The most precious gift during the holidays

When you think about the holidays of the past, what comes to mind? Do you remember each gift that you received and how well it was wrapped? Or, do you...

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Spending Christmas Alone by Rodara Nelloms

This week, I have invited Rodara Nelloms back to provide tips on how to enjoy the holidays when you’re not able to spend time with your loved ones. Rodara is...

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Success University for Women in Leadership

This week, rather than sharing my health tips, I wanted to share with you the very exciting news that I’ve been working on a book that launched on Tuesday, November...

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The Housekeeper: Helping Seniors Cope with Loss

This week, I’ve invited Jackie Waters, owner of Hyper Tidy, to provide her insight on how we can help seniors cope with the loss of their spouse. Living on a...

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Dressing For Health

You’re healthy, or at least you believe you are. You exercise daily. You are mindful about every morsel of food that enters your mouth. You don’t smoke. You don’t drink....

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Natural Fuel for the Brain

    The brain is a powerful thing to lose. It’s the motherboard of your body, controlling all your functions and how your systems work together to keep you active...

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The Links Between the Environment and Disease

Is disease caused by germs or is it the result of processes gone awry in your body? This has been in debate for over a century which has led to...

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Healthy Steps For Toxic Work Environments

Men are more likely than women to work in toxic environments.  For example, you could be working as a fire fighter, automobile repair shop, or in the construction industry, where...

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Caring For an Aging Mind

This week, I’ve invited R. Nelloms to write as a guest blogger for the following article. She is the co-author of the comedic novel, Private Eyes, a ghostwriter, and a...

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