How I Dealt with SAD: Seasonal Affective Disorder

Ten Ways I Beat the Winter Blues

If you reside on planet Earth, you are aware of the storms and wild weather that have affected the U.S. and beyond. California has made the news, not for its famous 5-year drought, but for the record rain and mountain snowfall the entire state has experienced all winter. The rain and foul weather is a …

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Perspectives On…Weight Loss After 50

I have lost SEVEN pounds! Most Americans struggle with their weight--as in too much of it. I have been one of those women who always needed to lose 10-15 pounds. In my younger days, I could eat nothing for two days and lose 5 pounds. Long gone are those days, as if I only had …

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Masks Off: The Mother I Could Have Been

We’re less than a week away from Halloween! If you had to design a costume that channeled your true, innermost self, what would that costume look like? Would you dare to wear it? A while back I wrote a post titled Dream Reader: Perspective On Being A Disappointed Daughter. I still struggle with modern day expectations of …

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Perspectives On…Lost Whales!

“Delta Dawn, what’s that flower you have on?...lyrics from an old song from the 1970s sung by Helen Reddy. The Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta is home to water sports such as boating, fishing, windsurfing and kite boarding. The infamous delta breeze blows through here all summer due to a climactic change in air temperature. As …

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