Whether you are working, working out or simply playing outside, you need to be attentive to the heat. If sweat doesn’t evaporate adequately from your body, even the healthiest of individuals can become ill. According to the CDC, those at greatest risk for heat-related illness include infants and children up to four years of age,...Continue Reading
Today is #12 of my 13 healthy living tips for 2013. As you make progress along your journey to healthier living, pat yourself on the back. After all, you deserve kudos for your time, effort and commitment. You may have more than one healthy living goal, some with and without designated end points. Don’t wait...Continue Reading
The freshman 15 is a myth, so recent research shows. According to this article in the New York Times, freshmen actually gain an average of 2.5 to 3.5 pounds, and the weight gain has little to do with college attendance. I’m not so sure that was the case when I was in college years ago, though...Continue Reading
With inspiration from my friend Lisa, I decided to seek input from others on the following: What questions are you most embarrassed to ask about workout clothes? Many thanks to the contributors who shared their embarrassments, including Jess Flynn, who writes at PR Musings, Tricia Minnick who has a very loyal following at Endurance Isn’t Only Physical, Lisa...Continue Reading
What are “My Stories?”
War stories. Case studies. Opinion pieces. Writing samples.