A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #42: Make a Tennis Ball Massager

If you’ve been following my tips all year, by now you’re well aware of the benefits of massage. You’re probably already giving yourself a daily hand massage and a daily foot massage, but when it comes unkinking other chronically tight areas of your body, you might wonder if you have to become a contortionist first. It’s practically impossible to knead your own shoulders, back, and … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #42: Make a Tennis Ball Massager

A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #29: Give Yourself a Foot Massage

Sometimes, nothing beats a foot massage. But paying for one isn’t always practical, and it’s not always easy to bribe your partner into rubbing your feet—even harder if you don’t have a partner! Fortunately, it’s easy, relaxing, and free to give yourself a foot massage. Foot massage stimulates blood circulation, which has a positive effect on your overall wellbeing. The practice of reflexology even assigns … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #29: Give Yourself a Foot Massage

A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #4: Quick Morning Eye Massage

Puffy eyes in the morning are a common complaint, particularly as we get older. So much time spent in front of the computer, smartphone screen, TV, books, and movie screens can cause eye fatigue, even upon waking. Additionally, extra sodium, sugar, and inflammatory foods like dairy and wheat can cause dark circles, under-eye bags, and puffiness. And I don’t even think I need to mention … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #4: Quick Morning Eye Massage