A few days ago I was looking into weight loss yet again. An article from the FDA and another from WebMD about fiber intake. Women need 25 grams per day and men need 38 grams per day, saying the average American gets about 15 grams per day. I thought that was untenable, 38 grams per … Continue reading Men: Do you get 38 grams of Fiber?
Some dreams just stick with you. I was dropped off at an island with just a bag of my choosing, along with hundreds of others. I had the impression we were gathered from our homes, placed on a ship and dropped off to fend for ourselves. None of the others wanted to stick together, so … Continue reading Passing the Gardens of Earthly Delights
During the past few years, there have been a plethora of people giving me support during the rough, emotional times. From 'hang in there' to giving me a shoulder to cry on. Everyone, men, women, straight, gay-- there have been online friends there for me. Now that I've had time to get my life back … Continue reading Dear Straight Men: If I Tell You I Love You
It's no secret that I love coffee. I'll have three large cups in the morning and that's it for me. Sometimes, I'll have a cup in the evening after a full dinner. My favorite is a dark roast coffee but not bitter, the reason I'm not interested in Starbuck's coffee, my personal opinion, is it … Continue reading COFFEE TIME!
2019: CELEBRATE! 2910 marks my 50th year on this planet. So, this year, instead of resolutions or the tired old "New Year New Me", I'm going to celebrate. Resolutions are rife with negative connotations, self-flagellation and filled with items we have to force ourselves to do. But, because of resolutions, I've made such great progress … Continue reading 2019: CELEBRATE!
Happy December 1st! This is the last month of 2018, such an eventful (long) year. We've lasted through New Years Resolutions, the 147 days of January that just seemed to linger forever. I've posted before on how I stuck with and completed my resolutions, so I will not rehash those again. Planning a year is … Continue reading Last Month of 2018
The past few years have been challenging, to say the least. 2016 I realized my marriage was going to end, I was suicidal and depressed. 2017 I relocated, cocooned myself to protect, love and rebuild my emotional, mental, physical and spiritual health, mourn the loss of my marriage and decide on a course of action … Continue reading 2018 Accomplishments