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Holidays: Expectations, Coping Tips and Chronic Illness

Holidays: Expectations, Coping Tips and Chronic Illness

Posted by on Nov 22, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

After November 1st, the retail world starts decorating and promoting Thanksgiving and the December holidays of Hanukah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa, New Year’s Eve as well as other religious and secular hallmarks. If you celebrate Three Kings Day, the holidays may not end until after the 12th day of Christmas, January 6th. What if you don’t feel...

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3 Ways An Optical Illusion Can Affect Holiday Eating!

3 Ways An Optical Illusion Can Affect Holiday Eating!

Posted by on Dec 22, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Food, Food, Food!  It’s the Holidays! What would the holidays be without food, especially forbidden foods?   Are you afraid of eating too much?  Here are a few strategies that may help you eat less during the holidays.  And they are based in psychology. Food psychology, that is.  There is a program at Cornell University that tries to understand cues...

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Holidays and Gift Cards

Holidays and Gift Cards

Posted by on Dec 23, 2014 in Blog | 4 comments

Waste Not, Want Not Did you know that 40% of people who receive gift cards don’t use their full value?  In 2011, it was estimated that since 2005 $41 billion worth of gift cards had gone unclaimed.  That’s a whole lot of money and a bunch of gift cards. Enter A Great Idea One woman heard these facts and has made it her mission to see that those gift...

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Holidays and Chronic Illness

Holidays and Chronic Illness

Posted by on Nov 26, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Over the years spent tweeting together, the #BCSM (Breast Cancer Social Media)  tweetchat community has asked some tough questions.  #BCSM is a community on Twitter that meets every Monday night at 9pm ET. On November 18th, they continued their annual “holiday survival guide” or holidays and chronic illness. How To Celebrate With a chronic...

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The Language of Love

The Language of Love

Posted by on Dec 24, 2013 in Blog | 1 comment

Food… Grandma is from Iowa…grew up on a farm. She milked cows, fed chickens, chopped wood and watched the nation change. Electricity didn’t come to their farm until she was a teen. Richness in her life is measured in stories. And many of these stories are about food. Like the stories of cooking with her new daughter in-law from Korea…how...

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