|Posted on December 18, 2013 at 10:40 AM|
We loved this blog post on the South Bay Wellness Blog, titled "Combat negative behaviors with awareness." By Carole and Denise, Reidiant Light.
To begin to recognize negative behaviors, one can practice generating more awareness and insightfulness. After each experience, stop for a moment to recognize what occurred in the experience. When things do not turn out as positive as you would have liked, try to identify how things could have gone differently in order to achieve a better outcome. Here are some ways to do that:
a) Create a daily journal. Write down your experiences each day.
b) At the end of each week, review your journal.
c) After reviewing the journal weekly, make a list of what you do want and what you don’t want in your life.
d) Start to make these positive changes in your life. For example, take one thing you don’t like about yourself and start to create positive changes. Don’t move on to the next change until you have reached the results you desire. One day at a time. You are always in control over your life. Only you can make these positive changes. Hypnosis works so well to help you move forward in your life as long as you are active in working on the resolution.
This blog really helps us realize the power of positivity. It teaches us not to dwell on the negativity in life. Every hardship we may face can be a challenge, but one that can inspire growth and increased self awareness. Try new things, get inspired and start living a healthier, happier life!
For more blogs like the one you see above visit the South Bay Wellness Blog at this link:
|Posted on December 18, 2013 at 10:30 AM|
"My neighbor had recommended Dr. Hsu’s office when my tooth broke. The staff at the office are great and helpful to calm the fear"… - Patient Review Dr. Oogle
Going to the dentist can be daunting, and cause fear, anxiety, and feelings of distress for many. Dr. Grace Hsu, of Long Island Dental Spa understand the dis-ease that a dental appointment can cause people, and her goal was to create a dental practice where people can come and feel comfortable, and relaxed.
Dr. Grace and her staff at Long Island Dental Spa welcome each patient with warmth and care. When you walk in the door you will be greeted with a smile and an extended hand. It is their mission to provide everyone with compassionate, expert care and comfort in a clean, calm high-tech “spa” environment.
They want you to have a gorgeous smile and to actually enjoy the process, and of course be happy with the results. What sets them apart is their belief in very gentle, quality dental care; the best dentistry that they can possibly provide.
During your appointment, you can expect to be seated punctually in a relaxing treatment room with a personal television and head phones for your comfort. Dr. Hsu will thoroughly examine you and you will be provided with various treatment options. The risks and benefits of each option will be fully explained to you so that you can make an informed decision.
LI Dental Spa believes that you can take an active role in your treatment and, make sure you have all the knowledge available to make the right choices. At the end of your visit you will receive a warm, soothing towel as well as a new personal dental care kit to take home with you. Their goal is to provide you the best dentistry possible in the most soothing environment, and so far their patients agree that they have!
|Posted on December 10, 2013 at 10:30 AM|
RESIDENTS SHED OVER 60 POUNDS OF EXPIRED OR UNUSED MEDS
(Sayville, NY-December 7, 2013) On Saturday, December 7th, Legislator-Elect Bill Lindsay III, the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office, the Community Ambulance Company, the South Shore Community Organization, and the YES Prevention Program co-sponsored a "Shed-the-Meds" initiative that assisted residents in the successful disposal of over 60 pounds of expired or unused medications and over 30 hypodermic needles.
“When my father passed away, my mother and I were left with many of his prescriptions drugs and nowhere to safely get rid of them,” said Legislator-Elect Bill Lindsay III. “The efforts of these community groups to collect and properly dispose of prescription drugs was extremely helpful, not only for my family, but for all residents who hope to live in a safe and drug-free community.”
Non-medical use of prescription and over-the-counter medication remains a significant part of the drug problem here on Long Island. According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, over 50 percent of people who abuse prescription drugs for nonmedical reasons obtained them from friends or relatives with permission and for free. Unwanted or expired medications left in the home could increase opportunities for drug abuse, drug diversion, and accidental poisonings.
“It is my hope that the success of this program will prevent medications from getting into the wrong hands and helps to reduce the number of overdoses within our communities,” said Community Ambulance Company Chief Jamie Atkinson. The Community Ambulance Company serves the communities of Bayport, Bohemia, Oakdale, Sayville and West Sayville. In 2012, they responded to over 160 overdose calls and have already responded to over 140 overdose calls this year.
Deputy Sheriffs were also in attendance to distribute home drug testing kits to parents and residents and properly transport the collection of prescription drugs to their incinerator. Medications brought to the Sheriff’s Office through programs such as “Shed the Meds” are incinerated on a monthly basis.
For more information on drug intervention and prevention programs please visit: http://www.yesnews.org
For more information about the Community Ambulance Company or information on how to become a member, please visit: www.communityamb.org
|Posted on November 13, 2013 at 2:25 PM|
The TRU Salon now offering Density Therapy!
