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JigSaw Sunday: Pi Day, Albert Einstein, Your Brain

Today is Albert Einstein’s birthday, as well as Pi Day – an opportunity to revel in Pi, not Pie – and the theory of relativity. Relatively speaking, of course.

Daylight Savings Time 2010 – How to best survive the time change.

We are not just turning the clocks ahead by one hour! Tonight, we are also moving our internal clock and the many mechanisms that are governed by it, ahead by one hour, and therein lies the rub. Getting those inner-mechanisms to work on a time schedule!

Einstein Was Right: General Relativity and Your Bathroom Scale

Score one for Einstein and then score one for Our Lady of Weight Loss! Do you know what the scales really measure – scientifically that is?

The Story of Stuff – The video that went viral is now a book

Janice Taylor, Life & Wellness Coach reports … For those familiar with the video that went viral, “The Story of Stuff” by Annie Leonard, you will be delighted to learn that Annie’s new book of the same name has hit the shelves! How does all that ‘Stuff’ affect your happiness and health … your weight?

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Kick in the Tush Tuesday: Excuses, Excuses?
Good Day Tushkateers, Devotees of Our Lady of Weight Loss and those who have serendipitously and spontaneously arrived here, on this pa

posted 10:40:08am Jan. 27, 2015 | read full post »

Click Yourself Thin: Say Goodbye to Your Last Temptation?
As you click through this week's Get Jiggy Weight Loss JigSaw Puzzle, "The Last Temptation," wave

posted 8:52:03am Jan. 26, 2015 | read full post »

Dysfunctional Chef: Spinach Spoon Bread
Greetings One n' All,  I spent all day yesterday; yes, every second of the day (no exaggeration), researching, perusi

posted 1:12:16pm Jan. 23, 2015 | read full post »

#OneWord Thursday: #Winter Blues?
There are some folk who love winter. (Go figure!) And then there are some folk who suffer from Sea

posted 3:05:35pm Jan. 22, 2015 | read full post »

Best Weight Loss Tip: 20 Minutes Heaven or Hell...You Decide!
Did you know?  It takes 20 minutes before our brain catches up to our stomach and realizes that it’s full.  W

posted 12:43:43pm Jan. 21, 2015 | read full post »


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