• Seven Signs of Heart Attack in Women

    We’ve all seen it before in the movies: a man gasps, clutches his chest and falls to the ground. They call 911 and then it’s revealed that he had a heart attack. In real life though, it’s typically not that simple or dramatic, especially if the heart attack victim is…

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  • 5 Tips on Caring for Your Elderly Parents

    The older we get, our parents do as well. For many of us, it becomes our responsibility to take care of Mom and Dad as they get on with age, and I know most families face difficult questions about how to handle and navigate elderly care. Equally important is open…

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  • Letting Go of the Scale

    Have you ever felt controlled by what the scale is telling you? Maybe you’ve got that “magic” number in your head: “All I need is to reach X pounds…” “Just X more pounds to go and I’ll be happy!” And, when you do step on the scale, you’re holding your…

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  • Can you forgive yourself as you would forgive others?

    “Commitment is a considered response rather than an immediate reaction and requires our continued vigilance and energy. A decision takes place in a moment in time while a commitment consists of many consistent decisions over time.” – Caruso Leadership In this blog, I want to encourage each of you to…

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  • Did you slow dance to “Stairway to Heaven?”

    The other night at dinner we started to talk about music and how it brings back memories. I must admit that I was very slow to join the music scene as a teenager and probably the biggest nerd in my high school class of 1981. My choice of music consisted…

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  • Is Memory Loss A Part of Normal Aging?

    The simple answer is YES. Do you feel at times you are “losing it”? Maybe you walk into a room and can’t remember why? Ever misplaced your keys/reading glasses? Gotten in your car and needed to go back into the house because you forgot something – ever done that twice…

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  • Let’s Get Accountable

    “Accountability is the glue that ties commitment to the result” ~ Bob Proctor  Are you self-motivated or are you more inspired when you have someone to work with you? Your answer might vary depending on the activity or task. For me, I love to work-out with a partner. Meeting a friend at the gym or at an exercise class gives…

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  • How to Create Your Vision

    “The only thing worse than being blind is having sight with no vision.” Helen Keller The story of Helen Keller is where I was able to pull inspiration for this blog. She was born in Alabama (a southern girl) in 1880 and lost her hearing/sight at 19 months due to…

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