Barbara Hannah Grufferman


Archive for January, 2011


> Mistakes of Middle Age Women

Transform Your Body With These 5 Simple Moves?

In memory of Jack LaLanne, who passed away yesterday — January 23rd, 2011 — at the age of 96, I am re-posting this article, which originally ran on Huffington Post. One of the most important lessons I learned after turning 50 is that it’s never too late to get in shape. Along with a regular cardio program and eating right, . . . Read More


If you’re like most of us, by now you’ve written your New Year’s resolutions, which could include anything from losing weight to changing jobs, finding a mate, saving more, spending less or finding a few extra minutes every day for yourself. Before you even think about embarking on any of them, consider this fundamental truth: you can’t move forward if . . . Read More

Can Loss Open Your Heart to Compassion?

This article was originally published on Huffington Post Understanding Loss Loss can be experienced in many different ways, and it seems tat the older one gets, the more frequently loss can make an appearance. Usually associated with the death of a loved one, the concept of loss is often terribly misunderstood. What Is “Ambiguous Loss”? There are specific kinds of . . . Read More

On The Today Show

From: Kami Gray

> What to do With Incoming Gray: Hide it, Blend it, or Go With it?