This is a Letter to the Editor of the Kansas City Star that I wrote.
In her book, Without Regrets, Helen Emmott, a nurse ethicist, has systematically examined professional and personal issues that can arise during the end of life journey. It was difficult to read about the subject of dying, but she provides information that can make the journey easier for the person who is approaching death as well as for the caregivers. I am adamant about getting my affairs in order, and I’ll take help wherever I can get it.
This is the third part in a blog series about hair and skin care: Hair and Skin Care Tips from Around the World and The 4 Parts of Vibrant, Healthy Skin Care.
Lackluster hair can be an indicator of stress, lack of sleep, and poor self-care habits.
(This is a continuation of an earlier blog post: Hair and Skin Care Tips from Around the World.)
Skin care is made up of four parts: cleansing, moisturizing, protecting, and decorating.
Having lived in Japan for several years while in my 20s, 0ne of my areas of expertise is mindfulness. Recently I was interviewed by a reporter from a local radio station, 98.1 KMBZ, on a story about Stress in America.