Monthly Archives: December 2011

Merry Holidays

From Christmas to Hanukkah to Kwanzaa to Yule I wish everyone a very Merry Holiday season!  Love eachother!

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Computer Vision Syndrom Is Real

On my flight out here to my mother-in-law’s home for the holidays, I found this ad in the SKYMALL magazine.  Mostly it made me laugh.  From the green glow on his glasses to the man’s entire presentation- purple shirt, hair … Continue reading

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Visions of Sugar Plums

Diet plays a vital role in everything we do.  We are what we eat; just as the saying goes.  So as I have previously mentioned, I am monitoring my diet for nutritional value (as I have recently adopted vegetarian habits) … Continue reading

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Tired of It

Perhaps it is the holiday hustle and bustle, or maybe it is just the end of year jitters that has me feeling somewhat tired.  For the past few days I have not been able to sleep well.  I float between … Continue reading

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Another New Recipe

As I have shared before, I like to try new recipes and learn more about the foods I eat, especially if I have never enjoyed them before.  On Sunday, from the Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook, I made the show … Continue reading

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Season of Gifts

Now as you could easily guess, plenty of viewers rose to the challenge and if you care to see the short compilation that aired just this past week on the show you can find it at Jezebel.com.  The title is … Continue reading

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Cleanliness? …And How.

Earlier today, NPR.com issued an article promoting the research compiled by Dr. Danielle Robertson, stating that while 85% of contact wearers think they are properly maintaining their eyewear and ocular health, actually only 2% were maintaining good standards.  The full … Continue reading

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