Turquoise encourages inner healing through its ability to enhance empathy and caring. It heightens our intuitive abilities and opens the door to spiritual growth. It is the color of the evolved soul. It was how I pictured her energy empowering the room. Continue reading A Turquoise Farewell
If we live long enough, we all become old-timers, old, but not all of us will get Alzheimer’s’. Somewhere along the way, the natural process of aging or senility and this devastating illness have become synonymous with each other. Continue reading The Trouble with ALZ
What are little girls made of? Sugar, spice, and everything nice. Girls are expected to be sweet. “Nice guys finish last” is a way to tell a man to not be a loser. Niceness is somehow both what girls are fundamentally made of and what guys should strive not to be lest they fail. Continue reading Kindness over Niceness
Red stimulates the adrenal glands and generates feelings of energy or threat, depending on the intensity or amount. But, when used in conjunction with repetitive or detail-oriented tasks, it actually enhances performance. Red can be calming in a sunset, just as it can be exciting in a blooming geranium, or even glaring on a firetruck. It all depends on the context. The benefits of color-coordination on memory and emotion are fascinating! Continue reading How Do You See Color?