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Congratulations Class of 2020!

  Dear Graduating Class of 2020, You’ve been jipped. No way to sugarcoat this one. You have spent years working hard toward graduation, whether it be from 8th grade, high school, college, or another degree. All the course work, final exams, projects and planning to make sure you took just the right classes, was done with an end goal: graduation. Once January came and the second semester began, I’m sure many of you could see the light at the end of the tunnel and all the celebratory mil read more...

Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day   Every year on the second Sunday in May we celebrate mothers around the world. This Sunday, the celebration will be more special than ever before. For some, it may be the first time you have been able to see your mother in a long while. Various stay at home orders around our country have prohibited large gatherings and recommended grandparents take extra precautions. As these orders get lifted, some of us will be able to reunite with our moms sooner rather than later. read more...

Focus where it counts

  Focus Where It Counts Dear Friend, What to do with all the time at home For the past few weeks, I’ve woken up each morning with a list of things to do running through my head. Clean out closets, sort through files in my office, trim the bushes, clean out the garage, etc. Of course, this is on top of my usual day-to-day “normal” duties, which have truly expanded with my whole family home, all day, every day. My initial thought, like many of you, when we were first ordered to stay at read more...

Celebrate Your Faith, Happy Easter/Passover

Happy Easter/Passover Hello, It’s been almost ten years since my husband, Larry, passed away but I still recall during the early stages of my grief it felt as though I was living a parallel life. I had one-foot living in the past, remembering every holiday and celebration with Larry by my side, and the other foot living in the present, facing current and future holidays without Larry. I would step outside and see everyone going about their normal business of going to school, work or another a read more...

Finding Strength and Hope in Time of Uncertainty

Finding Strength and Hope in Time of Uncertainty   Dear Friend, First, I hope this newsletter finds you and your family safe and healthy. In my last newsletter I mentioned that I would be off for two weeks due to spring break. I, like many of you, needed a little more time to adjust to a temporary new way of life. I admit, I also needed time to let the enormity and reality of what we are facing sink in. Sadly, it’s not the first time I’ve faced dire news. It’s been a little over two read more...

Hello, I’m Pamela Simon

Peace is not something you wish for; It’s something you make, Something you do, Something you are, And something you give away. ~Robert Fulghum

Widowed at forty-two and left to care for three young children (one with special needs) brought me to a level of despair I never thought could happen to me.

Not only did I have to maneuver through my own grief, I also had to help guide my children through theirs.

Then I faced my own health challenges. At the time of my husband’s death I didn’t understand the mind-body connection and the physical toll grief subsequently took on my body.

I’ve spent years researching and implementing health and wellness practices. While I still have some challenging days, I’m mindful to put love, faith and truth at the forefront of my life. In turn, I’m surrounded by peace and happiness.

I realize there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to healing, so through this website I’m committed to providing health and wellness tools to help you find the ones that work best for you.

I follow a holistic approach in that I recognize that each person has physical, mental and spiritual elements that comprise the whole. It’s my belief that in order to truly heal all the components of a person’s life needs attention.

I invite you to join me and take a step toward healing.

Pam Simon