Pity Party No More

What Do I Want Now? Set SMARTE Goals

Do you find yourself staring into space reflecting on the last 365 days, wondering what is coming your way in the up coming 365 days? I can’t help and reflect during this time of year.  I am not sure why–as long as I could remember it has been the tradition to start anew annually every January. […]

Girlfriends: Improve Your Health

Are you yearning for “me time”? Are you feeling your glass is half empty these days? Are you spending much of your extra time in bed or staring into space? Well, it’s no wonder.  You do over half the household work, kick butt in the office, and run all over town taking care of everyone’s […]

Pity Party No More: Conversation with Krissy – Living with Fibromyalgia

With each encounter of an inspirational woman Living II (living with invisible illness), I grow stronger.  I learn something from each and every interaction.  The connection with so many powerful women Living II is an honor I could never have dreamed of receiving just a short time ago. I e-met Krissy Dawson through a mutual […]

The Hot Bath – The Roman’s Health Invention

Has your doctor ever prescribed a hot bath for pain and aches? The hot bath was one of the greatest Roman natural health inventions. I know what you’re thinking, “Who has time for a bath? We just don’t get enough time to just stop, relax, and recover.” I get it, but when you’re in pain, […]

Pity Party No More: Conversation with Tammy

Living II (living with invisible illness) seems to have given me a kind of sixth sense.  It seems everywhere I go I meet inspirational people who are or have been in the process of bouncing back.  With each encounter, I grow stronger in my resolve to help other women Living II. I met Tammy Heotzler […]

September is Pain Awareness Month

What do you think is the most common cause of disability in the United States today? Pain. If you didn’t know the answer to the question, you have plenty of company. Pain is a serious public health and economic issue and it touches everyone. Pain costs $100 billion annually in lost work days, medical expenses […]

Remembering on Patriot Day – What do you remember about September 11, 2001?

Do you remember where you were when you first heard of or saw the destruction of a symbol of America’s Wealth, the World Trade Center Twin Towers?  In 2001, I worked at the busiest airport in the country, Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, for American Airlines.  That September 11th was a beautiful morning, bright and sunny.  […]