Defying gravity is a science, an art, and a labor of love. Aging gracefully should be embraced with abandonment and include healthy activities that bring you great joy! What will you do today to invest in a healthy aging way of life?
There is a little talked about, silent epidemic that is growing among families-parental estrangement from adult children. No matter the reasons or how it initially happened one thing is clear, it is the child’s reality and nothing you can do or say will convince them otherwise. Dr. Joshua Coleman has done much work on the […]
Two men, both seriously ill, occupied the same hospital room. One man was allowed to sit up in his bed for an hour each afternoon to help drain the fluid from his lungs. His bed was next to the room’s only window. The other man had to spend all his time flat on his back. […]
The past seven days in our house have been spent in wonder and in worry; and in searching for Scout. Scout is our friend, our aging friend that brings us so much joy. Scout is 12 years old and has diabetes. Scout is blind and on insulin. Twice a day I say “It’s Insulin time!” […]
Have I said how much I love Sundays? I know, I know,…..I say it all the time. Sundays are great for S L O W. Sundays for me are slowing down in love, in our relationships, in prayer and thanks, AND delishing in slow food. My Sundays are in preparation for the week ahead. I […]
In order to grow we must change. It doesn’t happen overnight. Change happens on a day in, day out basis, whether we like it or not. You either ignore change, resist change, or make change. If you want to make change you must check-in with yourself on a daily basis. If you want to grow […]
After making my hubby his favorite Huevo’s Rancho’s for his Fathers Day breakfast I headed back into the kitchen to make this clean yummy eat for me. An Egg White Goat Cheese Omelette. Instead of potatoes I sautéed Kale and Tomatillo’s and topped it all with salsa and roasted red peppers. Yum! Instead of the […]