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Rage Yoga: The New Trend in Yoga

Rage yoga

by Ellen Blake More than just a practice, Rage Yoga is an attitude. Traditional yoga is peaceful, quiet and zen. It's benefits include an improved immune system, enhanced mood and relief from pain and stress. But this type of yoga isn't for everyone. Some feel it is too slow or that it

Hungry for Another Time


by Arlen Hollis Kane "Don’t tell me you’re starving." Don’t tell me you’re starving. And certainly don’t tell me you’re starving to death.  When did we stop being hungry?  I ask a friend “Are you hungry?,” and the answer more often than not is “I can eat.”  I know you can eat,

Finances: Women & Money


by Leslie Farin Some people still think of finances as a man’s world, but guess what? They are wrong. If you’re a woman who is not comfortable making important decisions about money, whether it’s because up until this point you’ve avoided doing so, or because your significant other controls the finances,

How to Overcome Exercise Excuses

overcome exercise excuses

By W. Cameron Tucker We all know we should exercise…why don’t we? No one said starting a regular exercise program is easy. The toughest part is finding the motivation and then committing to a routine on a regular basis.  The biggest roadblock for me was always finding the time. Exercise was

A Letter to My Family

a letter to my family

This beautiful poem was shared at a workshop I attended for The Conversation Project.. I have a copy with my will with instructions to give to my children when the time comes. I know they will do their best to care for me, but, like me, they tend to beat

Have You Had “The Conversation”?

the conversation project

by Leslie Farin "It's too early until it's too late" I recently attended a workshop called The Conversation Project. This grass roots initiative, founded by Pulitzer prize winning author Ellen Goodman, encourages people to communicate their end-of life-wishes. Driving to the event, I wasn't sure what to expect; perhaps a grim discussion

You Can Start a Brilliant Career at Any Age

late bloomers

by Ellen Blake   In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal called, "It's Never Too Late to Start a Brilliant Career", these words of wisdom from Rich Karlgaard, Forbes publisher and author of Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement were quoted:   "Our obsession with

Garden of Herbs

herb garden

Homegrown herbs add color and amazing aromas to your household while providing the freshest flavors to your dishes. Thankfully, growing your own herbs does not require an expert’s green thumb and can be grown indoors or outdoors. Here are some of our favorite herbs to grow and tips for starting

Mother’s Day Got You Down?

mother's day

Author: Leslie Farin I have a confession to make – I am dreading Mother’s Day this year. I have marvelous memories of past Mother’s Day celebrations, but this time the holiday will be different. This year I am motherless. Both my mother and my mother-in-law, two of the most wonderful people

Helpful Accessibility Resources


Below is a list of helpful resources for individuals with mobility disabilities and their caregivers.   Contact us with suggestions of organizations to add to the list! Accessible Air TravelAlthough air travel today is available to most people, barriers to access still exist. A passenger with a disability may encounter obstacles just to