Self Care

Tapping into Angelite for Sleep

Tapping into Angelite for Sleep

By Kristen Brown Sleep can be elusive or we can sleep too much. Sleep can recharge us or it can drain us. The fine balancing act in finding the right sleep schedule, routine, and timing can be tricky business...

Mindful + Movement

By Kelly Harrigan Treatments for concussions and head injuries are reaching new heights of awareness in recent years. Traditional medical standard of care has been a "wait and see" approach, which isn't helpful for those who are afflicted. Traumatic...

Life Lessons Learned From a TBI

By Amy Zellmer, Editor-in-chief Contact. It seems so simple, yet it's so critical to our daily lives. Even introverts and people with agoraphobia still need contact whether in-person, over the phone, or on a Zoom call. Those of us...

Memory and TBI: The Brain is a Muscle

By James Heuer, PA After suffering a TBI it is common to experience trouble with your memory. Whether your TBI was moderate or severe, you will have difficulty  remembering things, finding the right words when speaking, and getting organized....

Yoga: Warrior 1

Yoga: Warrior 1

Yoga is a powerful tool for recovery after brain injury. Contrary to some beliefs, everyone can do yoga — you don't need to be super flexible, have great balance, or even be able to stand up. The beauty of yoga...

3 Powerful Rose Quartz Blessings

3 Powerful Rose Quartz Blessings

By Kristen Brown When life gets hard, you’re feeling lost or alone, or there is a challenge with a relationship, there is nothing like Rose Quartz to give you a lift. It’s a powerful stone for self-love, self-esteem, connection,...

Life Lessons Learned from a TBI

Life Lessons Learned from a TBI

Amy Zellmer, Editor-in-chief Many of us will agree that 2020 has been a crummy year for a plethora of reasons, and we are all hoping that 2021 will mark a new beginning. For me, I lost my beloved Pixxie...

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