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Reducing your risk of colon cancer

I realize the discussion of “down under” body parts can cause some people to become squeamish. So when it comes to talking about colorectal health you might just want to end this conversation right about now. Please, I beg you, don’t. By the time you reach your fifties, this organ can treat you right, or things could go awfully wrong.…

When a scale becomes your idol

Another Miss USA has been crowned. YAY! I don’t know who won but I did hear about a little controversy at the pageant. Apparently Miss Indiana, who made it into the top twenty, was singled out as being NORMAL sized. One tweet called her a “thicker” contestant and then I read the small print she was considered normal…

Are you overdue for a check up?

When you purchase a new vehicle, you are handed an owner’s manual with a specific maintenance schedule to be followed. This mileage-dictated timetable, suggested by the manufacturer, is in the vehicles’ best interest—and in your best interest as its owner/operator. This is because the vehicle will undergo predictable wear…

Portion distortion

A few times a year I get on the scale for my biweekly weigh in and find that my subsequent readings are on the rise. There are typically two culprits: I’ve either been veering towards poor food choices or I’ve been eating to my heart’s content. For me, it is typically 80% of the latter. This statement may sound a bit judgmental, but size…

In one photo God took my breath away

I had the most amazing experience last week. It wasn’t a big deal except to me. That’s what this blog is for. To inspire you to look for God in your every day life. I had a professional head shot session done by a local photographer, Her grace reflected a changed heart for God and I experienced God’s comforting presence…

Downsizing in 2014

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve—the theme of these gatherings spent with friends and family can be summed up with the popular phrase:  “Go big or go home!” However, if we are honest, what occurred over the holidays is that we “Got big; then went home!” I believe that scaling back in the food intake department should be…

Put on a happy face

A change in season and colder weather means your face needs a little extra protection. We bundle up our bodies, but our face will be exposed to all the elements a midwest winter throws our way for the next several months. The cold wind and dry air can be tough on our skin. While moisturizers help, taking care of our skin from within can…

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A change in season and colder weather means your face needs a little extra protection. We bundle up our bodies, but our face will be exposed to all the elements a midwest winter throws our way for the next several months. The cold wind and dry air can be tough on our skin. While moisturizers help, taking care of our skin from within can…

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