Running On Empty

Have you been suffering from chronic fatigue lately? Find yourself tossing and turning at night unable to shut off your brain? Feeling at a low... emotionally, physically or spiritually? Have you lost your appetite? Or are you binge eating from stress or boredom? Been looking for your mojo and can't seem to find it anywhere? If you answered yes to…

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Wordless Wednesday

Let the Girls Trip Begin

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Get Your Priorities Straight, Honey!

"I learned that we can do anything, but we can’t do everything.. at least not at the same time. So think of your priorities not in terms of what activities you do, but when you do them. Timing is everything." --Dan Millman As I lead in to today's Blog post, which I dedicate to my husband, who when I asked…

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Fighting The Odds

By Guest Blogger Leah Mitelman On October 16, 2006 I had a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction, by choice. The story began several years earlier, when I was 26 yrs old, and my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. I guess this shouldn't have been too surprising since both my grandmothers had survived their own bouts with breast cancer. My…

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12 Tips On Aging… Not On Fast Forward

Happy Monday, Ladies! I hope you all enjoyed your Mother's Day. I had a wonderful weekend with my family. Yes, I even DANCED Saturday night! If you're a follower of this Blog, you may recall I wrote a post on aging gracefully. I pointed out the simple fact, that no matter how rich, how poor, how thin, how happy, how…

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Wordless Wednesday

Death at 25: Blogging the end of a life Read this incredible CNN Story of courage and love. I would love to know your thoughts. xoxEDxox

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The One Thought That Could Change Your Life

"You are always only one choice away from changing your life." --Mary Blochowiak I came across this quote yesterday in an email and I have to say, it has changed me. Just imagine. Think about this concept. You are one choice away from changing your entire life's direction. ONE CHOICE. If you reflect upon your life, you've come to where…

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When Illness Takes Over a Marriage

By Guest Blogger Teresa Wilkinson John and I were married on April 2, 1991. We eloped because I just couldn't put the details together for our wedding. I couldn't decide what I wanted... the big show or the small family wedding.  Could I survive the embarrassment of all eyes on me at the big show? Or would it be fair…

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Off The Fence With Some Good Ones

Seeming that the Passover Seder is at my house tonight, I am learning to be good to myself and not pile too much on my plate. So think of today as kind of like a re-run episode of one of your favorite TV shows. You're still gonna watch. Please read on, as I want to give you a few of…

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What If This Birthday Was Your Last?

By Man On The Fence I feel that out of all the blog posts I've shared with you, this one should leave the biggest impact. I had the good fortune of meeting an incredible woman many years ago... twenty three to be exact. I was young, single, and I was shopping for towels and linens for my new apartment. When…

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