Grab Your Favorite Things!
Feb. 19, 2015 Vol. 13, Issue 3 Do you ever start a new project or a adopt a new lifestyle goal and immediately overwhelm yourself because it’s all just “too much.” I know I have, so when someone suggests how doing just a few things a little differently can make a big difference, I’m all […]
A Hole in My Brain
May 12, 2016, Vol.14, Issue 5 May is Stroke Awareness Month, and I couldn’t be happier to introduce you to a stroke survivor, Gordon Viggiano and his wife, Jill, both of whom I greatly admire and respect. They live right here in my town, Lake Oswego, Oregon, so I’ve attended a couple of their local […]
Too Young to be Here?
Nov. 20, 2014 Vol. 12, Issue 20 I’ve been booking lots of spring women’s health and nurses’ appreciation events for March, April and May 2015. What happened to heart health events in February? There’s still time, and according to our heart health expert, Eliz Greene, there’s plenty of need to continue educating both the public, […]