21 Days to Feeling Hot-Healthy-Happy

What’s it mean to feel hot-healthy-happy?  It’s AMAZING!  It’s exactly how we are ‘supposed’ to feel and yet often never achieve.  You deserve to feel hot, healthy and happy!  You matter, what you think matters and how you feel matters.


I’m Wendy MacKay, also known as a ‘soul whisperer’.  From as far back as I remember I’ve had a gift that allows me to feel or see what others often can’t. My empathic soul awareness is my guide or ‘gift’ which I choose to support and inspire my clients to discover their passion for life.  Live your passion with purpose and you will feel hot-healthy-happy.

To live hot-healthy-happy is to have self confidence, full awareness of what resonates and feels amazing for you.  Each and every person has value.  Each one of us matters.  How we choose to participate and experience our life once we are old enough to make decisions, is knowing what, when, where and how to consciously attract it.  We are ALL much more capable than what we are currently believing!  We have barely scratched the surface in this Universe!

It is time to change

In 21 days, if you choose to be consistent with the processes I introduce to you and allow your mind to expand beyond anywhere it has ever gone before, I guarantee you will discover you have more potential than ever imagined.

  • Your health should be a priority. In optimal health you can live fully.
  • Your self esteem is how you perceive yourself in soul awareness. Ego is how you perceive yourself in comparison to others.
  • Your happiness is an emotional consequence of your choices.  When you become aware of how to shift your thoughts to align with precisely what resonates with what you want, you can have control of how you feel.

When you really want something do you usually get it, or do you give up before achieving it?  The difference between those who succeed and those who fail is often how many times they try.

In 21 days of consistent, persistent action you can create a habit.  Why not create habits that resonate with what you want, who you want to be and how you want to live?  Why not design your life, feel hot-healthy-happy rather than live by trial and error?

Running to Remember… – Healthy. Beautiful. Blessed.

Twelve years ago today, I was on my college campus, just minutes after I heard the news of the terrorist attacks. I stood in the student union and watched the footage of the first plane hitting, then the second. Everyone crowded around the televisions in shock and disbelief. Could this really happen on our soil? This was the land of the free, the home of the brave. If something like this could happen here, what would happen next? What were we supposed to do now? That day, my friends and I did the only thing we knew how to do. We got together and prayed. None of us really knew what to say, but we spoke from our hearts, crying out to God in sorrow, confusion, and fear.

In the days, weeks, months, even years that followed, we tried to process this event. We all came together and remembered. Even if we didn’t know someone who was directly affected by the attacks, we were all affected. We all lost something that day. Twelve years have passed, and we all remember where we were when we heard the news, and what we did next.

Just a few days ago, I was able to reflect in a new way. I participated in the Run to Remember, a 5K and 10K race held to honor those who were lost that day, twelve years ago. It was my first 10K, something I had spent months training for, but it was profound in so many other ways. The event opened with a presentation of the colors, followed by the National Anthem. Then the statistics were read. We reflected on how many adults, children, and first responders were lost. We heard how many children were left without parents, how many people were injured, how many were still affected by post traumatic stress disorder. They were haunting numbers, just as large as I remembered. Then, we were led in prayer. Just like all those years ago, we prayed for God to watch over those who lost someone…to watch over us all, and to help us remember.

The race began. Once I crossed the start line, it was not unlike other races I had participated in..until I caught up to the firefighters. Two firefighters ran in full gear. The heat was blistering, and they ran the entire 6.2 miles. I ran with them, slightly in front, or behind them for the majority of the race. It was truly an honor to be running alongside them. Along the course, there were firefighters standing to the side, cheering us on, and thanking us for participating. It was incredibly humbling to have a firefighter thank us for running in a race. They risk their lives every day, running into danger when others run out, yet they were thanking us for running on a course. I can’t quite describe what that was like.

