HOW TO SEW A FACE MASK (ADDING A FILTER POUCH): PART 2 OF 2

I’ve created filter pouch pockets/openings numerous ways but have decided to share the quickest and easiest method with those of you trying this at home. I have tried to make this as simple as possible. Thus, part 2 does not require any sewing and only uses minimal materials.
During these times, it’s suggested you cover your mouth/face when breathing and going into public places, particularly if you will be in close proximity with other individuals. Wash your hands frequently. Don’t touch your face when you’re outside. Try your best to keep at least a six-foot social distance from others.

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Endometriosis

“Endometriosis is a systemic disease with numerous immune & endocrine malfunctions that sometimes result in misplaced tissue. The misplaced tissue is similar to the lining of the uterus, but not exactly the same & is the end point of other aberrations.” — Mary Lou Ballweg (Endometriosis Association President & Founder)

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Creating Healthy Boundaries

Creating and maintaining healthy boundaries is essential to the process of maturing and establishing your identity. Learning how to set healthy boundaries and continuing to enforce them is a critical aspect in your healing journey and mental well-being. Setting boundaries is a method of requesting respect, maintaining individuality in a relationship, but most importantly, it is an act of self-love.

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Living in a Broken System

The system we live in is founded upon an individual’s health. An individual’s ability to contribute to society and make a livelihood is crucial to being able to thrive and success in today’s world. Without good health, the rest of the system becomes harder, or nearly impossible, to attain. After health, education is a huge […]

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