One can easily get stuck in the daily grind of work, kids, and daily routines. It’s not until we get sick that we are forced to remove ourselves from our daily routines (or in this case a pandemic) that we have to re-evaluate our daily self care rituals that keep us balanced and healthy in body, mind, and spirit. Keeping our home spaces clean and healthy are crucial through this time, and spiritual practices can be very healing in the form of prayer and smudge, and aid in mental health and well being. Click here to read more…
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