Hold on to what you've got. These unique, synergetic formulas deliver nutrients to the scalp, reduce irritation, strengthen the root system, stimulate cellular energy and create a fertile environment for healthy growth - all with the naturals herbs from our natural derived product TRU and special scalp massaging! (which, very simply, helps you hold on to your hair longer-PRICELESS!!!!).
|Posted on November 13, 2013 at 2:10 PM|
Save the Date: December 10th at 11 am for a RIBBON CUTTING! Stay tuned for details!
|Posted on November 6, 2013 at 11:30 AM|
Congrats to Nassau and The Mangano family!
|Posted on October 30, 2013 at 10:35 AM|
Vote for Ed Mangano so Tom Suozzi doesn't add another 26% to your property taxes !!
Governor Cuomo approve's of Ed Mangano for not raising Nassau County Taxes. Watch the video clip to see what Cuomo has to say about Ed Mangano.
|Posted on October 30, 2013 at 10:20 AM|
The Nassau County Legislature today unanimously approved County Executive Edward P. Mangano's public-private partnership with Bruce Ratner's Nassau Events Center (NEC) to transform the 43-year old Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum and Plaza into an attractive, first-class destination for sports and family entertainment. The agreement generates millions in economic benefit for Nassau County while creating and retaining thousands of local jobs.
|Posted on October 29, 2013 at 11:40 AM|
Coming December 1st....The much anticipated Wreckless Apparel Group new sporting apparel line.
It's hot. It's coming to stores in December!
|Posted on October 29, 2013 at 10:40 AM|
Breast Cancer Awareness month may be coming to an end, but your health is important year round.
Women recognize the importance of living a healthy lifestyle, which includes conducting self-exams to detect for breast cancer. Breast self-exams are vital to discovering abnormalities, including lumps or tenderness, in the breasts. Self-examination increases the chances of early detection of breast cancer.
Long Island Trends has put together an article made to inform women of early detection, and the signs to look for when conducting a proper breast exam.
|Posted on October 16, 2013 at 2:40 PM|
Vasilis teaches up and coming players tips and tricks on the court. In this video he shows the importance of returning your focus on the ball.
The return can easily be considered to be one of the two most important shots in tennis. When your opponent serves, you want to hit a return that will allow you in the best-case scenario to take control over the point or in the worst-case scenario remain in the point and give yourself a chance to win it.
See more tennis tips from Vasilis at:
|Posted on October 16, 2013 at 11:45 AM|
What is NYC Local Law 87, and does it affect you? The Cotocon Group can give you all the information you need to know about this NYC Law.
|Posted on October 10, 2013 at 12:35 AM|
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|Posted on October 9, 2013 at 10:15 AM|
GR Flooring is "More than a Wood Floor"
See for yourself @ http://www.grwoodflooring.com/
Did you know they are also Long Island's premiere and ONLY UV curing service.
|Posted on October 7, 2013 at 1:50 PM|
Realty Connects LI had an excellent show last Friday! Watch it by clicking the link below!
|Posted on August 30, 2013 at 10:25 AM|
Did You Hear The News??
Inside Lacrosse will be chatting live with six-time Major League Lacrosse Champion Brian Spallina via Google+ Hangout on Friday at 11 a.m. The veteran defenseman comes off his second straight MLL title with the Chesapeake Bayhawks and will also be talking about his new endorsement deal with Wreckless Apparel Group!
Check out the full link below! Dont forget to check our page daily for more lacrosse news and events!
|Posted on August 29, 2013 at 12:00 AM|
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|Posted on August 28, 2013 at 11:40 AM|
MELVILLE New Firehouse Blazes Green Path
District aims for LEED-Silver ranking on its new substation
By Danny Schrafel
Melville Fire District officials broke ground on a
new, environmentally friendly, $4-milllion substation Saturday.
The one-story substation, located off Route 110 on Amityville Road near the Northern State Parkway, has a 8,623-square-foot footprint on 0.83 acres, and includes a partial cellar, a truck room doubled in size and improved ventilation systems.
District officials said the cost is in the area of $4 million, which will be drawn from Melville FD’s capital reserve fund.
Melville FD Chief Michael Carrieri said the new facility would bring immediate safety improvements for volunteers using the facility.
“The firehouse we had before was very, very small, especially the truck room,” Carrieri said. “These guys were gearing up one foot away from the side of the truck when the truck was rolling out – it’s very dangerous.”
The facility, which will be one of Melville’s three substations, will also provide additional training and storage space for volunteers.
Not only is the facility conscious of the volunteers who will use it, it is also being built to be environmentally friendly.
Jimmy Carchietta, a representative of the Cotocan Group, the project’s LEED consulting firm, is expecting the substation to receive Silver certification.
“We’re setting a benchmark for the Town of Huntington… we’re setting a benchmark for Long Island, really,” added Robert Rodrigues, site supervisor for the construction management firm, Alden Group.
The path to LEED ranking began right after demolition, officials explained. Excavation for the new substation began on Monday.
“We’ll be recycling the existing building and using all that material to come back to the site as base material,” Carchietta said. “We’re also going to be also recycling the bank run that comes out of this facility, and that’s going to go to the concrete plant.”
High-efficiency equipment, which will reduce the use of electricity, water and heat, is also being incorporated to limit the ongoing environmental impact.
Officials are hoping the exterior will be complete by November, allowing crews to work through the winter on the interior and finish the project by July 2014.
|Posted on August 21, 2013 at 11:50 AM|
|Posted on August 21, 2013 at 9:15 AM|