Tuesday, May 16, 2023

Just Like The Flowers, You Need Water Too!

 Just Like The Flowers, You Need Water Too!

We’re in Utah, just South of Salt Lake City.
  Our youngest son, Anthony, and his family moved up here in January of 2023 and although it’s been difficult since they no longer live close to us, it’s great to have this beautiful place to visit. Just two and a half weeks ago they had their second baby, a little girl they named “Piper.” We flew up here to meet and love on her!  At the same time, our son is getting ready to open his chiropractic office so my husband, Robert’s been helping put together bookshelves and transfer all kinds of office equipment from their house to Anthony’s “Brightside Chiropractic” office in the city of Sandy.  It’s been a busy two days so far.


 I skied with my son when I was here in February, and now it’s 80 degrees out, clear blue skies, and lots of outdoor activities to enjoy.  Yesterday we hiked up to a lake.  Even his two-and-a-half-year-old, Vail, made it the one-mile uphill, traversing over some gnarly rocks. As we climbed up the rugged dirt trail, we made our way through some spectacular scenery.  Anthony’s wife, Saige, carried their newborn in a front papoose-type carrier.  Saige has been hiking and back at the gym, lifting heavy weights, for over a week now!  This is one of the beautiful things about having an unmedicated at-home birth.  Both baby and mommy are usually ready to do much more than had they both been poked and prodded in a hospital.  


Back to the hike.  This time of the year the mountains are peppered with all kinds of beautiful wildflowers; purple, white, pink, green, yellow, and orange.  I couldn’t wait to start picking them, so the small bouquet continued to grow as I carried it uphill. The small bunch of delicate lovelies also contained some wild lavender, so the smell was amazing.  By the time we got to the lake, I realized that picking them on the way down would have been a better idea since all of them were at that point, wilted and sad.


I didn’t give the flowers much hope for survival, but I decided to stick them in water once we got back to the house.  To my surprise, in only an hour, the happy bunch perked back up in a full display of their original splendor! As I shared my delighted discovery Anthony replied, “Mom, this is a great example of what happens to us when we become dehydrated!”  How true this is and what a great reminder nature provided me today.  


Remember to drink good, fresh, clean water as the warmer months are upon us in the Northern Hemisphere. Drink half your body weight in ounces of water each day.  For example:  if you are 150 lbs., drink at least 75 ounces of water daily.  If you are very active in sports make sure to drink even more.  If you start feeling tired in the afternoon, try downing a big glass of water.  Your fatigue may be a symptom of dehydration, and not actual tiredness from lack of sleep.  When you feel wilted, drink up!

Fearlessly, Donna


"But whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”

John 4:14

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Tuesday, May 9, 2023

New Book is Out! "Fearless Women, Transform Negative Emotions into Positive Realities"

 Hello Healthy, Happy, Fearless friends!

Just in time for the perfect Mother's Day gift!  My newest book. 

  Please order on Amazon from this link: 

      Fearless Women, Transform Negative Emotions into Positive Realities

  Contained within its 40 chapters are some of my personal stories of success and failure, joy and sorrow.  This 40 weeks to fearlessness will help you overcome any and all situations you are facing as you discover how to transform and rebuild your struggles and brokenness into something incredible for God!

 Never before in my life have I witnessed the hopelessness, worry, anxiety, and negativity that has infected the minds of so many in the last few years.  This is NOT God's plan.  Read my book and learn how to quiet the negative voices in your head, let go of bad relationships, and live with honesty, integrity, and gratefulness.  Embrace your faith with newfound intentionality and passion.  Believe that you are God's unique and beautiful creation.  He longs to have a relationship with you through Jesus.

I haven't posted anything new because my husband and I started a church in March 2020.  I've been swamped!  You read that correctly, when most all churches closed by way of government mandates, we decided to follow Jesus and we chose faith over fear.   With no building, no staff, and no equipment, after calling every local commercial real estate holder we knew, we got someone to allow us to meet in one of their holdings, an office parking lot.   On March 29th we started our pop-up church, Drive-In Church OC.  After several months of meeting in that parking lot, we found another place to meet in Newport Dunes and we met there for another year and a half.  As of May 2022, we've been meeting at the Newport Beach Civic Center in the Community Room.  It's a great, indoor, outdoor, drive-in venue that suits the needs of the freedom-loving, God-honoring, unique, and wonderful people who come to hear a message of hope, freedom, and fearlessness in Jesus. 

