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Hope For Our Babies: #LetsDoThis

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.                              Margaret Meade I … Continue reading

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What A Difference A Day Makes

When we were out walking Ms. Bay today, my husband commented, “What a difference a day makes.” He was referring to the crisp autumn air, the sunshine stretching around white puffy clouds, and the beautifully-colored Fall days that Northern California loves … Continue reading

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Back to Basics

Here’s the tag.   Eight people. Thirty Days. One Journey.To find life, they had to face death. Spoiler alert. Not everybody lives, but 5 out of 8 are able to reverse diseases like prostate cancer, Type II Diabetes, Parkinson’s, Depression, Alcoholism, … Continue reading

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Are You from the Empty or Full School?

Whether you are a pessimist or an optimist is about the story you tell yourself and how you tell it. Joan Borysenko, PhD says it all boils down to your resilience and how you react to stressful events in your … Continue reading

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Meditation Medicine

Now before you go and think I’ve gone all metaphysical on you (again), last Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal featured an article called “Doctor’s Orders: 20 Minutes of Meditation Twice a Day.” Not Om magazine, friends. The Wall Street Journal. We’re talking western … Continue reading

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Using Fame Famously

My favorite Monday workout is a Power class at Sun Oaks Racquet and Tennis Club followed by some time on the treadmill in the cardio room. The timing is perfect because I can watch The View and it’s the only … Continue reading

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Secret Service

“It is one of the most beautiful compensations of life, that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself.” Ralph Waldo Emerson I stumbled upon this concept by accident. When I was younger, it was about the … Continue reading

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Suicide: To Get Out or To Get Healthy

Last night I found out a new friend had killed herself. We didn’t know each other that well, but well enough to have had coffee once and know we had common interests. Not well enough to find this out until … Continue reading

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