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All Attitude: Find the Fun in Your Workouts

All Attitude: Find the Fun in Your Workouts

All Attitude: Find the Fun in Your Workouts Your Attitude toward your workouts plays a big role in how they turn out.  Whether you are taking a leisurely stroll around the block or focusing on an intense HIIT session, making the most of the activities is a

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Bicycling Seriously

Bicycling Seriously

Bicycling Seriously Perhaps it is my reflective nature. As I prepare for each bicycling adventure (as they are all adventures of some sort), I focus my attention on the ride as I dress in kit and ponder possibilities. Being a cyclist for over 30 years, experiences on the

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Be the Champion of Your Health: Self-Advocacy

Be the Champion of Your Health: Self-Advocacy

Be the Champion of Your Health: Self-Advocacy in Your Health Care. Self-advocacy in your Health care is now a required skill in order receive appropriate care. As the industry of healthcare becomes increasingly dependent on technology, and corporate management rations your access to time with your human

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Fixing Our Unhealthy Technology Habit

Fixing Our Unhealthy Technology Habit

Fixing Our Unhealthy Technology Habit Modern electronic technology entices and engages the majority of us. From the ubiquitous smartphone to cooking our meals, these small glowing interfaces are our world. The price for this interaction is just now being tallied and we are hurting from the experience.

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Recent Posts: Dad's Back

Last Conversation of a Father and Son

Last Conversation of a Father and Son

Funny how caregiving is the gift that just keeps on giving. We think it is just about the physical care and emotional roller coaster of caring for loved ones. With their passing comes a whole new package of personal work that circles around to address the many things we ignored during the times of providing care.

Dementia – Hollywood’s Finally Starting to Get It Right

Dementia – Hollywood’s Finally Starting to Get It Right

Dementia, as a plot device for television or film, has never quite lived up to the reality. Usually played for sobbing sympathy or just a tragic underscore to a character, the story line usually leaves out the stumbling’s of the caregivers and their associated confused introduction to their new roles.

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-Ralph Waldo Emerson

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