Kale Chips

Looking for an easy healthy snack that you can take on the go? Kale Chips are they perfect choice! 

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  • 1 bunch kale , stems removed, torn into bite-size pieces 
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt 

Preheat the oven to 350 F. Drizzle kale with olive oil and massage oil into kale. Spread out evenly on cookie sheet and sprinkle with sea salt. Place in oven for 10 minutes or until crispy. 

Everyone Needs a Little Lavender

With caregiving comes a lot of stress and anxiety. Even though caregiving can be rewarding it can also be challenging and health problems may arise. You have to remember to take care of yourself before taking care of others.

To help with stress some people turn to essential oils. This form of aromatherapy is a safe way to reduce stress and improve ones health and well-being. One of the most popular essential oils is Lavender. It is known for it's calming effects and pleasing scent. Lavender can relieve stress/anxiety & depression, improve sleep, alleviate skin conditions, and reduce pain levels. 

To get the full effects of Lavender you can use a diffuser, place 1-2 drops in liquid, or put 1-2 drops on an area of skin! This essential oil is a must-have oil to have with you at all times! 

Source: http://dailycaring.com
www.doterra.com

See Something Say Something

Did you know that 1 in 5 Americans is affected by mental health conditions? Most people feel shame and are scared to reach out for help so instead they stay silent. There needs to be more compassion and empathy when it comes to mental illness. We need to be raising awareness and speaking up about these important conditions. Most people don't understand the warning signs of mental illness and it is something that needs to be taught more than ever in our society. 

Warning Signs

  •  Being sad and withdrawn for a long period of time
  • Attempting to harm oneself and making plans to 
  • Doing things that are not normal, behaving in a way that can cause harm to oneself
  • Weight gain or loss. Not wanting to eat, throwing up to lose weight
  • Mood swings that affect relationships
  • Excessive use of alcohol and drugs
  • Behavior changes such as being angry or not sleeping 
  • Not being able to concentrate at work or at school
  • Having intense fears

Mental health is something that should not be taken lightly. If not taken seriously, it could end with someone taking their own life or someone else's. Speak up if you notice behavior changes in someone that you know or if you are struggling with some sort of mental illness. Talk with a doctor or family member to get the help that is needed. 

Source: www.nami.org

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