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Day 20 – Eat This, Toss That

Blueberries.  You can pretty much eat as many blueberries as you can afford to buy, and they will be good for you! But let’s say I pictured a bag of chips instead.  You can’t really have an all you can eat chip fest and get the same results as chowing […]


Day 19 – Closed for Renovations

Wouldn’t it be nice to hang a “closed” sign over your life for a day? Just like a restaurant closes for renovations, in today’s reading, I write about closing down for a few life renovations.  I to encourage women to schedule in down time to catch up and take […]


Day 18 – I’m Not 13, But My Hormones are Raging!

I haven’t experienced the joy of menopause yet. The hot flashes. The mood swings. The weight gain. Did I miss anything? That’s why I interviewed Danna Demetre, RN and author of The Menopause Guide and The Heat is On about surviving and thriving during the menopause years.  Danna is an […]


Day 17 – Plastic Surgery, Botox, and Other Modern Marvels

We’ve been talking about the heart and mind, now it’s time to lo at the body. When I say “the body,” do you cringe inwardly?  Maybe you need to lose a few pounds.  Maybe the aches and pains in your body are growing louder each day.  Maybe the wrinkles are […]


Day 16 – What’s Next?

“What’s next?” is a question for the small and big stuff of life. I’ve eaten my breakfast.  What’s next? Now I’m retired after 35 years in the same career.  What’s next? In this chapter about transition, I write about three women I highly admire:  Organizing Pro Marcia Ramsland, TV news […]


Day 15 – Laugh and Eat Chocolate

Growing up, I did not like dark chocolate.  I thought it was too bitter.  Now I think it’s divine! So when research said that dark chocolate was good for you, I was thrilled.  Now we have a medical excuse to eat dark chocolate.  But of course, there are those pesky […]


Day 14 – Whatever Happens, Remain Calm

Since I have young kids (ages 6, 4 and 1), at least once a day¸ I’m saying, “It’s ay.  Stay calm.  Mommy will fix it.” Isn’t it true that we need someone to say that to us at least once a day too? Here’s when I need to hear those […]