Jill's November 2020 Vision:


Inspired by a recent article written by Elizabeth Bernstein about how words matter, I wanted to highlight in this month's column just how important it is to think about not only what we say, but how we say it.

Now more than ever before, we are being called to examine our less-than-stellar behavior, for what we possess inside is what we see out there.

If you're into manifestation and creating the life you want to live, this is an ideal place to start--with your words.

In my podcast this week, I list three strategies on how to take your personal development work deeper by focusing on, and standing for, the words.

Access the podcast, Your Words: Weapons or Gifts? HERE.

And please head over to my new BLOG to post a comment!

Enjoy the fruits of your manifestation this month.
Make them- and your words- good.

All good things...

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What we're reading this month and why you should too...

"Spices of Life"
by Nina Simonds

Another oldie but goodie.
Here are my two favorite takeaways:

The health information contained in this book around the foods we eat is not only informative and important in terms of what to buy and why we'd want to buy it, but it's also inspiring and empowering to read.
For example, you can walk right over to your spice rack and sprinkle cardamom in your cup of tea or hot water to ease congestion, basil to use as an anti-viral (helps to ease anxiety too) or turmeric as a powerful antioxidant, just to name a few.

And for delicious teas, stews and soups for this time of year, there's some great recipes--each one focused on quality of life, good health, nutritional benefits and anti-aging.

November Astrological Forecast

November Sun/Moon Forecast for All Signs: 

Mercury Direct this month!

Mercury Direct in Libra 11/3:  We’ve done our self-analysis and re-evaluated a lot the last month; now start to make sense of all the information you’ve reviewed and gathered and move forward in a clearer direction. Communication should be more to the point and we will be better able to make decisions and resolve issues concerning others.

New Moon in Scorpio (conjunct Sun in Scorpio) 11/15: The moon is like a black slate and this is potent rebirth energy.   Meditate on your deepest needs and desires in life--which should be more clear after our recent self-review during Mercury retrograde. What do you need to change so that you can realize them? Mars stations direct 11/14 so we will feel more confident in taking action to improve our personal lives.

Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Gemini (opposite Sun in Sagittarius) 11/30: Full moons are release, even if it means letting go of old ways of thinking.  Gemini rules our minds and Sagittarius is about wisdom and higher truths.  Gather information and look at all sides of the scenario when making decisions or deciding what you believe.  Remember that truth can be subjective and that there are many “truths.”  Avoid extremes and vast generalizations and instead try to view things from a bigger perspective. Lastly, this is mutable “change” energy so take advantage of it if you find your need to adjust your thoughts (Could they be more positive?) or communication style. 

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The Homeopathic remedy you could be using...

Arnica, Arnica, and more Arnica!

  • A GO-TO for all accidents, injuries, traumas, pain and swelling, bumps and bruises, concussions, childbirth, and post-operatively. Also useful after an extra long day in the garden or out-of-the-norm heavy lifting (moving furniture) or for an overused or strained voice.
  • A sports remedy--often professional athletes become lifelong homeopathy clients from their success with Arnica, including David Beckham.
  • Most often a person’s mental/emotional state after a trauma may be, “No, no, I’m ok. I’m all set. I’m good. I don’t need to go to the doctor for a follow-up after an accident,” but Arnica could help...
  • Useful for an acute stroke victim when bleeding is the cause of the stroke because it will absorb the internal bleeding very quickly which limits the damage within the enclosed brain space.
  • A flu remedy when the flu symptoms include that typical sore, bruised feeling. 

For more information or to schedule a FREE 15-minute consult as to why homeopathy might be a great healing tool for you or your family during this time, please contact me HERE. 

Cheryl Wood, CCH, RSHom(NA), C.HP

Note from Jill: Arnica is an absolute in our family's first aid kit. It has helped heal bumps, bruises, muscles strains and mild concussions time and time again.

Essential oils you need to know about...

Nutmeg Essential Oil

Steam distilled from the fruit and seeds of the evergreen tree, Nutmeg is indigenous to Indonesia. Whether it’s baked into spice cake or blended into tea or warm milk, this pungent but sweet spice offers a warm, nostalgic taste and aroma making it a powerful and versatile essential oil. Nutmeg offers many health benefits, including cognitive function support, immune support, and powerful antioxidants.*

How to Use:
  • Apply to desired areas as needed for an energizing and uplifting feeling. For sensitive skin, dilute one drop with one drop of V-6™or olive oil.  
  • Diffuse alone or combine with other oils such as Clary Sage, any Eucalyptus, Ginger, Cinnamon and/or Orange.
  • Choose the Nutmeg Vitality version to enhance the flavor of winter produce such as acorn squash, sweet potatoes, and pumpkin.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Angela Babuschak

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Dress to Express

I love the fall because it gives us a chance to define who we really are by how we dress.
In my professional job, I need to “dress the part,” so when the holidays come around, I like to have fun with fall-themed outfits.

You can wear a dress with leaves or pumpkins and pair it with a cardigan and a pair of knee-high boots. It may not be cold enough for tights yet, but you can wear over-the-knee boots to get the warmth you need. And during COVID you can personalize your outfit with a matching seasonal mask. Have fun with it!

A classic fashion statement is finishing off your outfit with a hat. It can be a wide-brimmed style or a beret or a fedora. Pick your style. If you're going to be outside, a beanie may be a good choice to keep you warm!

Lastly, the holidays are coming and what better way to dress at Thanksgiving than donning some cute loungewear topped off with a denim jacket and some cut-out booties. You can eat as much as you want and still be comfortable and stylish!

Need help? Call me or message me on Instagram to schedule a zoom consultation so I can help you achieve your fashion goals and organize your closet in the process!

Cheryl Doherty
(508) 560-5270

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Seasonal Recipe

Pumpkin Bars

This recipe is originally from Better Homes and Gardens with my own added twist.
I've made this for my kids and their friends every Fall since they were young. It's good right out of the oven and delicious cold after you've spread the cream cheese frosting across the top and put it in the fridge. Looks like carrot cake; tastes as good, if not better. A great dessert for the Thanksgiving table or any Friday afternoon when the kids have finished their school week.

Stir together 2 cups flour (I use gluten free), 2 tsp baking powder, 2 tsp cinnamon, 1 tsp baking soda, and a dash of salt. Set aside. Beat together 4 eggs, one 15oz. can of pumpkin, 1⅔ cup sugar, 1 cup cooking oil (I use olive oil). Add flour mixture and beat until combined. Spread batter in an ungreased glass pan. Bake at 350 degrees. Frost with cream cheese frosting: Beat together one softened 3-oz. package cream cheese, ¼ cup softened butter and 1 tsp vanilla until fluffy. Gradually add 2 cups of powdered sugar.
Enjoy warm or cold. Yum.


Walking and Running Outdoors for a Cardio Intense Workout

Next time you're out walking or on your run, try mixing it up with both: Walk for a few minutes - say to a certain landmark - and then run for two minutes, then walk for a few minutes and then run for two minutes. You can also walk for five minutes and then run for a minute, whatever rhythm feels best to you.

The objective is to get your heart rate up so that you burn fat more quickly, getting a more intense workout. It also makes your workout a bit more exciting if it's getting stale.

Try this at least 3-4 times a week for a few weeks. Notice your developing endurance, increased weight loss and feelings of empowerment.

Now go enjoy those Thanksgiving treats!
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2. Family and Friends
3. Our College Kids Coming Home (Again)
What are YOU grateful for?