Day: October 12, 2011

How Can You Combat the Job Market’s Perception of ‘OLD AGE’? Part 2 of 3, Marva Goldsmith

Marva L. Goldsmith, AICI CIP Thanks for tuning back in to part 2 of the three part series. This time, let’s consider the claim that, “You’re too Expensive!” (Your wage could support three new employees.) Let’s talk value.  Begin by understanding and accepting your value.  Convince yourself, and

“LAUGHTER” Platinum, Christian Comedienne

 Laughter is the human gift that heals our bodies and emotions so we can cope with life’s ups and downs. Laughter pressures the brain to do 2 things simultaneously: (1) visual-facial gestures – tightens facial muscles, particularly the major muscles of the mouth; and (2) phonic – (sounds) which cause

Kathy Carrington, Fitness Instructor/Cancer Survivor, Interview by Regina Jeter

BTM – Kathy, tell us something about you. KC – I’m 51 and my life’s philosophy is to stay physically active, eat nutritious meals and maintain healthy habits, mentally and spiritually.  I have exercised all my life and participated in various fitness activities such as:  aerobics, kick boxing, weight training

We Are What We Eat, Marilyn Dunston

I’m sure you’ve heard the term “brain food”, such as almonds, avocados, bananas, blackberries, blueberries, cantaloupe, dark chocolate, oranges, peanut butter and, of course, fish.  These are foods that stimulate and enhance our health by helping to keep the blood vessels of the brain clear of blockages and thereby allowing