Category Archives: Health

Helping Hands in Haiti


  It’s been a couple weeks since my return from Haiti where I served as a missionary with Valley Brook Community Church. There are so many ways I could have approached this post, and the end result doesn’t give justice … Continue reading

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New year, new me


Hello everybody! I’m a month behind, but nevertheless, I hope your new year is going well, you’re all in good health and are resolving to do amazing things in 2012. For those who are new visitors to my blog, my … Continue reading

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When life hands you lemons…


In a matter of a single moment your life plan can be twisted and tossed into a direction you did not plan for it to go. That’s the funny thing about plans, though. They never go as planned. So, do … Continue reading

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8 Rules to Losing, Maintaining Weight


I thought I’d share this article on MSN Fitbie that reinforces a lot of what I’ve been talking about over the last couple of months in terms of losing and maintaining weight by not only exercising, but watching what you eat. … Continue reading

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Enlightenment from Elizabeth Gilbert’s ‘Eat Pray Love’


I recently finished reading the book Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert, and I must admit that it took longer than I thought it would. I assumed it would be an easy read because it chronicled one woman’s journey around the world, and … Continue reading

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Real Women Talk: A Summary of Conclusions


The Definitions of Love It’s true: the definition of love can vary from one person to the next, but after reading through the opinions and comments of young women on my recent post Real Women Talk: Under the Sheets and In … Continue reading

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Reality Check: On Being Thankful for the Cards You Are Dealt


So, this morning I stumbled upon the story of one amazing young man. Eric LeGrand, a former Rutgers football player, was paralyzed from the neck down while making a tackle on a kick-off in the fourth quarter against Army on … Continue reading

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Getting Over Him and On With You


When you’re with someone for so long, it can become difficult to picture your life without them in it. For a while, he was the one with whom you spent most of your time, and even when you weren’t together … Continue reading

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Real Women Talk: Under the Sheets and In the Heart


My main topic this semester has been about young women’s health, and all aspects that surround it. My goal has been to captivate real life, and I have done my best to put a personal spin on experiences with exercise … Continue reading

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What To Do When You Can’t Do Anything


  In my last post, I mentioned I had surgery to repair a fractured sternum, and I gave you a peek at the struggles I’ve been experiencing along the way to recovery. Under doctor’s orders, I have been sentenced to … Continue reading

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