It’s the Money, Honey

Money Who hasn’t struggled with money—finding it, keeping it, saving it 

 sweeping it under the carpet My husband experiences buyer’s remorse when he goes through a tollbooth. I, on the other, hand think nothing of dropping $89 on a designer stash of chocolate from France
hand painted with vegetable dyes 
too pretty to eat
divine and […]

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Elder Care or Care(less)

We walk into the front lobby and we feel comforted by the giant birdcage, the pleasant arrangement of magazines that adorn the contemporary stone table between two warm and cozy chairs. We don’t notice that the magazines are old copies of Runner’s World. It’s been a very long time since any of the residents here […]

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Raw Food Rapture, No More Java

No more java? It’s been a long time since I gave up my morning dose of caffeine in a cup but I do remember the experience. Vividly. It was like a week-long hangover—dull aching headache, a when-will-I-wake-up-and-smell-the-roses again feel as I viewed my surroundings through the low-lying fog in my brain. I was traveling with […]

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12 Reasons to Shop at MOMs Organic Market (or a similar market near you)

Over-the-Moon About MOMs I’m over-the-moon excited about a new market that’s opening up in town: MOMs Organic Market. True confession: I’m a grocery store zealot. Not just any grocery store. I haven’t shopped in a large chain supermarket in many years. Can’t stand the lighting and my body can no longer tolerate genetically modified, chemical-laden […]

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Gray Hair, Great Legs

I have this thing going on with my hair. And it’s all tied up in a tangle. Not the hair. The thoughts that take up residence in my head every time I look in the mirror or place myself in the hands of a hair stylist.. You see, I’m a holistic health counselor. A culinary […]

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The Girl Effect

A few weeks ago, I shared a post I had seen on facebook. The post read: We need to teach our daughters the difference between a man who flatters her and a man who compliments her, a man who spends money on her and a man who invests in her, a man who views her […]

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Confessions of an Info-junkie

It’s an affliction. I’m convinced of it. I’ve always been a bit of a late bloomer. I didn’t learn to swim until I was 21. Not because I didn’t have strong arms or legs or the desire. I was deathly afraid of water. I couldn’t even shower without  gasping for air when the water washed […]

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Green Tea or Anomaly

Green Tea or Anomaly? I woke up this morning ready to greet the day with grace and gusto but shortly after my feet hit the floor I could tell I was in for a challenge. My head was pounding—very rare for me. I can’t even remember the last time I said, “Not now, honey, I […]

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Energy Leaks

Energy Leaks I remember answering the phone one sunny winter morning. The eager voice at the other end asked, “Could you deliver a talk for our employees on eating for energy?” I told her I’d be happy to craft that talk, hung up the phone, and sat down to write my proposal. A wave of […]

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