August 2010

Gaining Perspective

August 24, 2010

Back in my days of living the financial services life in Boston, I had a friend, Andy, who worked on the sales team for a computer security company. Think of the kind of security measures banks put in place to keep hackers from taking all their clients’ money with a few keystrokes. One of Andy’s […]

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Report that Chinese Herbs Help Cure Cancer

August 19, 2010

Chinese herbs are good for what ails you! I came across this study review on Huang Qin Tang. I myself have only taken Huang Qin Tang once and for only a short time during a particularly nasty GI virus. I won’t lie to you- the taste is not for the faint of heart. But I am guessing […]

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An Age-Old Question- Stay or Go?

August 17, 2010

I married relatively late in life. And before I found my terrifically reliable husband, let’s just say that I had a somewhat colorful dating life, filled mostly with escapees from the Island of Misfit Toys. One boyfriend in particular was an amazingly bad boyfriend, and though I will save the details for my tell-all memoir, […]

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Dance, Baby, Dance!

August 15, 2010

In traditional Chinese medicine, there is no concept of independence between mental health and physical health- instead the two are inextricably linked. Thoughts, emotions, traumas and joys all effect the physical health. And conversely, the physical activities, toxins, disease,  and yes, our favorite, herbs all effect mental health. It is not possible to effect one without […]

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Clearing Toxic Assets from Your Portfolio

August 3, 2010

In the summer I find it entirely too hot to run outside, and so confine my training activities to the treadmill at the gym. Lately I have been going in the mornings, and have noticed that one of the many televisions intended to distract me from the unsatisfying pursuit of what is essentially running in […]

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