recent blog posts
- Self-Care for the Soul: An Interview With Life Coach Pamela Mulhearn
- Which Weight-Loss Program Works?
- Take Me Back to Warm Miami
- The Stomach Flu Myth
- Rebooting Your Exercise Routine
- Setting Intentions For 2015
- How Realistic Are Your Exercise and Weight-Loss Goals?
- So You Think You Can't … Avoid the Flu?
- 7 Ways I've Changed for the Better in 7 Years Post-50
- A Holiday Wish for Peace at Home
Friday, Sep 18th 2009
I've been exercising for so long it's hard to remember when it all first started. After I got diagnosed with breast cancer one of the questions people asked (after "did anyone in your family have it?" - the answer was no, by the way) was "did you always exercise?" (the answer was an emphatic "yes, I did").
Wednesday, Sep 16th 2009
Monday, Sep 14th 2009
Did you ever notice how people with certain types of personalities also have certain kinds of illnesses or health problems? Years ago my oncologist told me that the reason he chose oncology rather than cardiology was that rather than being aggressive and type A, his patients were so grateful and pleasant to deal with. (I, for one, do think there's nothing like a cancer diagnosis to humble you, big time)
Thursday, Sep 10th 2009
Wednesday, Sep 09th 2009
Would you ever imagine that rotting teeth could look like a beautiful piece of art? Or that you'd actually want to see what the back of a nose looks like?
Wednesday, Sep 02nd 2009
In between my unsuccessful multiple attempts at everyday life, I've invited Ruth Pennebaker, writer and blogger at geezersisters.com, to lend her thoughts to the subject of MULTITASKING, which she so aptly wrote about in Continue Reading
Tuesday, Sep 01st 2009
I don't know about you, but I always have an endless stream on my "to do" list. And despite best intentions I'm forever hopeful I can conquer them all by multitasking. Tapping into my quick energy, I move like a hummingbird, wings all aflutter.
But you know what? I usually end up with one big mess; like discovering at 3PM that my breakfast dishes are still in the sink.