EMOTIONAL RELEASE: Your Path Back To Health

emotional release

Unresolved negative thoughts, feelings and emotions may be contributing to, and be the root cause of your depression, weight problems, and poor health. You can do something about it!  Emotional release is your path back to health. Allow yourself to move into more joy, health, and peace of mind. 

I get asked quite frequently by my clients and friends how I discovered and started using muscle testing, EFT and all the other holistic methods I use. So I thought I would type up a little post about my journey. It was on my quest for better health that I learned all of these things. Each experience being another piece to the puzzle. We all have different journeys and we all experience different things. Some of our experiences are very traumatic, while others not so much. Some of us experience more emotional pain than physical pain. You may wonder at times, “why me”?  But I feel the things we experience are for our learning and to help us become who we are supposed to become, and perhaps to help someone else.


One of my kids, I don’t remember which one, but they said to me one day, “thanks for being sick.” I knew what they meant, and they quickly explained that they were grateful for the things that I have learned and taught them while going through my health challenges. I know it sounds strange, but I too am grateful that I have experienced challenges in my health.

I have been led to some awesome people, and learned more about nutrition, herbs, emotions, energy, and the amazing human body; all of which I may not have learned had I not been compelled to do so.

I hesitate to share too much about my personal life, and the things I am experiencing, but if it can help someone who is going through the same thing, maybe it is time for me to speak up.

So here is a little bit about how I came to know what I know. What I share may or may not ring true to you, if it does great, if not, move on to other things. By the way, my journey is not complete, I am STILL learning and still not completely healed, BUT ARE WE EVER?

Perhaps we can connect and help each other along this wonderful ride of life.

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How To Make Crepes // Simple Delicious Recipe

crepe recipe

This is a recipe I got from a friend way back in 6th grade.  (I won’t say how long that has been). Every time I make these up I can’t help think of my dear friend Merit who introduced me to this yummy breakfast treat.  We would have sleepovers quite frequently at her house and her mom would make these for us.  I’ll bet there were about 10-12 girls that her mother would feed.  She always served them with strawberry jam and whipped cream.  It is more like dessert than breakfast.

We had a bunch of strawberries this weekend so the kids wanted to make crepes.  I figured I might as well take a few photos while I was at it.  After all, I hadn’t added this favorite to my recipe collection yet.

Here are a few tips and tricks.

Crepes butter pan

Add a dab of butter to a crepe pan or a wok works great too. Pick up the pan and swish the butter around to coat the pan.


Swish the butter around and add about 1/2 cup of batter to the pan. Pick up the pan and swirl the batter around the pan to spread it out into an even big circle. Take a large spoon and smooth out the batter to make even edges.

Crepes flip

Allow it to cook until the batter isn’t runny. This only takes a few minutes. Use a metal spatula to gently flip the crepe over.

Crepes serving

Cook for another few minutes. Repeat the process until all the batter has been used.

Crepes toppings

Fill your crepes with berries and cream, Nutella, peanut butter, chicken, cheese, or whatever your heart desires.

Crepes Ingredients (6 servings)

  • 2 1/2 cups flour
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 2 cups milk (rice, almond, or soy milk also works great)
  • 2 Tablespoons sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • 2 Tablespoons vanilla

Crepes Instructions

  • Mix the milk, eggs, and vanilla together.
  • Add dry ingredients and mix well with a whisk.

Makes about 12, six-inch crepes.


How To Make Crepes // Simple Delicious Recipe

crepe recipe

These crepes are ultra thin and delicate with the most buttery crisp edges. Easy to make and delicious! 

  • Prep Time5 min
  • Cook Time10 min
  • Total Time15 min
  • Yield6 Servings


    • 2 1/2 cups flour
    • 1/2 tsp. salt
    • 2 cups milk (rice, almond or soy milk also works great)
    • 2 Tablespoons sugar
    • 4 eggs
    • 2 Tablespoons vanilla



Mix the milk, eggs and vanilla together.


Add dry ingredients and mix well with a whisk.


Makes about 12, six inch crepes.




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Jan Howell

Whether it’s a new recipe, a fun craft, or some handy tips for your garden and home, I hope to empower and inspire you with skills that you can use to create joy, improved health, and to do it in a simple way.

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