Archive for July, 2011
Washington Post writer Esther Cepeda interviewed me last week for this article about women and fitness. The real question she had was this: Why are Americans so out-of-shape?
It’s human nature to always be ready to jump on the next “new thing” . . . whether it’s a diet that everyone is raving about, an exercise program that promises to get rid of cellulite or (finally!) the skin cream that will erase wrinkles as soon as you spot them. If something seems too good to be true, it’s . . . Read More
What a great honor: The Best of Everything After 50 has been chosen to be a recommended book by Elect Women Magazine! The people behind this prestigious operation are those who research and report on the latest statistics and trends regarding women in political office. I am thrilled to be among some of the best books out there for women . . . Read More
Since I have no zero innate style . . . it’s a good thing I have my Cousin B, my style muse.
Can we move our country from the Age of Apathy to the Age of Action?
280,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. There are currently millions of breast cancer survivors alive in the United States alone.