It’s been a minute and here we are in 2023. I hope all had a safe and happy holiday season.
You know in life it’s the little things like the below I found in a coffee shop. It’s cute, clips on a visor, and is a reminder that Angels are By My Side. At this point in time in my life as I move forward onto a new adventure it was a good sign to see and one that I needed.
My Angels, always keep the faith and take care of you! You are number one in this life and then everyone else. Trust me, I have had to learn that the hard way.
Women & Men (you heard me – men get BC too)… Honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast Exam… learn the right way
Who Should Have a Mammogram? The American College of Radiology and Society of Breast Imaging recommend:
Women 40 and older should have mammograms every year. Women who are younger than 40 and have risk factors for breast cancer should ask their health care provider whether mammograms are advisable and how often to have them Mammograms Before Age 35 Mammograms before age 35 require a physician’s order. If you are concerned and would like a mammogram, talk with your primary care physician.
If You Notice a Breast Lump or Change. If you find a lump or something that worries you, schedule an appointment with your doctor, but don’t panic — eight out of ten lumps are not cancer. Your physician can write an order to schedule your diagnostic mammogram.
Female patient with radiology tech mammogram Schedule a Mammogram. Women 40 and older should have mammograms every year. Schedule yours now.
I saw this post this weekend via email through https://www.theminimalists.com/3030rule/ and had to share. The below is a great way in which to process the need of impulse buying and maintain a minimalist lifestyle. Having too much stresses me out so the idea below of a 30/30 Rule sounds pretty awesome. With this I trust in the Guidance of my Angels. We do not always need the fancy nick knacks, fancy gadgets, the pretty jewelry, etc… At the end of the day, it’s just stuff that you cannot take with you. But life and adventures stay with you forever and provide you with more peace and fulfillment than any physical item can.
“To stave off impulse, I created a rule that helps me avoid unnecessary purchases.
If something I want costs more than $30, I ask myself whether I can get by without it for the next 30 hours. Hence, “the 30/30 Rule.” (If it’s $100 or more, I tend to wait 30 days.)
This extra time helps me assess whether or not this new thing will add value to my life. Often, after deliberating, I recognize my life will be better without the new widget, so I forgo the purchase.
If I do acquire the new item, though, I feel better about the acquisition because I brought it into my life with intention, not in the impulse of the moment.”
Thank you to the Minimalist’s for sharing this post. It will be a huge help to others and myself.
“If you’re unsure whether you have successfully called upon an angel, try tuning out your senses and feel (sp) with your heart. If you are receptive to it, there is a chance that you will feel your companion angels as warmth. If you wish, you can refer to the angels you call upon as guides or protectors. However you refer to angels, practice being aware of them and remember that if you ask for one, there will always be a divine presence watching over you.”
Zadkiel can help you forgive yourself and others, or to compassionately see everyone else’s point of view. You need not change your stance or behavior. It means approaching each situation with a loving heart, which empowers you and allows creative solutions to come forth.
Archangel Zadkiel’s name means “Righteousness of God” and he helps us release unforgiveness toward ourselves and others.