It's great to reconnect with you.  Let me hear from you soon.

God is blessing you with fearlessness.   Donna

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Choose Hope

I 'm sure some think I'm unrealistic for not choosing to let fear live in my body, mind, and soul. I have no fear because I am a walking experiment in what faith and truth has done in my life-for my life. I've traveled into the deepest jungles in The Democratic Republic of The Congo (during Civil War and disease outbreaks), The Philippines (during religious wars), Uganda, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Paraguay, Brazil. More than once, I've crossed into the Palestinian territories, even talking with local residents cooking food outside (you think I didn't get some looks as a white, blonde-haired, blue-eyed, 5'9" American) I've ventured into the outskirts of Russia, Mongolia, Kiev, and so many other countries.... these are just the ones that come to mind. All of this because of my ministry/work with my husband. All of this travel without vax Ines (misspelled for a reason). #nocensoring. I have always been proactive with my health and I have traveled with nutritional supplements, drank lots of water, eaten as healthy as possible, avoided refined sugar, and more. . Most of all, I pray every day and I believe that God answers prayers. Not always the way I want him to. No, I don't get everything I pray for. God always gives me everything I need. I believe this with every cell in my body. I am #hopeful. "suffering produces perseverance, perseverance builds character, and character produces hope." (paraphrased from my life verse. Romans 5:-1-5

Let me know if you need help navigating these times. 
 Keep the faith.  We are getting through this!

Sunday, February 2, 2020

9 (plus) Ways to Help You Survive Flu Season

1)   Avoid sugar.  Sugar poisons white blood cells and you need those white blood cell warriors to help fight stuff off.

2)   Wash your hands with warm soap and water several times a day. Use a nail brush and scrub under your fingernails.   I have a brush on each of my sinks.  

       Drink lots of water.  Take your body weight and cut it in half and drink that number in ounces of water per day.  (example: ½ of 150 lbs. = 75 oz of H2o a day)

6)   Take 1,000 mg. of Vitamin C a day several times a day, or every hour if you are already under the weather. You'll know you've had enough when your bowels get loose.  Take 10,000 mg of vitamin D3 per day, or 50,000 per day for 3-4 days if you are already ill.  Take 20 mg of zinc per day. And....if you're not well, take 100,000 mg Vitamin A (not beta-carotene) for 4 days.   

7)   Get regular chiropractic adjustments.  Studies show that people who do, have a 200-400% boost in their immune system. 

8)   Do not get a flu shot!  If you want to read studies that have proven that flu shots are ineffective and lower your immune system for whatever flu strain the shot is not intended to help, let me know.  

9)   Get lots of sleep.  8 hours a night, or more, if you aren’t feeling well.  Say no to things you don’t have to do.  

P.S. Keep your hands away from your face.  (don't touch your eyes, nose, mouth)

Questions?  Donna@DonnaSchuller.com

Saturday, January 18, 2020

3 Great Things To Do for Yourself in 2020

3 Great Things to Do for Yourself in 2020

Resolutions, goals, good intentions, and promises; the first part of January is the time most people proclaim the changes they will make to improve themselves and their life in the new year.  

January is half over and I know many have already given up their intentions. Why? Because they set objectives that were unrealistic or too hard to accomplish.  They felt discouraged so they quit.   Maybe this happened to you.

Great news…. you don’t have to be so set in your ways that you can’t adopt these 3 things and create an exciting and fulfilling adventure in 2020.  The year is very young.

Here’s what you can do going forward.

1)     Pick one word that will be your motto or your focus for 2020.  That one word will overlap with all areas of your life including your: 

2)     Out of the list of areas above choose 1-3 areas you can improve on that will have the greatest impact for good, for yourself and for your life.

3)    Make a list of the areas of your life above, and the steps you’re going to take to make the changes happen.  

This should take a few hours or maybe a few days. Contemplate and pray about it.
Once you’ve done this, write it all out and place it in one or more prominent places where you will see what you’ve written at least a couple of times a day.   
If you need help with any of this process, this is what I do!  Email me and I can help you.