Positivity: What does it all mean? Let’s consult the dictionary

Pos·i·tive (pz-tv) adj. 1. Characterized by or displaying certainty, acceptance, or affirmation. 2. Indicating the presence of a particular disease, condition, or organism. 3. Indicating or characterized by response or motion toward the source of a stimulus, such as light. 4. Relating to or designating electric charge of a sign opposite to that of an electron.

Lift me up, Hallelujah!

Wally was so inspired while watching the Hope for Haiti Now telethon event that he sped (ok, waddled, rolled or possibly scooted) his way on over to share two sizzling hot (and possibly bootleg) video picks for good vibes of his favorite performances: Christina Aguilera and the Justin Timberlake and Matt Morris duet. Wally has a crush on the new bob (and possibly a thing for former Mickey Mouse Club members?) and was blown away by the positive messages of the songs, especially the song performed by Christina, entitled “Lift Me Up”.


Wally can’t wait to share his not-so-new video pick for good vibes. It’s a classic guaranteed to make you smile. Enjoy!

Turn off the lights and light a candle!

Candles are another great addition to your positivity tool belt. Not only are certain aromas known to aid in alleviating physical symptoms, they are also said to aid in inducing feelings of relaxation and positivity. In addition, the candles themselves can become apart of a ritual of healthy behaviors. How so? you ask…

Well, let me count the ways.

New Childhood Vaccine Schedule Released

Today I came across an article that details a new childhood vaccination schedule that was issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Family Physicians. Click here to read the full article. This new vaccine schedule was published as of today in the January 2010 edition of Pediatrics.

Happy New Year!!!

When you feel down and out
Sing a song, it’ll make your day
Here’s a time to shout
Sing a song, it’ll make a way
Sometimes it’s hard to care
Sing a song, it’ll make your day
A smile so hard to bear
Sing a song, it’ll make a way