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svetlana-feller's picture
Nov.29.2011
The winter months are upon us, and so now's the time to think differently about the way you care for your skin. While certain things will remain the same (never skip sunscreen, even when it's raining or snowing!), other aspects of your skin-care routine will change to adapt to the colder,...
rhoda-p-curtis's picture
Nov.28.2011
There are two support patterns that help to structure our lives--routine and ritual, and they are not the same. Routine means habits that give form to our daily lives--brushing our teeth, changing our underwear, eating at specific times, making appointments. Routine requires discipline, and...
nicole-cothrun-venables's picture
Nov.21.2011
The winter months can definitely throw a wrench into fabulous hair for the holidays. Cold temperatures and dry and windy days wreak havoc on our locks, rendering whole new challenges for our hair care and beauty maintenance routines. The overly-dry atmosphere and cold-weather elements deplete...
susan-morales's picture
Nov.15.2011
I often hear, "I don't have time to meditate." In our society where time equals money, this statement is hard to dispute. The new movie "In Time" takes this concept to the extreme. Time has become the currency. A cup of coffee costs four minutes of one's life. The very fact that time is precious is...
derek-rydall's picture
Nov.14.2011
"To he who is right in mind, he can do all the wrong things and it will still turn out right. To she who is wrong in mind, she can do all the right things and it will still turn out wrong." As we watch the Wall Street rich get richer (many of whom created our economic crisis) while honest, hard...
fritz-strobl's picture
Nov.14.2011
As a neurologist who has treated memory problems for more than 30 years at the Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology, the question I hear every day is, "How can I keep my mind active and sharp?" Here are 10 ways that I recommend: Engage in Mental Exercises. The brain is an organ that needs exercise. It...
kala-ambrose's picture
Nov.11.2011
In the fall season, we focus on reflection (looking at what we've accomplished thus far this year), connection (spending the holidays with family and friends) and introspection (tuning in to spirit and our hopes and dreams). This season provides ample opportunity to say a prayer of gratitude for...
rhoda-p-curtis's picture
Nov.08.2011
At a recent meeting with older adults, one of the participants leaned over and asked me, earnestly, "How do you cope with change?" I replied, "It's very difficult." Several possible answers flashed through my mind--a flippant one, "with difficulty"; but I managed too look carefully at this...
svetlana-feller's picture
Nov.07.2011
Fall is a time to repair and restore. As the seasons change, so do thoughts about our skincare and fitness routines. Stay out of those old patterns of putting away your skin and fitness goals when you pull out the jeans and sweaters. Make this fall the time to bump it up, and improve on the...
rita-schiano's picture
Oct.26.2011
In 1969, Joseph Stein together with John Kander (music) and Fred Ebb (lyrics) adapted the novel Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis into a Broadway musical. The show opens (and ends) with the song "Life Is," with lyrics that bolster Alexis Zorba's credo that you must grab life while you can. In...