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What I Learned From a Bag Lady
I was recently given a poignant gift at a senior workshop. Rose wanted to share an experience. ďDo you have a moment?"
Caregiving Can Be Harmful to Your Health
A groundbreaking new study has revealed that caring for a sick spouse can raise a caregiverīs risk of death by 20%. Here are some suggestions for healthy caregiving:
How to Lose Weight with the Zen No-Diet
Human beings by nature are not creatures of deprivation and in the land of good and plenty, plain and simple, a weight loss program that involves cutting back on food is not going to work culturally. We have to come up with other ways (weighs) to be healthy and look good.
The Surprising Benefits of Writing Love Letters
Writing is as important to learning as reading. The love letter we write to another is really a barometer of how we love ourselves. Here are some tips for writing a love letter and creating an intimate bond.
Sleep Your Weight Away
These days just about everyone wants to lose weight. However, no one wants to feel deprived and hungry or give up comfort food. Here are some tips to help you sleep your weight away.
How To Become Irresistible in Love
Love is the most emotionally-charged, hard-to-define, mysterious word in our personal world. Each one of us desires to be selected, but not as a consolation prize! So how do you identify true love, find it and sustain it?
8 Tips to Eliminate Your Energy Drainers
Are you feeling tired, the kind of tired where nothing really matters anymore? Have your energy levels dipped to the point that you feel like you are dragging around a leg iron? Here are some suggestions to help you get fired up:
How to Brighten the Rest of Winter
Cold weather along with less daylight stresses us out physically and emotionally. Here are some research-based tips on warming your heart during the cold weather.
So You Have Resolved to be Better - Now What?
Now that we have all pointed ourselves in the right direction and passionately pledged to take small steps on the path of self-improvement, how do we avoid, when no one is watching us, jumping into a taxi and heading to the closest and easiest place to give into our old habits?
Resolve to Make Peace with Your Worst Enemy - Yourself
We are surrounded by enemies and itís time to make peace with them: our food, our bodies and our past. This moment, together, letís commit to live life differently by changing our attitudes about our appearance and our accomplishments. Here's how.
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