Tag Archives: Real Health

The MoonWalk in Manhattan

Rosemary and I have a long history. We’ve been friends for 35 years, ever since our husbands coached our sons in basketball. And we’ve worked together online – consulting, blogging, publishing a monthly newsletter, writing articles – for the past 12 years. Ten months ago we embarked on a new adventure with WellPoint. We’ve been tracing our health journey through videos and blogging on the Real Health website. Last fall we each did a video-blog about our health goals for the year, and exercise was a primary one for both of … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving and Gratitude

Life in the digital age is hectic. Sometimes it takes the spirit of a holiday to slow us down enough to fully appreciate what we have. Once the turkey is in the oven, try to carve out some quiet time and think about what you’re grateful for – like, moving through a crisis to a new perspective or sharing private time with a loved one. Then bring a hearty dish of gratitude to the Thanksgiving table. Rosemary and I are eager to tell you about our new adventure at Real … Continue reading

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Blogging About Health

Health is sometimes like a computer or car – we take it for granted when everything is going well but when there’s a problem, it takes over and wreaks havoc in our lives.  Perhaps thinking more about wellness and how to take an active role in promoting good health can help us keep our bodies running more smoothly. Now we’ve begun to do just that. In addition to our posts here at HerMentorCenter.com, we’re participating in a yearlong blogging journey aimed at improving health and wellness. Joining other bloggers at … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

For those of us observing Rosh Hashanah, we wish you and your family a sweet, happy, healthy New Year, one filled with peace and purpose. The New Year is also the beginning of a new adventure for us. We have been asked to participate in a yearlong blogging journey aimed at improving health. We will be telling our story about how friendship and relationships help us age healthfully. Come follow us and our new blogging friends at RealHealth and visit the HealthJoinIn page on facebook. You’ll find a new post … Continue reading

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