5 Essential Daily Resolutions every Savvy Woman will follow in 2011

  Whether you are a resolution type of gal or not, starting 2011 off with goals and inspirations gives us hope for better things to come.  Maybe dropping 5/10/15 pounds, getting a new job, or having a child are on your list for 2011, but don’t forget that the small things sometimes make the biggest Read more about 5 Essential Daily Resolutions every Savvy Woman will follow in 2011[…]

Not for dinner conversation.

I have been following one of my blog postings on Yahoo! Shine and of course, being the button-pusher I am, I inadvertently started the conversation on Christ and Christmas.  It truly was unintentional, as I was giving ideas on how to show children the real meaning of Christmas (basically, Jesus was born and he told Read more about Not for dinner conversation.[…]

What would be your healthy wish from Santa?

If you can have any one healthy wish this holiday season, what would it be? The holiday season and staying in shape don’t often go together (that is what New Year’s Resolutions are for, right?) If Santa Claus, who has the ability to fly around the world and in and out of chimneys over a Read more about What would be your healthy wish from Santa?[…]

Relief and a resolution

  Today I resigned from a contract that was wrong for me on so many levels.  I took it for all the wrong reasons and the second I did, I knew it was wrong.  I had been miserable since the day I stepped in the door but made a pack with myself to survive at Read more about Relief and a resolution[…]

Learning from Keith, Urban, and other parents who do the right thing.

  Last week the head football coach of the University of Florida, Urban Meyer, retired from his position to spend more time with his family.  Immediately columnists began to speculate whether Coach Meyer’s “retirement” meant he was hoping to be considered for the Denver Broncos top position or if he really was leaving by choice.  Read more about Learning from Keith, Urban, and other parents who do the right thing.[…]

My game changers.

As an adult, when your parents get sick, it makes you realize that life is finite.  This week, both my father and father-in-law were in the hospital.  As a parent, I can’t help but think about how my own son will react when I inevitably have some age-related health issue in my 70’s and 80’s.   Read more about My game changers.[…]