- Taking time out of their own lives and careers to care for others
- Getting older
- Living longer than men
Posts Tagged ‘Health’
It’s so easy to get overwhelmed.
A plan to lose weight, start a fitness program, save money, spend more time volunteering, get out the door faster every morning — or do anything new — can be stymied before you even start… if it seems too difficult to achieve. Like most of us, you’ll be tempted to just give up.
There’s a simple solution to streamlining your goals, plans, even beauty routines, so you actually accomplish what you’ve set out to do… successfully. (more…)
I hate perfunctory chemicals, meaning, I hate chemicals that I don’t really need . . . especially in my home. (more…)
ad-dic-tion: the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma.
Since I decided to turn my eating around (about the time I started researching and writing my book, about three years ago), I was introduced to kale. Eating kale has been a huge part of my plan for overall well-being ever since. (more…)
I was a repeat guest on the GROWING BOLDER RADIO SHOW recently, with hosts Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer. In case you missed it . . . just click on this link to listen in! Enjoy the show!
To be authentic, according to most authorities on authenticity, is to be true to one’s own self, to one’s own nature. I suppose Paula Deen, while instructing viewers to add butter, sugar, and more butter and sugar, to her recipes–allegedly based on her “Grandmama Paul’s Southern cooking”–was being authentic, even as she was helping millions of Americans enter the growing group known as “obese.” (more…)