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Last Minute Gifts for Your Man

I wanted to share a few last minute ideas with you concerning holiday shopping for your man. First, the Natural Man soap that Rose of Sharon Acres sent for my husband to try arrived.

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Healthful Holidays: Body, Mind, and Spirit

I have gathered some savvy tips for whole health (body, mind, and spirit) in this practical article about weathering the holidays.

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Fortunate Friday: The Most Important Things In Life

As we approach the final days of the year, I want to remind you ladies to be thankful for your blessings. After all, we have warm homes, beds, friends, family, food on our tables, and clean water flowing from our faucets.

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Everyone Needs a Mentor and a Mentee

Perspective; oh, so important, yet so hard to achieve! We can become so ego-centric, as we get busy with life, to-do-lists, and so forth. I am someone who can put herself in other people's shoes. Most of the time.

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A New Friend and Myths about Men

There are a number of myths out there floating around about guys and gals ~ usually perpetuated by members of the opposite sex. Some have a bit of rooting in fact, while others don't. Here, I debunk a few myths about males.

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Fortunate Friday: My Patients

While watching the bank clerk counting the change (pennies included), I had a wave of gratefulness wash over me. Gratefulness for the patients who are helping me stay in practice. Gratefulness for patients like the one lady who only makes $15,000 a year, yet she wrote me a check for $200 because her insurance did not cover her visits to see me.

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This-and-That Tuesday: A Workout, a Blog, and Dr. Mercola

I have a few things to tell you today. First, please welcome our new author, Madeline, to the panel of talented women. She posted her inaugural article yesterday and is anxiously awaiting to hear from you ladies. Give her some feedback or just a quick hello if you can.

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Our Wonderful Bodies

Recently, I have noticed as I give more attention to the needs of my internal systems, some of the aches and pains I thought to be "normal" aging have disappeared; you bet, I'm grateful. Oh, Happy Day!

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Women’s Blogs to Love

I wanted to start sharing some of my favorite blogs with you on a weekly basis. It's likely that I spend way too much time on the Internet these days, but I can't stop exploring for the best women's blogs out there. This week's favorite is my friend Suzanne's blog, Without Dash.

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Fortunate Friday: Direction

Have you ever been lost in a strange city or even in your own town? It happens; and when it does, it can be terrifying. You're lucky if someone nice is available to help you find your way. I remember being lost in a not-so-nice part of town years ago - before cell phones.

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Fortunate Friday: Adaptability

When things change in our lives (purposely or not), we have two choices; we can refuse to accept the circumstances and fight them, or we can go with the proverbial flow. Of course, different events cause varying reactions. Not to mention personality can play a role in emotions and actions.

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My Article at Moms to Work

Please check out my article at Moms to Work. The topic is writing a great cover letter. While you're there, please read some of her other tips for working moms and those who want to re-enter the job market after being home with babies. This transition can be difficult to say the least. We need all the help we can get. Be well-be beautiful.

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Are You Like Your Mother?

"Are you like your mother?"was bold and loud in my mind as I opened my eyes. For some of you that inquiry might provoke some angry feelings or at least a nonchalant eye roll. A few of you might be beaming with pride to know that, yes, you are just like your mother. But, for most, you are like me, knowing that you have carried on some of mom's negative traits as well as some good ones.

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What Is Hope?

Remember when you were waiting on that special guy to pop the question or expecting your first child? Can you recall dreaming or even visualizing these important events when you were a teen or even a young girl? Through hope we actually begin to form our lives from the beginning.

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A Surge of Feminine Energy

I don't know if you've noticed, but women are shifting into higher gears and focusing more on life goals and dreams. This may be a worldwide trend amongst humans in general; however, I feel a distinct feminine energy surrounding this front of powerful changes.

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