I don’t know about you, but I’ve always heard that exercise revs up our metabolism, keeping it like a fat-burning furnace for up to 24 hours after a workout. But like all science, opinions sway back and forth, and then back again until you lose track of what the “latest” really is. Well, I’m sticking to my original version of the story. All I know is that after a workout, my body feels revved up … [Read more...] about Exercise and Metbolism: What’s the Deal?
When did it become such a chore? I love shoes. My closet can attest to that. And I'm not alone: ShopSmart magazine conducted a poll of 1,009 women in the U.S. age 18 and older and found that they own an average of 17 pairs of shoes. As reported by PR Newswire: Over half of women (51%) own more than 10 pairs and 13 percent have over 30 pairs (not including athletic shoes). "Shoes never make your … [Read more...] about Shopping For Shoes Used to be Fun.
Why do these two words have to go together? The term is even in the dictionary: "A period of emotional turmoil in middle age...characterized especially by a strong desire for change." It's hard for me to believe that 78 million of us (that's how many people were born during the post-World War II baby boom) are making changes in our lives...because of CRISIS. Really? Change, yes. I'd … [Read more...] about What Midlife Crisis?
What's Fear Got to Do With It? Strangely enough, I've been blogging for a pretty long time - almost five years - yet have dragged my feet getting my OWN blog off the ground. It's been a long time in the making. Why? Not sure... but I have a theory: FEAR. What a formidable emotion fear is. It's powerful enough to silence us, make us hide, procrastinate, make excuses (oh, do I have lots of … [Read more...] about Welcome to my Blog!