Saturday, February 5, 2011

Review of eArthritisHealth

I was recently contacted by someone closely associated with the creation of a new arthritis resource site. is a group of websites that provide information and resources about a variety of painful, chronic conditions. Their newest site is is currently being updated to be similar to its sister site, If you visit Spine-Health, you will see information based on specific conditions, treatment options, wellness, pain forums, a doctor locator and so much more.

eArthritisHealth is still in its beta version but it is currently being updated to be set to a similar tone as Spine-Health is. eArthritisHealth offers a library of resources on joint pain and various forms of arthritis and their symptoms, cases, diagnosis and treatment options. The sites includes educational videos, a glossary of medical terms and doctor written articles. Right now, their main focus is on osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis but as soon as the site is more established, it will include more information about a multitude of arthritis conditions. You can also stay updated with their eArthritisHealth newsletter.

When you have an opportunity, please check out eArthritisHealth and leave some feedback here. Let me how what you thought of the site. What suggestions do you have? What things should they change, remove or add?

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Soulprint by Mark Batterson

I finally got around to reading Soulprint by Mark Batterson.  This is a truly amazing book in particular it focusing on discovery of divine destinies.  What is great about that is that Batterson emphasizes on something that most of us already know about ourselves but have never really considering.  The reality is that God made each of us unique and he made us unique because he wanted us to fulfill a specific purpose or destiny.  Moreover, that destiny lies in our memories and how they have made us the people we are today.

This is the first time I came across a Mark Batterson writing but I am absolutely amazed at how he can pull a reader in.  Plus, the book is well written and easy to follow.  The thing I have been able to take from this book is truly unique I am and how life has made me the person that I am today.  As a result of those experiences, I can be a better person daily by simply discovering who I am beneath all these stubborn, often difficult, layers.

When I first received this book, I thought it a book at religion but it is a book about worshiping God in your way and based on your religious or spiritual beliefs.  For those of you think it is centered on one particular religion, it is not and it is well worth your read.

You can purchase Soulprint at Amazon and many other online retailers.