We hope you are all having a great Holiday Season and have survived the shopping that comes with it. Looking back on this year we have really enjoyed getting to know many of you at various conferences, in our webinars and via phone and emai...l conversations.
Last week my friend Judy gave me a gift. It was wrapped all nice and was the size of a shoebox. I must confess that the thought going through my mind as I started to unwrap it was “Oh great, this is going to be some big ornament that I will have to pretend to like.” What a Ba Humbug!
Posted by Jane Birr @ Thursday, December 20, 2012 @ 09:40am
To live content with small means;To seek elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion;To be honorable, not respectable, and abundant, not rich;To study hard, think quietly, talk gently, act kindly;To listen to the stars and birds,to babes and sages with open heart;To bear all cheerfully, and bravely, await occasion, hurry never;In a world, to let the spiritual, unbideden and uncounscious, grow up through the common.Henry Chandler
Yesterday I went on my first run in over 6 months! I felt like a school girl waitting to go on a first date. A little scared. A little nervous. A little excited. As I laced up my sneakers, I worried if the pain would return. Was I really healed? Had the all the months of physical therapy worked?
National Posture Institute News Story-Healthy lifestyle during menopause may decrease breast cancer risk later on.
Combination of diet and exercise may be as beneficial as drugsObese, postmenopausal women are at greater risk for developing breast cancer and their cancers tend to be more aggressive than those in lean counterparts. A University of Colorado Cancer Center study published in the December issue of the journal Cancer Research shows how this risk might be prevented.