Well it’s that time of year again. New year, new you. We sit back and reflect on all the areas of our life we would like to improve. We make a list, we tell ourselves “this is my year!” And by February we have all but forgotten our commitment. This year let’s make our list and actually allow our dreams to come to us. Let’s be supernatural. This year I’m following the steps in Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon by Joe Dispenza. And I invite you to try it with me! The new year is only a day away, so let’s get going! You start, unremarkably, by picking a goal. Then you choose a letter to symbolize the goal. In my example (in the photo above) I picked C to symbolize my Career goals for this year. After writing the letter on the center of your page begin writing your intentions. What kind of career do you want? How much money do you want to make? Then finish with writing out the emotions you expect to be feeling once you achieved these intentions. This is a VERY important step. If you have studied the Law of Attraction at all, you already know why. If not...come back in a few days and I am going to be spilling all the details on how to make these goals a reality. Now go ahead and repeat this process for all your big goals for 2018. This IS your year. And once you tap into the magical energy that’s already inside you, you will be unstoppable.
I t was a conversation with my doctor, years ago, that first peaked my curiousity about the risk vs. the reward of sun exposure. As I confided in him about the onset of depressive symptoms he asked if they got worse in the wintertime? I practically rolled my eyes at him. I had heard about Seasonal Affective Disorder in my psychology classes, and was certain my symptoms warranted a more serious diagnosis than something called SAD! Still, I agreed that maybe it was possible that I had become more depressed nearing the latter part of winter. But if this was true, I thought, what could possibly be the explanation? Was it because of the shorter, darker days? More time spent inside because of the extreme cold we experience in Canada? What did all these variables have in common? First, A Few Facts Ultraviolet Radiation (UVR) is part of the light spectrum that makes it from our favourite star in the sky to the rock we call home. UVR is comprised of 3 main types of UV rays; UVA,