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I believe in the healing power of nature. If we take a moment to immerse ourselves in an image of nature we will feel rejuvenated, renewed and revived. Studies have shown that what we look at not just affects our mood, but also how we relate to others and our attention to detail. So if your feeling stressed, run down or just deserve a break, look at the images under "Healing Art" and immerse yourself in them.
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Hi, I am a photographer & mixed media artist who has learnt the healing power of nature. I am also a Reiki master. I live with osteoarthritis & fibromyalgia, so live with constant pain. Nature & art have given me hope & help me to be grateful for life even such as it is. My desire is to help others on this journey and to help everyone to decrease their stress and increase their wellness through my "Healing Art". I have a blog at http://www.juliaharwood.com & my art is available for purchase as a gift to yourself or to others at  http://juliakharwood.redbubble.com/ I look forward to connecting with you & hope my images bring you peace, health & happiness in an imperfect world.
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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Where has the time gone???

How do we find time for social media in our hectic schedules?

Who or what is missing out?

Do you find you have to make time to stay in touch with your online friends or do you find you naturally spend time here to the detriment of other areas?

How do we find a balance?

I find that just as I make time to go and visit friends I have to set a time limit on what I do online. I try to set aside an hour a day for my online activities. I also encourage my physical life friends to join my online sites so they can keep in contact.

When I am travelling it is easier to update my social media so everyone knows where I am & what I'm doing. I often find it frustrating when people who are not on social media complain because I haven't contacted them.

I still love going and seeing someone and sitting down and having a coffee, but when I am super busy it is great to just be able to say "Hi" online.

I find if I don't schedule my time for online activity and times for offline activity then it all gets out of balance.

For me, once again, the solution is time management, but not being so scheduled that I can't be spontaneous.

Often when we become aware that something is a problem then we are half way towards solving it.

When it all gets too much, just get a glass of water and sit in nature for a while to re balance yourself.

Here's an image to help you.

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