After we crossed the finish line, there was a memorial. There was a color guard and firefighters in full uniform stationed outside. We were given a flag to place inside the memorial. There was a space for each person we lost in the attacks, printed with their name. We were to place the flag beside the name, and write down the name so that we could go online to read that person’s biography. We have all heard the numbers, but to see thousands of names and thousands of flags was staggering. We placed our flags there and left the memorial. Suddenly, the fact that I was standing in the same city where I heard the news, just miles from my school, just hit me. Tears came to my eyes and I spent a moment reflecting…remembering. To take something that I have truly come to love, that has changed my life, and make it a part of this beautiful tribute was something I will never forget.

January 2014 – Health Connector

Spirulina is a whole food supplement that comes from blue algae and this supplement contains a high level of protein, making this supplement good for vegetarians and vegans who need a protein substitute for meat. Spirulina has been shown to boost your immune system according to some naturopathic health experts and it has anti-inflammatory qualities as well as vitamins A, C and E. You can take Spirulina as a pill or in powder form by adding the powder to your juice or smoothie in the morning. Even the United Nations recognizes the health benefits of Spirulina and usually recommend it for populations suffering from malnutrition due to decline in natural resources.

Spirulina Powder

Spirulina Has Good Fats in It

Another health benefit of Spirulina is that it contains Omega 3 fatty acids that are necessary for healthy weight management, brain health, anti-aging purposes and for beautiful and healthy skin. You can drink a Spirulina-filled smoothie during the afternoon hours before you cook fish that has Omega 3 fatty acids such as salmon and tuna.

Spirulina is a Complete Protein and Has Numerous Vitamins and Minerals

Spirulina is a complete protein and it contains vitamins such as B12, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E, beta carotene, and magnesium. If you cannot consume dairy products but need calcium, a Spirulina supplement has adequate amounts of calcium that works as a substitute for dairy products, leading to better bone and muscle health.

Good for Weight Loss

Spirulina has been known to reduce a person’s appetite during the day and this leads to less binge eating or emotional eating by those who want to lose weight. The best times to take Spirulina for this purpose are in the morning, a few hours before dinner and occasionally after dinner in place of dessert in the form of a fruit and Spirulina smoothie.

I’m Anemic. Is Spirulina Good for Me?

Those who are anemic will benefit from Spirulina because it contains plenty of iron and since anemia stems from iron deficiency, it would be wise to take Spirulina tablets daily to make up for your iron deficiency, particularly if you are anemic and a vegetarian. Customers who used Spirulina and who suffer from anemia stated that they saw a change in their bodies after taking it.

Other Vegan Foods to Supplement Spirulina

Leafy greens contain the same vitamins that are in Spirulina so you should eat plenty of these in addition to taking Spirulina. You should also consume various types of beans regularly as they are high in protein and grains such as quinoa and brown rice can be eaten with the beans. If you want to increase your calcium intake as a vegan, you can drink soymilk or almond milk. In conclusion, Spirulina and these foods make for a beneficial protein-filled diet without meat. Spirulina has all the vitamins and minerals you need and it contains no carbohydrates and very little calories, on a site note try goldenroot capsules which contains spriulina in a compact capsule.

EXCESSIVE SWEATING: Get rid of unpleasant body odors with this ingredient from your kitchen! – ViraHealth

One of the most common problems which occur in men and women is the excessive sweating.  Due to high temperatures, in summer there is much more sweat than usual. A much larger problem of visible stains on the clothes, are unpleasant odors.

Women have found an effective solution for large wet circles under the armpits. Put the daily pad on the clothes under your armpit and it will absorb sweat and stains.

What can you do with the unpleasant odors?

Number one for getting rid of unpleasant odors is the adequate hygiene of the body, which means regular showers and changing underwear daily. But also, there are some natural remedies that can be your ally in the struggle with the unpleasant odors.

It is difficult to define what is a “normal sweating”. Some people sweat more, some people less. If you believe that you have the symptoms of excessive sweating and that it already starts to bother you, try to reduce sweating using natural products that you can make yourself.

– Make a chamomile tea and squeeze half a lemon in it. Add 2 tablespoons of sugar. Drink this beverage before going to bed.

– In half a liter of boiling water pour two tablespoons of sage tea or lavender. Strain after 10 minutes. Drink two cups of tea after main meals for five days.

Try drinking this and if you don’t notice any changes consult with your doctor about your condition.