healthy habits

Robin Roberts Gets Her AARP Card!

Posted on 11/18/2010 by | General News | Comments

EntertainmentRobin Roberts is turning the big 5-0! On yesterday’s Good Morning America, and as part of the show’s “50 and Fierce” series, Robin connected with three experts on how to stay healthy physically at 50 and beyond. She walks viewers through her new workout routine (yoga!), and then talks with nutritionist Rachel Beller, Dr. Oz, and AARP’s Health and Fitness Ambassador – and tennis legend – Martina Navratilova. All three give Robin tips on how to stay healthy at 50. …

Healthy Habits!

Posted on 08/24/2010 by | Archived Contributor | Comments

Personal HealthI always love finding stories and advice like this from a reputable source – this time from CNN and Health.com. Check out this article about 10 different “guilty” pleasures that might actually be good for your health! So don’t feel guilty about doing them! A couple of my favorites include getting your ZZZs, having a girls’ night out, choosing the “full fat” dressing for that lunch salad, and basking in the sun – something I’ve been taking very seriously this …

Taking Your New Years Resolutions Seriously (And Realistically)

Posted on 12/17/2009 by | Archived Contributor | Comments

Your LifeLet’s face it – too often we make some grand resolution to change big for the new year, and near to nothing comes out of it. Martina Navratilova has a great column giving you advice on potential new year’s resolutions that are doable, as well as ways to tackle resolutions you may already have. And a lot of her tips are health-related, as so many resolutions often are. For example: Practice an accomplishment or performance in your head–athletes call this …

Back to Work?

Posted on 10/14/2009 by | Archived Contributor | Comments

Your LifeThere is a great Q&A style article on CNNMoney.com today that addresses concerns of older Americans who were looking to retire, but like many in the country, don’t have the same amount of certainty in their financial stability that they once had. The author touches on going back to work (but does that make sense when the rest of America is looking for work, too?) and social security eligibility. Check it out if you’re looking to retire early…or already have …