We're (way) over 40. Deal with it.
Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
We all do it. We stress out over things we can’t control. And we obsess. And fret. And worry. Waiting for your mamo results. . . worrying if you got that job. . . reviewing in your mind, over and over, what you should have done differently in your relationship, your career, your family. Now is the time for an easy solution.
The psychic stop button.
Wednesday, April 4th, 2012
I hate trying to lose weight. When I was in high school, I had to try to gain weight and I was embarrassed about my skinny arms. Oh, those were the days. But you know what I hate worse? Having someone not only tell me I need to lose weight, but reminding me whenever I eat something that might not be lettuce or a pickle.
Sound familiar? Or am I the only woman married to weight Nazi? (more…)
Sunday, July 17th, 2011
Guess who cares what I think: Kellogg’s. Really. I’m not kidding. They actually asked me to try two of their high fiber cereals and report to you, my loyal readers, what I thought of them (see: one more benefit to being over 40!). And I thought: boy, are they brave! Have they ever read this blog?
Let me start by admitting (more…)
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Tuesday, January 4th, 2011
In studies conducted on the fruit fly, researchers have revealed that when some specific cells are subjected to stress, not only is the growth of this part of the organ reduced but also that of the remaining section.
This is obviously a very, very serious problem. Not only could this increase the need for rolled up socks in the pants; it also can have a very detrimental affect on the egos of those poor men in our lives (who run the world and make most of the money). (more…)
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009
Remember saying that? Or “I’ll have as much ice cream as I want!”
Why is it that, now that we’re “in charge” of our own lives, we still have to follow someone elses rules? (more…)