making sacrifices

Making sacrifices for the betterment of our world is our human duty – the pleas to #stayathome say it all. We’re in this together and we need to accept it. Our civic duty is not to be called to war, but to spend time at home, with our families. It’s the simplest act of self-sacrifice…

Read More
detours

The road less traveled. The path we least expect. A new adventure….. So many sayings for what a divergence from a linear path or assumed plan really means. Yet – we often don’t give options their full due diligence until we need to. Why do we get comfortable with status quo? Is it easier? Simpler?…

Read More
caring for our elders

The pictures on social media are heartbreaking to all of us right now – the elderly grandparents who can’t see their new grandbabies, sequestered to their facilities with no visitors. But honestly, what were we all doing before this to show that we care about our aging population?? Now is our reminder to take a…

Read More
mantra for immunity

Repeat after me… Mantras, affirmations, whatever you may call these sayings, they are indeed powerful! As I mentioned in a previous post on mindset, the body follows where the mind leads. These uncertain times provide a great opportunity for us to remember this. And to consider adopting a simple way to remember this specific mantra…

Read More
just-breathe

Let’s face it, COVID is putting a magnifying class on lung health and overall immunity. This is ironically right up my alley, as I’ve been addressing both for the last 8+ months. And with much success. A few, easy and simple tips below to help you address mind, body and spirit healing during these unpredictable…

Read More
trust your gut

A dear friend recently shared this brave story with me and encouraged me to share this with you all as well, in hopes that it would reach the next recipient that needed to hear this divine message. We all know what’s best for our health and your voice is the loudest advocate you can have.…

Read More
new healthy habits

GUEST BLOGGER: Eve Emerson As Jill’s parents, the diagnosis of Stage IV lung cancer to our beautiful, vibrant and healthy young daughter was nothing less than a gut punch, devastating, and heartbreaking news – there are no words to adequately describe the feeling.  As time progressed, we all learned a lot about this disease in…

Read More
My LUNGEVITY story

Read my full story below, in my own words, as featured on LUNGEVITY in January 2020.  I was 37. I was healthy, exercised daily, ate well, and had never smoked a cigarette in my life. Yet on August 17th, 2019, I received the news that changed my life forever. A tumor. A mass. Cancer. In…

Read More
i-am-human

You’ve heard me mention #mindset and staying focused on what you can control, aka your thoughts. But let me tell you, there are some days where it seems I’m more inclined to “practice what I preach” than others – little life tests, tiny struggles, that all come crashing in at once. Monday was one of…

Read More
meditation

No doubt, the benefits of meditation are endless – reduce stress, control anxiety, positive emotional health, love and appreciation, alleviate blood pressure/pain/disease – I could go on! What I have learned recently is that understanding what meditation is, what it means to you and what personal impact it will have on your life, is a…

Read More