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Ultimate Blog Party 2010

Welcome to the 4th annual Ultimate Blog Party. It’s a family affair, hosted by twins Janice and Susan, along with their mom, Joan, from 5 MinutesforMom. They have a week of activities planned and all you have to do is show up. Consider this your formal invitation! We’ve just joined in and see that there’s plenty going on – mommy and granny blogs to visit, lots of giveaways and prizes, useful information and chances to connect or network.But first, we’re Phyllis and Rosemary, longtime friends, co-founders of HerMentorCenter, life coaches … Continue reading

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Sally Shields Chats with Our Readers

Yesterday, we enjoyed hosting Sally Shields, author of The Daughter-in-Law Rules on our blog. Here are some of our readers’ questions and Sally’s responses. When Anita asked Sally how her mother-in-law reacted to reading about herself in the book, Sally recalled how it affected their relationship: “There are 3 parts to that… first when she found out I was writing the book she said, “I know I can be a B….tch, Sally! I’m a Leo. But we’re a lot a like, you know. Now go write a best-seller, or I’ll … Continue reading

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The Daughter-in-Law Rules

Nourishing Relationships: We are so pleased to have Sally Shields, author of The Daughter-in-Law Rules join us today. We have so much to ask you, lets get right to it!What is the concept behind the DIL Rules and how did you derive at that name? Sally Shields: The Daughter-in-Law Rules is based on the 7th spiritual law of success, which is: the quickest way to get what you want is to help others get what they want. By that I mean, be a loving, kind-hearted, sensitive person, and the world … Continue reading

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Coping with Menopausal Symptoms

You’ve likely tried many techniques to deal with the annoying symptoms of perimenopause. Here are some that many Sandwiched Boomers find work for them. Try them, if you haven’t already, and see if they work for you. If hot flashes and night sweats plague you, join the gang. You can: dress in layers, have a personal fan handy to use whenever you need, sleep in a cool room at night, avoid alcohol, spicy foods and others that trigger a hot flash. Many women in perimenopause just can’t get a good … Continue reading

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