Have you seen the play, “Wicked”? Great show, with the apex being a song called, “Defying Gravity”. Love it. Worked for her, but for us 50 to 70 something gals, it’s not as simple as a catchy tune. Aside from nipping, tucking, and lifting surgically, let’s face it, just like Newton’s apple, breasts, underarms, bellies,… Read more »
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Mark Twain said, “It isn’t what you don’t know that hurts you, it’s what you know that isn’t so!” You know a lot about good health, but sometimes what we know and don’t do, or what we think we know that may not be quite right may be slowing down our healthy journey. This month… Read more »
Healthy food preparations is important during the holidays and year round. Recently Candy Holladay, Media Personality & Stylist, experienced a healthy getaway with us. She captured our Chef Christine’s cooking demo on video. Like what you see? Click our website’s blog section for more of Chef Christine’s recipes.
Food for Thought: There’s More To It Than Food I got so inspired the other day while moderating a conversation during Food for Thought, a program that we offer weekly at The Oaks from the perspective of Elizabeth, Nancy, myself or a guest speaker. There were about eight guests present during my session, and I… Read more »
Daylight savings time jumps at us with the enthusiasm of a joyful five-year old that cannot wait to get out and play. That’s why I like it and with that extra time in the evenings it’s perfect to re-establish determination to get and stay healthy, flexible and youthful, regardless of the date on our driver’s… Read more »