I’m trying something new, friends. Over the past year, my fitness routine has taken a back seat. I’ve been so far back that I should probably say that I’ve been riding in the trunk. Yes- I did a pretty decent job of running a few miles for a few days a week throughout the summer … More Transform 20
When I was younger, I heard women complain about hot flashes. I’m so sorry, ladies, but I didn’t get it. I kind of assumed that hot flashes couldn’t be THAT bad- that these gals needed to stop the exaggerations. Suck it up, buttercup. How horrible could it be to feel a flush of warmth every … More Hot Flashes Are No Joke!
We had a few of our big kids over for dinner last night. It was actually more of a belated Christmas celebration because it was the first time that this combination of family folks could get together due to crazy schedules. Any celebration should involve delicious food and this was no exception. We also opened … More RECIPE- Sweet Cream Cheese Cups
You might remember that I previously posted about my sleep issues. As it turned out, a trip to my ENT and subsequent sleep study showed that I have severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea. When the doctor called to tell me results of the sleep study, she opened with, “Holy moly- it’s a good thing you did … More The Wonders of My CPAP Machine
As much as I hate to admit it, I’m a snorer. I’m not one of those cute little snorers who makes a slight squeak off and on throughout the night. According to my poor husband, I’m the kind of snorer who begins the second my head hits the pillow and continues throughout the night with … More Snoring Isn’t Just About the Noise
I did something yesterday that I had never done before. I got a flu shot! I’m not sure why I’ve never had one before. Wait–I take that back. I know exactly why I’ve resisted flu shots in the past. It’s even in the name- flu SHOT! I’m not a fan of shots. My children have … More Flu Shot First Timer
I have a friend at work who was recently diagnosed with cancer. Once we hit a certain age, it seems like illnesses and health problems become more common, but not less worrisome. This guy is young, though- just 43. When he started to have unexplained weight loss, extreme exhaustion and a host of other persistent … More Lessons for Walking Through the Valleys of Life