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Advanced Directives of Peace of Mind

There are so many facets to gaining peace of mind. Unified Caring Association (UCA) has many caring tools and resources for self-care, caregivers, our families and pets. These tools can help us with difficult times, celebrate happiness and help us gain peace of mind. One caring resource the UCA has for our members is found … Read moreAdvanced Directives of Peace of Mind

Helping Women Get Back on Their Feet

Small caring acts of kindness can help change the world one person at a time. During the year Unified Caring Association (UCA) teams up with caring organizations to help bring more caring into the world. Recently we teamed up with Women Helping Women to help 80 girls get back on their feet. We would love … Read moreHelping Women Get Back on Their Feet

Self-Care Through Heart Care

Recognizing that self-care is a necessity is important for our health. Take yourself on a walk, eat a nutritious diet, and take time to connect with others. But self-care has another facet, it also involves nurturing our mental and emotional hearts. We at Unified Caring Association (UCA) have been reading articles written by HeartMath™ about … Read moreSelf-Care Through Heart Care

Mid-Life NO Crisis

Life is a journey that has many twists and turns. While on this adventure we have milestones such as taking our first steps as a toddler, turning 16 and learning to drive, graduating college, and so on. One milestone that many of us dread is hitting midlife. We at Unified Caring Association (UCA) want to … Read moreMid-Life NO Crisis

Appreciation Techniques: Heart-Focused Breathing & Heart-Lock In

Thanksgiving has just passed. The season can be filled with feelings of joy, friendship, family, and gratitude. There are many ways to source those feelings and a few that are sure to work.  One of these ways is through two techniques developed by our caring friends at HeartMath: Heart-Focused BreathingTM  and Heart-Lock InTM. With a … Read moreAppreciation Techniques: Heart-Focused Breathing & Heart-Lock In

Monitoring Health with Biofeedback

Joyce Meyer once said, “I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you.” But there is just one problem, how often do we really track our health and nutrition? Most of us would say that we struggle with this aspect of life. We at Unified Caring … Read moreMonitoring Health with Biofeedback

Caring Scholarships Deadline Approaching

Unified Caring Association (UCA) believes that education is very important to help bring more caring to our world. To help this happen, we hold scholarship contests throughout the year. There is a scholarship open at this time and the deadline is fast approaching! This one is for U.S. high school juniors and seniors, and we … Read moreCaring Scholarships Deadline Approaching

One Tree Planted T.R.E.E.S. Program for Kids

As a hub for caring acts for people, animals and the planet, we at Unified Caring Association (UCA) are jumping for joy about reforestation efforts of our friends at One Tree Planted. What makes us extra excited? Our friends at One Tree Planted have a surprise that we are so enthusiastic to share with our … Read moreOne Tree Planted T.R.E.E.S. Program for Kids

How Can Mindfulness Help Us Solve Problems?

Kindness is an aspect of self-compassion and helps protect us against harsh self-criticisms by inspiring people to take a risk and explore new mental territory that can lead us to innovative solutions. Being self-aware and mindful support this mental exploration. We at Unified Caring Association (UCA) read and research a ton of articles. We scour … Read moreHow Can Mindfulness Help Us Solve Problems?

Caring Communi-“tees”

t-shirts Unified Caring Association (UCA) has a wide variety of caring items for purchase in our Caring Community Store. Items in our store include health monitors, personal care, journals, books, fun household items, and our newest addition are t-shirts that have a bit of fun for each one! Generate more joy as you go through … Read moreCaring Communi-“tees”