recent blog posts
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- My Travels on "Rhineland Discovery": A Beautiful Day in the Black Forest
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- 5 Beautiful Ways to Prep for Winter
- Signs You May Have a Bladder Issue
- My Travels on "Rhineland Discovery": A Best-Ever Full-Day Feast in Strasbourg
- Tips for Keeping Your Healthy Motivation Strong
Tuesday, May 17th 2011
I am so upset I don't know whether to scream or cry.
Thursday, May 12th 2011
I have milk on the brain lately. It all started this past weekend when my dad was visiting. I went food shopping (as I always do before his visits—he loves to eat!) and picked up some almond milk, after hearing people tell me how good it was. Before dad arrived, I opened the carton and poured myself a tiny bit to taste. It was delicious! A tiny taste became a full glass. I was surprised at how good it tasted and was excited to discover something new.
Friday, May 06th 2011
by guest blogger Mary Jo Wallo, founder of the Blue Thong Society
As the founder of a national women's organization, the Blue Thong Society, the owner of a financial services practice for over 26 years and now a new grandma, my life is very full! So how do I stay so motivated and healthy?
Wednesday, May 04th 2011
I couldn't help but think of the irony of it all when I read about the latest on liposuction earlier this week.
Thursday, Apr 28th 2011
Do you remember when aging was no more work than planning your next birthday celebration? Alas, everything changes. Aging well—and successfully—is a composite of so many factors: social, spiritual, psychological, physical. That's why I'm in awe of people who manage to do it so well.
Tuesday, Apr 19th 2011
Back in the late '80s, I was a new mommy at home with two babies, toting around—in addition to diaper bags and all that baby paraphernalia—35 extra po