Tag Archives: women’s health

Bringing Outdoor Sports Inside

I have received several emails over the past year asking me about my treadmill. I haven’t answered any of them. Yes, I love my treadmill (I average 12-15 miles a week) and my gym (a huge beautiful white room that … Continue reading

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Stand Up

We need to stand up and tell women they are valued, they are loved , and they can be protected –Jaha dukireh Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on … Continue reading

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The Restaurant Critic’s Wife Meets Pasta

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
L, a great colleague, handed me the book The Restaurant Critic’s Wife by Elizabeth LaBan. L informed me that I had to toss my ridiculous rule out the window and read the…

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Health and Happiness

You Don’t Get Anywhere in Life By Sitting Still I bought myself a treadmill . Yes, I am a runner. I know some in the running community will consider this machine blasphemes, but I don’t care. I enjoy running indoors as … Continue reading

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The Restaurant Critic’s Wife Meets Pasta

L, a great colleague, handed me the book The Restaurant Critic’s Wife by Elizabeth LaBan. L informed me that I had to toss my ridiculous rule out the window and read the book to the very end. Opening the book, … Continue reading

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