Journey - Karen Berrios


The Best Oils To Keep In Your Kitchen

By Karen Berrios | January 12, 2021

There’s a big chance you have at least one oil in your house that you cook with, or use in dressings. Sometimes even baking! (Have you tried olive oil cake? YUM!) Oils are a consistent staple in so many people’s diets- mine included! So it’s important to know which oils are the best for baking.…

Prayer for Protection – Psalm 61

By Karen Berrios | January 11, 2021

O God, hear my prayer. Listen to my heart’s cry. For no matter where I am, even when I’m far from home I will cry out to you for a Father’s help. When I’m feeble and overwhelmed by life, guide me into your glory where I am safe and sheltered. Lord, you are a paradise…

January Thyroid Awareness Month 2021

By Karen Berrios | January 8, 2021

This month is so personal and precious to me. I am a thyroid cancer survivor and I have seen in my life first hand just how many people are affected by a thyroid disease. To be able to be in a position to shed some light on this topic is precious to me because I…

Why You Should Stay Away From Aspartame

By Karen Berrios | January 5, 2021

Aspartame is a popular low calorie sweetener. It is all over in breads, gum, sodas, yogurts, candies… just to name a few! Many companies and corporations do their best to make us feel safe when consuming aspartame but the reality is that it is not good for us. It is beyond me why it is…

Emotional Wellness Goals for 2021 and How to Reach Them!

By Karen Berrios | December 30, 2020

I wrote a post on my physical health goals, but I think emotional wellness is even MORE important. Why have the body right when the mind isn’t? I know it is easier said than done. When I was diagnosed with cancer, I first did everything I could to heal my body. Diet. Exercise. Treatments. Routines.…

The Sting of Compassion

By Karen Berrios | December 30, 2020

At times we get stuck into what should take place according to rules and traditions placed by men, governments, religions, etc. There is a story in the bible in Luke 6:6-11 where Jesus defiles the day of the sabbath to bring healing to a man. This was unacceptable by the religious men but Jesus’ act…