Many of us are spending more time at home right now, and thinking about health, so this is the perfect time to make your home healthier!
● Do you crave more energy, optimal health and abundance in life?
● Are you feeling lethargic, low energy, headaches, low libido, allergies, brain fog and just not feeling well?
● Are you, or someone you know, suffering from a “mysterious illness” struggling with feeling “sick,” alone, not validated or unsure about what’s next?
● Have you gone from doctor to doctor, spent so much time and money on medical tests, but all the results showed “NORMAL” only come home with drugs and no solution for the cause of your illness?
● Do you want to know where toxins are coming from, how they affect your health and how to safely detox from them?
● Are your relationships getting hurt because of the way you feel?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then I would love for you to join me in the first-ever “The Healthy Home Show” series hosted by Eric and Fernanda Firman. Fernanda is a Healthy Home Architect and Eric is a Healthy Home Contractor on a mission to bring YOU all of the knowledge, information, tips, tricks & tools that they didn’t have during their own healing journey.
They hand-picked 20+ experts to share How to Create a Healthy Home. Find, remove/reduce and safely detox from hidden toxin exposure in your home and life.
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As many of us are spending extra time at home right now, here are some tools to reduce your technology use.
IT’S TOO EASY TO BE A TECH ADDICT.
Also: check out the rest of this website: 24SixLife.com for amazing insight on the benefits of Technology Shabbats. Enjoy!
“These tools will help you unplug on your day away from screens and stay focused the other six days of the week.
Take a Facebook Sabbatical
Click HERE for the steps to take a Facebook Sabbatical for a month, a week, or just a couple of days.
Set Your Phone on Do Not Disturb with Brick™ Mode
Worried someone’s going to need to reach you while you’re off your phone? Here’s a tip from our partner Brick™: how to set up a text auto-reply for your phone-free time.
Add the “Momentum” Chrome Extension to Stay Focused Throughout the Week
Add the Momentum Extension for Chrome HERE
Set up your account
Prioritize your tasks by inputting your “Main Focus” for the day
Every time you open your Chrome browser or a new tab Momentum will remind you of your Main Focus for the day. Add and check off tasks as you please!
Now you can stay more focussed and less distracted when using screens six days of the week as you are constantly reminded of your goals each day!
Pause Incoming Emails with “Boomerang” for Gmail
Download Boomerang for Gmail HERE
Follow instructions on the following page to set up your Boomerang application
Now in the upper left corner of your Gmail page you will find a “Pause Inbox” button that allows you to fight email overload and stay more productive! When composing an email, you can also schedule it to send at a later time with the red “Send Later” button.”
Enact the “Cell Phone Right-to-Know” Law in Your Community!
Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court let stand the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to uphold the City of Berkeley, California’s “Cell Phone Right-to-Know” law. This law requires mobile phone retailers to warn consumers at the point of sale that carrying mobile phones in pockets and bras could present radiation health risks.
Today, send this sample municipal law to your town, city or county elected officials:
SAMPLE CELL PHONE RIGHT-TO-KNOW LAW
The (town, city or county) of ______________ requires that you be provided the following notice:
“To assure safety, the Federal Government requires that cell phones meet radio-frequency (RF) exposure guidelines. If you carry or use your phone in a pants or shirt pocket or tucked into a bra when the phone is ON and connected to a wireless network, you may exceed the federal safety guidelines for exposure to RF radiation.
Refer to the instructions in your phone or user manual for information about how to use your phone safely.”
In 2008, Tiffany Shlain’s father, Leonard, was diagnosed with brain cancer, and she began to change her use of technology when the two of them were together. “Some days he would have only one good hour,” she later wrote in the Harvard Business Review, “and I didn’t want to be distracted when I was with him, so I’d turn off my cellphone.”
Find out the rest of the story here, it’s really incredible.