I think it was a reference from an e book---though not sure.
What does "holistic" mean to you?
Encompassing the whole person- mind, body and soul.
How long have you been interested in holistic living?
5-8 years or more
a little about me
Mom of 4 grown children 3 of them homeschooled- 1 is an electrical engineer with a bio-medical emphasis, 1 has a master's and has worked in Asia, one is presently in rad school with an assistant-ship in harp performance.
Have a hobby farm where I have chickens, dairy goats and a wonderful garden.
I have celiacs. I have been ill and the energy is not coming back. I would like to explore and find out what I can do to be the healthiest I can be. I truly want to have the energy and general health to enjoy th season of life that I am in.
Professional or business affiliations?
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