Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Day 6

but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.

It's Day SIX
Please don't loose sight that the 21 day journey we are on to Health and Wellness is a Balance of Spirit, Mind and Body!

If you are experiencing fatigue and lack of energy... then Think about

1. Your Spirit: Do you need Healing? Spiritual healing! Ask God to open your eye's if you are harboring unforgiveness? Have you forgiven others? Have you forgiven YOURSELF?

2. Your Mind: Do you need healing in your thought life? Ask God to reveal to you how you respond (thoughts) to situations.... are you using positive words are your thoughts faith based?

3. Your Body: Do you need healing in your body? What is in your control and what is in the hands of the Lord? Take responsibility to do what YOU can do towards healing your body.


Spiritual: Lord, Renew my strength in desire to take care of YOUR temple, ME. Place a song in my heart. Fill my heart with your joy. Open my eyes to see the world through you. May my thoughts be directed towards you first. I will MAKE time
(15 minutes) to be with you today. Honor my journey to Health and Wellness by giving me your strength and joy. AMEN

Mental: Today I will make only positive statements! I will exercise my brain by reading for 15 minutes

Physical: I will MAKE time to exercise today for 15 minutes.
I will choose healthy food choices. I will make my pitcher of water kissed by a lemon with a splash of Cayenne pepper and DRINK it all by Dinner time.


Now, I will put on my exercise clothes and take responsibility to take care of ME (the Temple of the Lord) He needs us at our best to do His work! He will give me the strength that I need to accomplish this task.

If I lack the desire then I will: STOP, Look up and take a deep breath and CONFESS HIS WORD! He's there for you (remember: It is a spiritual battle when we don't do what we know we should do).

Beauty tip today:

Kate Moss offers beauty tips - dunking your head in ice and cucumber

Kate Moss (Pic:Rex)

Want to get a supermodel glow? Then shove your head in a bucket of ice and cucumber. According to Kate Moss it's the best way of restoring a youthful complexion.

She tells us: "Get some ice, put it in the sink, put some cucumber in there too and stick your head in it. Apparently, it's an old-school thing that Joan Crawford used to do.

It really wakes you up."


Ok, Now did you laugh! Ahhhh laughing! Proverbs 17: 22 A joyful heart is good medicine, but depression drains one's strength.

My Tip: A person who can laugh is truly beautiful.



  1. You couldn't have dug too deep for that Beauty Tip! What did the cucumber's offer to the ice bath?

    Did I miss why you are also putting a dash of cayenne pepper in your lemon water?

  2. Cayenne Benefits

    Cayenne is used as a natural fat burner and pain killer, to treat ulcers, increase metabolism, improve circulation, boost the immune system and aid digestion. It is used as a tonic for the heart, kidneys, lungs, pancreas, spleen and stomach and to treat herpes, shingles and rheumatism. It is also known to combat chills and has been used to treat bunions, psoriasis, pleuritis and pericarditis and has been indicated for preventing heart disease.

    Studies have shown that it can raise metabolic rates by as much as 25 percent, aid in treating herpes, shingles and Raynauds disease, and help prevent heart disease and ulcers. Cayenne is also used as a natural pain killer with anti-inflammatory properties. Cayenne may be used internally or externally to treat arthritis, bunions, psoriasis, and muscle and joint pain. For external use just open a capsule and add some to a cream or lotion that you are already using if you want to use it for massage. Taken internally, cayenne is used to treat ulcers, improve circulation, and aid digestion. It is used as a tonic for the heart, kidneys, lungs, pancreas, spleen and stomach and to treat herpes, shingles and rheumatism.

  3. Benefits of Cucumbers:
    Even though fresh cucumbers
    are mostly composed of water,
    they still pack a lot of nutrition.
    The flesh of cucumbers is a very
    good source of vitamins A, C,
    and folic acid. The hard skin is
    rich in fiber and a variety of
    minerals including magnesium,
    silica, molybdenum, and
    potassium. Cucumber is an excellent source
    of silica, which is a trace mineral
    that contributes to the strength
    of our connective tissue.
    Connective tissue is what holds our body together. Cucumbers are effective when used for various skin problems, including swelling under the eyes and sunburn. They also contain ascorbic and caffeic
    acids. These acids prevent water retention. That may explain why when cucumbers
    are applied topically they are often helpful for swollen eyes, burns, and dermatitis.