A multi-purpose home remedy ingredient I purposely ignored due to my gut’s life-long inability to tolerate it, has turned out to be a remedy I potentially needed most: Vinegar. Specifically, apple cider vinegar or ACV. It is one of three main ingredients in a recipe I hope you will join me in trying. Alone, ACV is already known to be a digestive helper, immune supporter, and weight loss tool, but combined with two other antimicrobial ingredients, it packs a powerful punch for arthritic relief, too.
In business networking situations or any social arena, most people feel uncomfortable around me. I do this by saying what I think, and I think a lot of different things at the same time. I feel their discomfort, though, and wind up feeling just as uncomfortable. This trait makes being in business for myself challenging.
However, the combination of loner business person and social nitwit allows me to spot group situations that are comfortable, like Spark, the Freelancers Union networking event, curated and facilitated by Sharon Bruce.
Before Parkview Lounge came to be, it was the Stone Rose: A hidden gem on the 4th floor of The Shops at Columbus Circle, overlooking Central Park South with delightfully high ceilings and windows. Old name or new, too few seem to know about it or how simply ‘nice’ it is to hang out there alone or with business associates or well-behaved family and friends.
I bought the Hag Capisco Saddle Chair quite a few years ago, because I was determined to find the best office chair possible that could perform a dual purpose: Permit me to move freely when I needed to be seated around my massage table and keep me posturally healthy while doing my writing and research. Most office chairs are designed to make you so comfortable that you never leave your corporate desk. Hag’s implied promise in a nutshell: your posture and back strength will improve and laziness while seated will be impossible.
Paula is a problem-solving geek who loves to share information, especially about her two favorite passions: natural health and eclectic areas of small business technology, owing to her past career in computers and administration and her current multi-career as an independent massage therapist, natural healer, editor, and researcher.