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Heard this story this morning on NPR. Explains what happened to me. How To Find A Path Off The Dreaded Diet Plateau. So, Zumba next time?
In high school, my daughter completed an International Baccalaureate subject in Art. Much of her art centered on a theme of beauty and a warped female interpretation of beauty. This “cutout book” was a satirical statement on how girls could reshape … Continue reading
I suck at swimming. I’m a disgrace to my Zodiac sign (Pisces). I marvel at the way people just glide through the water, effortlessly. It’s as if they have a secret motor beneath the surface propelling them forward. How is … Continue reading
Getting your mind and body disciplined to lose weight is a lot like learning to ride a bike, I think. At first you’re wobbly, insecure, easily thinking, “I can’t do this!” But, with a lot of encouragement and the will … Continue reading
Ah, Paris. I love you so much more than you love me. All the women in Paris look like this young woman. They exude fashion sense and good taste. Walking around in Paris is a veritable moveable feast … Continue reading