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Having Caring Conversations

Having Caring Conversations

April 27, 2017 Vol.15, Issue 4 It wasn’t my everyday speaker inquiry — Nicky Upson, Communication Specialist at Providence Health and Services, SW Washington, was asking for a speaker on Advance Directives for an event celebrating National Healthcare Decisions Day. I was momentarily puzzled; I’d never been asked for that topic. My next thought was,… Continue Reading

Breast Cancer Survivors Speakers to Inspire You

Breast Cancer Survivors Speakers to Inspire You

Find Your Speaker Here October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness of breast cancer risks, the value of screening and early detection, and treatment options available to women and men who are diagnosed with one of the many forms of breast cancer. More than 249,000 people in the United States… Continue Reading

What Ta-Tas Teach Us

What Ta-Tas Teach Us

Vol.15, Issue 3, March 30, 2017 Anyone who has had a cancer experience in their family knows that it’s as much a life-changing experience for the family (and friends) as for the patient. Difficult as it may be, there are people in the world like our speaker, Jane Jenkins Herlong, who take that experience and… Continue Reading

Heart Health – The Happiness Factor

Heart Health – The Happiness Factor

Feb. 16, 2017, Vol.15, Issue 2 Happy Heart Month! And I mean that — be happy and you might just live longer. Along with Valentine’s Day, February marks American Heart Month, a great time to commit to a healthy lifestyle and make small changes that can lead to a lifetime of heart health. In the… Continue Reading

Feel Good, Look Good, for Life

Feel Good, Look Good, for Life

January 26, 2017 Vol.15, Issue 1 Every year in January, we hear the same rhetoric about resolutions, commitments and promises to get healthy — diet and exercise goals that typically don’t last long. What if, instead of a goal, health was viewed as a lifestyle, a way of living? Big difference, yes? That’s the philosophy… Continue Reading

Lois Barth: Courage to Sparkle

Lois Barth: Courage to Sparkle

Dec. 8, 2016, Vol.14, Issue 10 With all the rain we get at this time of year, it’s really, really dark in my part of the country — the sun goes down about 4:30. So, when I see outdoor Christmas lights start going up Thanksgiving weekend, including at my house, I get excited. This photo… Continue Reading

Kindness as a Practice

Kindness as a Practice

Nov. 17, 2016 Vol.14, Issue 9 In light of recent campaign rhetoric, and election unrest, I think we can all agree that a little (or a lot!) of kindness is in order, so today I’m featuring an Oregon speaker whom I met recently. Linda M. Cohen is the author of 1,000 Mitzvahs — How Small… Continue Reading

Change Your Brain — with Play

Change Your Brain — with Play

Oct. 27, 2016 Vol.14, Issue 8 Health concerns are changing. If asked their greatest health concern, until recently most people would have answered cancer, or heart disease. Today the number one health concern is losing brain function as we age — being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or some other form of cognitive decline. In her… Continue Reading

Exciting New Beginnings

Exciting New Beginnings

Oct. 6, 2016 Vol.14, Issue 7 I didn’t plan a break from connecting with you, but when the website renovation project got underway mid-summer it took on a life of its own, pre-empting just about everything else in its way. I’m very excited to share it, as it has lots of new features as well… Continue Reading

Melanie Carvell: Making Wellness Fit

Melanie Carvell: Making Wellness Fit

July 14, 2016 Vol.14, Issue 6 “Oh boy, we’re going to exercise!” No kidding: that’s what I heard a little boy — about 4 years old — say enthusiastically to his pal and to the adult who was holding both their hands. Bella and I, out for our daily dog walk, were headed toward the… Continue Reading

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