Thanks for 3 Years at tapin2life

It’s been a challenging but great journey!  I want to say thank you to my WordPress Family and to my faithful friends who support my blog here at tapin2life.  Working full-time in healthcare, being a part-time dance instructor and taking care of family is truly rewarding and exhausting at the same time but it makes life worth living to see the fruits of my labor.  

Just remember to stay positive and remember that our Father, creator of all things in the Heavens and the Earth is a Waymaker, Healer, Promise Keeper and most of all Faithful!  How much more should we strive to be like this to Him and to each other?  Thanks again and bless someone else with inspiration to push forward today by sharing this!!

As always, why not impact someone’s day and SHARE IT, LIKE,  REPOST, COMMENT 

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Thanks so much for dropping in!

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Rheumatoid Arthritis | Diet and best food to eat

This is a great summary for those who suffer from arthritis. I use ginger and tumeric in green tea. Thanks to Misha for posting😄! I will be suret o try some of these other foods.

The Glitterati Affair

Living with Rheumatoid arthritis is chronic and annoying. Two years ago, our world came crumbling down when me and my family  got to know about our mother being diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). An auto immune disease, but also very common, found in people residing in India and all over the world, this disease has no cure. The treatment for RA is all about steroids, injections and surgeries if uncontrollable. We couldn’t really see her in immense pain and ultimately we all resorted for steroids as the last option keeping in mind, the weather of my hometown which is quite chilly, rainy and cooler for the maximum months of the year. RA has no connection with age or gender. It is an irrevocable occurrence in the immune system which mistakenly attacks our own bodies’ tissues thereby mainly affecting the inner lining of the joints, causing painful swelling, stiffness…

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Being Mentally Strong

abyss-adult-brave-2932I loved this post from a friend so much I had to reblog it!

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Grit. Resilience. Mental toughness. We hear a lot about these attributes. Of course we have an abundance of strategies and techniques for developing psychological resilience.

When most people set out to become fit, they’re thinking about their physical fitness. Getting in better physical shape tops the list for many.

In this case, if more people focused on their mental fitness, however, they’d likely become more successful in achieving the goals they set for themselves – physical fitness or otherwise.

Building mental muscle is the key to self-discipline, delayed gratification, grit, and perseverance. These are the skills you will need to become the best mental version of yourself.

We all would like to be able to deal with life’s ups and downs with strength and grace, and learning to manage your emotions is another important part of becoming mentally strong.

Keep in mind, being mentally strong doesn’t mean you don’t experience…

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Help Needed for the Chageem

Chag Sameach Family & Friends!  Once again we are in the High Holy Day Season and as a community we are in need of your assistance.  Due to a large number of guests coming in, we are asking for your assistance in hosting them.  Many come to the Holy Land looking for a spiritual experience and we do our best to accommodate them during those times.

You may help by giving any of the amounts below and can donate as many times as you are moved to do so.

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Thank you ahead of time for your generosity and faith. We pray that you and your family enjoy the upcoming Chageem!  We will post a weekly update here of donation progress so feel free to stop by!

 

Celebrating 100 Posts

This week (actually last week) LOL I celebrated my 100th blog post here on tapin2life and wanted to give all of my blog and email followers a great big hearty……..

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Very grateful for the support and love you have shared and looking forward to the next 100 posts!  In the meantime, keep spreading the health, meditation and dance posts and most of all share the Love and be a blessing to someone daily.

Above 2017 dance recital clip performed by Caruthers’ Dance Studio, over 50 years and still inspiring me to follow my dreams!

As always, why not SHARE IT🔗🙌, LIKE👍,  REPOST♻, COMMENT💬 

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Thanks so much for dropping in!

 

Wisdom quote.

This was such a timely quote that I knew the Father was sending it for me. 💯🎯So very true and thank you my Brother for the ongoing inspiration!

Motivation. Focus. Achievement.

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Success is knowing that failure is not an option for the optimists.

Chinua.

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A Big Thank You to My Followers

It was 2 years ago that I ventured into the wonderfully wide world of blogging and I just wanted to take the time to say a big warm THANK YOU to all of my followers whether via wordpress or email!!!  I Could not have made it this far without each of you and I’m very grateful!  Be it the will of the Father, I plan to continue to bring interesting articles and videos about health, fitness and meditation in the year to come that focus on self-improvement and health from a holistic approach.

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Continued success to my fellow bloggers and supporters in the year to come and remember to love, enjoy and “TAP in 2 LIFE”!!!

All About Chia Seeds

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You all probably remember the famous “Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia”.  How many of us grew those chia plants back in the day and had no idea what it was?  Well, I have just become a user of these cool little seeds.  Top 8 reasons why to incorporate Chia Seeds into your daily diet:

  • One big reason is you get a lot for doing so little.  Chia seeds are packed with so many nutrients and very few calories.  They contain 11 grams of fiber, 4 grams of protein, 5 grams of Omega-3s out of the 9 grams of fat, 18% of the recommended daily allowance of Calcium (RDA), 30% of the RDA of Manganese, 27% of the RDA of Phosphorus, a generous amount of Zinc, Vitamin B3/Niacin, Potassium, Vitamin B1/Thiamine and Vitamin B2.
    • In just 1 ounce, you get a power-packed 137 calories (this is just 2 tablespoons).  Since a lot of these calories…

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BEYOND YOUR LIMITS 

Reblog of a fellow blogger’s poem that inspired me. Hope it helps to push you to your next level. So brighten someone’s day and share it as well!😄

INSPIRATIONAL POEMS

With every moment you breathe,
With every second you survive,
You compete with yourself,
For supreme best, you strive!

Don’t stop till you reach a point,
Where you’re fit to be called a great man,
Don’t be satisfied with what you have,
Push your limits, harder than you can!

Keep battling, keep proceeding,
Till flags of glory are unfurled,
Remember, your battle is with yourself,
Your battle is not with the world!

Don’t make the world your opponent,
You yourself be the one,
Get better with every mistake,
You make during this long run.

Battle till your last breathe,
Author the most glorious life story,
Remember the journey is tough,
Beyond your limits, lies your glory!

– Nikesh Lilani

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Partners in Crime? HBP and SD!

A reposting if you missed the article by yours truly before. A reminder that over time something as little as not getting your sleep can be extremely detrimental. Share this with someone you love.

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Is High Blood Pressure linked to Sleep Deprivation (SD)?

I thought about this as I awoke this morning, not feeling very rested and knowing I should have went to bed earlier.  Also, I thought of my family members in the US that I felt compelled to text after a troubling 4:00 a.m. nightmare.  They often are still up as I rise at 6 or 7 a.m., which tells me…… they are most likely not getting enough sleep either!

Could we be destroying our health from just lack of this one simple thing…..sleep?  Studies have shown that less than 6 hours per night of sleep could possibly have a correlation to increase blood pressure.  Sleep helps our blood to regulate our stress hormones and helps our nervous systems to stay healthy.

Over a period of time, not getting the proper amount of sleep could decrease our body’s ability to regulate stress…

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