Monthly Archives: January 2008

The tax man cometh.

Working for yourself has so many benefits I can’t begin to list them. One downside I am experiencing is the toll that taxes can take on you. I really had no idea what I was getting into when I started … Continue reading

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Monthly pains.

It is that time of the month again. No, I don’t mean “that time of the month” but it is almost as painful. The time I am referring to is that time of the month when I have to sit … Continue reading

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Catchin’ some Rays

Since my husband and I have decided to move our choice of location has been a battle between us. He would like to continue to live in the north to be closer to our family but I would like a … Continue reading

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The “girls” need help.

If you are a woman who has given birth you can appreciate the subject of this post. I am the mother of two children both of whom were nursed for most of their first year of life. Now that I … Continue reading

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Every little bit helps.

My previous post might have sounded a bit callous and I want to take a minute to clarify a few things. First of all I can completely understand what it is like to be an overweight child or teenager because … Continue reading

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Not in her prime.

Being a teenager is supposed to be the prime of your life. Usually, I would never find myself talking about the weight of a child or teen but I found myself doing so today. Living next door are two teenage … Continue reading

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Time to chill out.

Lately, I have been finding myself feeling not very motivated when it comes to getting things done. I don’t know if it is the cold or just the comfy feeling from sitting all snuggled under the blankets but I just … Continue reading

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Aching wrists.

For the last week my wrists have literally been killing me. I can’t even stand to put on my IWC watch because I feel like my wrists have bruises all around them. About a month ago I began taking some … Continue reading

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Do they see only men?

This week I found myself sitting for what seemed like forever in the doctor’s office. As I scoured the magazine selection it became very clear that this office must usually see only men. From wall to wall the place was … Continue reading

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Back strain!

One of our ongoing projects has been to begin clearing out our house in preparation for hopefully selling it. Because my entire family is down sick with some sort of nasty virus the brunt of the work has fallen to … Continue reading

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Two types of progress

My husband and I just recently bought a new computer. Supposedly it is better than our current one, at least according to my husband. It has all the bells and whistles including flat panel monitor, 80 gb of memory, a … Continue reading

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A Good Stretch

The older that I get, the more things hurt, it’s just that simple. Recently I went camping with my family and found myself sleeping on a foam mattress and waking up with one heck of a back ache. My solution … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Prevention

My mother in law is a cancer survivor, breast cancer to be precise, and attributes her continued cancer free life to the use of progesterone cream. Her doctor sited several studies that stated that women studied with a low natural … Continue reading

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