavour to cooking and also have medicinal properties. Here are 5 Healing Herbs from the Backyard Garden or Balcony:
Chamomile This herb has been used as a tea to calm and soothe feelings of anxiety. When ingested, it aids in digestion and relaxes the muscles of the digestive tract, helping to relieve stomach upset. Externally it has been used to treat wounds and inflammation.Dill A member of the parsley family, the medicinal part of the plant is primarily
The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed - C.G. Jung. #holisticunited #connection #soulmates #inspiration #consciousness
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Dr. George Roth demonstrates how you can release one of the very common injury patterns that tends to affect many people. This injury involves injury to the lower leg - mainly the tibia.
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