Last week on LTV I checked in on how the pandemic has effected the music scene for those living out east on Long Island and the Gulf Scene in Florida. I do not get paid to create these little local TV episodes. Back in the day, I did get paid to share events and photographContinue reading “VIDEO: The Beat Goes On”
I shared a glimpse of my pandemic life this week on LTV as well as some of my coping skills and thoughts on the quarantine orders. If you missed it on LTV it will rerun Saturday at 1pm ET and Sunday morning at 6am on channel 20 in East Hampton township. You can also watchContinue reading “Gulf Scene Quarantine”
My personal health story in 17 minutes of photos and video has aired on LTV on channel 20 in the town of EastHampton. My shows are always available to all on the video on demand page at http://www.ltveh.org My medical marijuana story is there too, in the archives for history, and also on my YouTubeContinue reading “My Holistic Health Story”
You see, my holistic health care plan is already designed to support the body’s own immune system. I will modify it with additional vitamin C, anti-viral herbs, and immune boosting teas and foods, along with a mask.
Tips and trips from Babylon to Montauk on Long Island New York
A few recent travels in Florida and Georgia, stay tuned for tips and trips on the Gulf of Mexico.
Tips and trips are on the way! http://instagram.com/shelterislandscene
I grew up in the Town of Babylon on the south shore of Long Island, and I still love spending time there. Some things have stayed the same. Some have changed for the better! Family boating tradition continues on the Great South Bay:-) as do beach days at Gilgo and Cedar Beach with high schoolContinue reading “Last Summer: Long Island’s South Shore”
My own research made cannabis the first priority when it came to my health, and accessing it legally also covered my second priority, stress reduction.
Dr. Joe Dituri was the expert guest on the latest Local TV show. The retired Naval Commander, diving expert, professor and research scientist shared valuable information for all.
As we drove over his Sag Harbor bridge, I told Harvey about Jordan Haerter. Then, at the traffic circle I told him about Joey Theinert, pointing to Shelter Island, where a ferry is named for him. I poured my heart out about my memoir, my ex and my father. I told him how it was so hard to live in the Hamptons where people seem to have no idea we are at war. I told him how I cut a lot out of my memoirs.
The more I practice self-care, the more my health care plan resembles caring for a child.
Despite what viewers see on A & E’s Live PD, there is lots of good, clean fun and flavor to be found in Pasco County. Some now-famous Pasco County Sheriffs were spotted (and thanked) at Hudson, Florida’s SunWest Park, an example of family friendly festivities.
My first day trip to Safety Harbor, Florida will not be my last.
An employee at the Trulieve dispensary in New Port Richey, Florida also thought that my patient number was cool. I am one of the first.
Also of note is that you can pay the Florida Department of Health for your card and renewal with a debit card
#health all along this holistic journey
This short musical trailer gives a glimpse into my memoir of my life as a military wife during the beginning of the Iraq War. My now ex-husband was deployed while I tried to deal in the Hamptons.
As stress is the cause of most dis-ease, I limit it in any possible way, as mentioned in previous posts and memoirs. I spend my self-created downtime in my own healing places, usually on the water. I often think of those who follow conventional paths and pray for them. I also think of those whoContinue reading “Healing Places”
“It would be easier,” my mother replied matter-of-factly when I mentioned the option of being married to my career instead of a man this morning. Another mother figure, my ex-mother-in-law, said something similar, back in those days. We were watching one of my favorite HBO series, Six Feet Under, and she was particularly fond ofContinue reading “Single on Purpose: an Unconventional Life”
A casual chat with Dr. Lisa Maharajh, a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, about common sense methods of diagnosis, stress reduction, and more. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3-MjtZ_Ontx–6NgZMHlKg
I am purifying my life and limiting things such as sitting, talking, eating, people, places, plans, news, noise, negativity, driving and drama.
“We all have stories–ongoing and ever-changing–that we tell ourselves to make sense of our lives. They can help us heal and powerfully guide us through life, or just as powerfully, hold us back,” Judith Fertig
If you missed the show or previous episodes, all you need is an internet connection!
I was like a kid in the sandbox. On my hands and knees pulling any crab-grassy, thorny, prickly growths from my new garden beds and pathways. Despite my appreciation for the beauty of some weeds and respect for their purposes, it felt so good to remove things that had the potential to hurt me duringContinue reading “Digging deep”