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Confessions of a Foodie in Europe

November 1, 2013 By: Vanessa Craddock

I was a woman on a mission, and with any mission, you show up prepared.  You wouldn’t go to a gun fight without a gun, throw a pool party without a pool, or vacation in Paris without fine dining.  Not if you are me.  So, I needed a plan. The internet had plenty of websites…

Coming Soon (I Hope) to Baltimore

February 24, 2012 By: Elsey Curtis

Ever hear of Wyman’s of Maine Wild Blueberries?  Ever hear of Wyman’s of Maine Wild Blueberry 100% Juice?  Wow, it pops! While visiting an aunt on a quick trip north this week, Chip and I purchased a single 46 oz. plastic container of the product without reading the fine print on the label.  Having always…

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Timing is Everything

February 11, 2012 By: Monyka Berrocosa

I have heard Lynne Brick explain the importance of the Oxygen mask theory numerous times – and I think it’s a good one for most busy women (anyone really). The basic premise is – if you don’t care for yourself FIRST it is very hard to effectively care for others. I have known I should…

Too worn out to workout? It might be…

February 4, 2012 By: Barbara Downes

 Adrenal Fatigue.  This is not a diagnosis you are likely to receive from your ‘regular’ doctor, although it is quite likely what you are suffering if you are sick and tired.  In fact Adrenal Fatigue presents differently in different people, thus making it quite difficult for a simple diagnosis.  In addition, there is no pharmaceutical money to be…

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Elsey Curtis – I-Jumpin’!

January 27, 2012 By: Elsey Curtis

In spite of loving the members, staff, and unique atmosphere at The Square, I was overwhelmed with an immediate case of workout envy after visiting my grand daughter’s gym.  Certain differences between her fitness center and mine were obvious.  Natural sunlight streamed through the extensive glassed-in length of her building and set a positive tone…

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Ron Swanson – Uncle Vic, I Did Hear You

January 20, 2012 By: Ron "Commish" Swanson

I am tired. Specifically, I am tired of not exercising. Isn’t that a “fine kettle of fish”? Never in all of my years, and they are many, have I been sidelined for such an extended period. Sure I’ve had pneumonia and the flu, broken bones and stitches, even had my head shaved and sewn back…

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How to Get the Maximum Nourishment from Nuts

January 20, 2012 By: Victor Brick

What is really important about nourishment is not so much what’s in the food that you are eating but how much you get out of the food that you are eating.  If you really want to maximize the nourishment when eating nuts, it’s very important to soak nuts in water.  Soaking them overnight in water…

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Dr. Barbara L. Downes – Secrets of the Masters

January 13, 2012 By: Barbara Downes

by Dr. Barbara L. Downes, Chiropractor, Sports Physician, Medical Acupuncturist, Nutrition & Holistic Physician Secrets of the Masters~~The Universal Laws of Success is a list of philosophies that have transcended time from master to student many times over.  I am fortunate to have had these handed to me by my acupuncture master who had…

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How to Build a Stronger Tighter Tush!

January 13, 2012 By: Lynne Brick

Special Thanks to Leslie Cahill for her help on this fit tip. Last week I was able to attend one of Leslie Cahill’s Baltimore Barre classes.  The class was amazing and has awesome moves that are very helpful in building that stronger tush and long lean legs that we all strive to have and work…

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