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For Your Well Being: If the Dress Fits, Wear It

May 2, 2013, Vol. 11, Issue 9 Dear Friends, I was in Chicago last month for the Marketing to Women – Health and Wellness (M2W-HW) conference, where I picked up some great information and ideas that I’ll be sharing with you over the next few issues. In fact, I came away with a new perspective.… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: What’s In A Name?

Feb. 16, 2012, Vol. 10 Issue 3 Celebrity Speakers…What’s in a Name? Dear Friends, I’m starting a series in this issue, called The Meeting Planner’s Hot Sheet, and I plan to address meeting planner issues in every other issue of For Your Well Being. If you have a topic you’d like to hear about, please… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Un-stuffing your Holidays

Nov. 17, 2011, Vol. 9 Issue 11 Dear Friends, I usually write about diet book authors and speakers at the typical time of renewal — New Year’s. This time I’m turning the tables, and getting into the topic BEFORE the over-indulgence begins. Today’s featured article is by Michelle May, MD, author of Eat What You… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: A Hair Story

Oct 7, 2011, Vol. 9 Issue 9 Dear Friends, Fall meeting season is in full swing and I’m hearing from happy clients about sold-out events and standing ovations. In the name of full disclosure, I also hear about A/V challenges, last minute changes of hotels and even venues, and other trials and tribulations of event… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Hand in Hand

Sept. 22, 2011, Vol. 9 Issue 8 Dear Friends, A few months ago, Dr. Oz did a show about colonoscopies. He admitted he had put off the procedure himself. He even admitted he had been a bit arrogant about it, as he felt his healthy lifestyle “protected” him. For the show, however, he put himself… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: The Many Faces of Heart Health

February 8, 2007, Vol. V Issue 3 Dear Friends, I was tickled to read online that the Mermaids of Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida, (a water show attraction) have taken the Go Red for Women theme into their show. In an effort to bring more awareness of heart disease in women, the “Little Mermaid” is wearing… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Boning Up and Flying Out

July 6, 2006, Vol. IV Issue 14 Dear Friends, As all of you regular readers know, I love it when any my speakers come to my part of the country. So I was delighted last week when Dr. Marie Savard presented a program at Southwest Washington Medical Center, a Spirit of Women hospital in Vancouver,… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Drop Dead Gorgeous

June 22, 2006, Vol. IV Issue 13 Dear Friends, Summer is officially here, and the spring meeting season is winding down. This past week Deb Gauldin, Sue Kirby and Jana Stanfield represented The Speak Well Being Group at Spirit of Women’s annual meeting in Dallas, TX. The theme this year was “Our Legacy in Women’s… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Rising to the Occasion

March 30, 2006, Vol. IV Issue 7 Dear Friends, At long last, here we are with graphics and pictures in FOR YOUR WELL BEING. If I had known it would be this easy, I would have done it sooner! Let me know what you think! I’m beginning to think that northwesterner Sue Kirby has Southern… Continue Reading

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