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Archive for June, 2010

COMPASSION. IT’S SO EASY. WHY ISN’T THERE MORE OF IT?

The other day I was in a taxi going to visit a friend in the hospital. The taxi pulled up behind a car to let me out. The driver of . . . Read More

Museum of Modern Art Summer Luncheon

New York, NY I was invited to be the Luncheon Keynote Speaker at the Modern at MOMA to talk about how following the advice of the experts I interviewed for . . . Read More

THE BEST OF EVERYTHING AFTER 50 “WOMAN OF THE WEEK” — DENISE TAYLOR TREMAINE: “THE TOP TEN THINGS I LEARNED SINCE TURNING 50”

What a difference a decade makes. Just ask “Woman of the Week” — Denise Taylor Tremaine (the photo to the left was taken this week). In the decade before turning . . . Read More

WHAT’S THE NEW MAGIC BULLET?

Yeah, you know . . . the new “new thing”. The latest and the greatest. The one new diet that’s really going to work (this time.) The new anti-wrinkle cream, . . . Read More

American Medical Association (AMA) Alliance Annual Meeting

Chicago, IL I will was the Luncheon Keynote Speaker at this wonderful event, which convenes doctors and their spouses each year. > See Photos from the Event

“Meet the Masters” Event at the Laura Geller Studio

> See The Poster The Laura Geller Studio New York, NY Hosts Laura Geller, Dr. Doris Day and I had a terrific evening eating, drinking, talking and trying on makeup! We welcomed over . . . Read More

“THE BEST OF EVERYTHING AFTER 5O” WOMAN OF THE WEEK: CAROL SOKOLSKI PONSIEK–The Unbearable Lightness of During

Yay, Carol! Can you believe it?  Carol was worried about being chosen “Woman of the Week” because she didn’t have a “before” and an “after” photo!  Only, as she calls . . . Read More

WSTC-AM and WNLK-AM “The Lisa Wexler Show” Radio Show (Live)

Host Lisa Wexler and I talked about fitness, nutrition, and how to safely and effectively lose those post-menopausal pounds.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS NOT INCLUDED

I don’t like doing anything, unless I have the “operating instructions.”  But, many things in life don’t come with them.  Sometimes you have to make them up as you go . . . Read More

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