Category Archives: overall wellbeing

HOME ORGANIZATION!

By Caroline

It is cold outside! The perfect time to organiz our homes!Image result for pictures of home organization

Organizing ideas, Pinterest

 

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LOOKING FOR A GUIDE AND A PLAN TO TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE IN 2018?

by Caroline Vogt

Invest some time in yourself this year! My guide helps you transform your life with easy steps to do. The books and e-books are available in English and German on Amazon worldwide.    Amazon.com

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IMPROVING HEALTH…..

by Caroline

Think holistically and your overall health will improve. We as the Three Coaches help you live a balanced and healthy lifestyle inside and out. (go to “About”  to check us out)

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CLEANING YOUR HOME IN A “GREEN” WAY

posted by Caroline

I spent hours traveling in a train today. I heard sneezing, coughing and I was glad having some drops of essential oils with me. I had my Lemon Oil on my scarf and Eucalyptus on a small tissue which I could inhale during this long drive sheltering me from the cold bugs.

I also recommend this book below. Cleaning your home in a “green” way is the best way to avoid colds. Learn how to keep a clean green home and body and your family will thank you for keeping them healthy during this cold season.

FAMILY-WEEKEND COOKING FOR AN ENTIRE WEEK

By Caroline

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So many families struggle with time and time-management at home and at work. Helping people organizing, decorating and simplifying life is one of my passions.

The stress during the working-week with doing so many things for the family including shopping and cooking healthy food can be overwhelming.

1.) Make a fun family-evening or weekend to chose some healthy menu-recipes from cook-books and cooking-magazines and include your children in choosing.

2.) Look for balanced meals. Prepare ahead and cook. I recommend to look for 3 categories: for example: Meals with Pasta, Rice and Potatoes. Cook the portions you need for the weekly menus all at once.

3.) The same for veggies: for example: peas & carrots, broccoli/cauliflower, tomatoes

4.) The same for the meats: Chicken, beef, fish

5.) Wash the salads, prepare  and put in fridge, but no more than 1-3 days

5.) Make a copy  from the 7 menu-recipes for the week

6.) Copy or write the separate ingredients-shopping-lists for the recipe.

4.) File  them together to use another time. With a copy you save time in looking for recipes and writing the shopping list several times!

Use a weekend to cook the meals ahead for the week and make single portions for the evening or per person and freeze. If you write the days on the containers and stack them accordingly you have always the right day on hand when you come  home from work/school. Remember: 3 veggies (can be salads), 2 fruits a day to incorporate to your meals.

The benefits: 1.) No stress to find out what to eat each evening. 2.) No running after work in the store. 3.) Knowing  that your family eats a balanced meal a day.  4.) More time spending together as a family at the dinner table.

 

 

Relieving Neck Tension

Posted by Linda

This is an old argument in the field of thinking about suffering, and its stupidity and lack of sophistication could be plumbed for centuries but suffice it to say that the existence of broccoli does not, in any way, affect the taste of chocolate.” ― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars.  May you savor whatever you eat from this summer’s abundance, including fair trade chocolate, and check out the following practice to see if it alleviates pain and/or increases your joy.

Self-Caring Tip

Rosemary’s Exercise for Head-Neck-Shoulder Alignment and Throat Relaxing

I learned this from Rosemary very many moons ago; she learned it from an opera singer. It has 5 steps to it, and is best done standing, but sitting is okay too.

1. Drop your head forward and down on your neck, then your neck forward and down toward your chest, the result being a curling of your head and neck.

2. Roll your shoulders forward and rotate your arms (that are hanging by your side) inward. –By now maybe you’re wondering, What the ???

3. Keeping your shoulders and arms as they are, bend your head back so you can see the ceiling. –and now you’re really wondering…

4. Keeping your head flopped back, and your arms rotated in, bring your shoulders up toward your ears.

5. This step is a two-fer: Roll your shoulders back and let them drop down to neutral (your arms will naturally de-rotate back to neutral), and at the same time, allow your head to drop forward toward neutral.

You’ll find that “neutral” for both head and shoulders is a bit different than you’re used to. Feel the changes. Take an easy breath or two and enjoy. Can be helpful to repeat 2 more times. Practice 1-4 x daily to create greater ease and balance through there.