A comprehensive analysis of the emotional, spiritual and cognitive dimensions of aging draws on scientific research and anecdotal testimonies to counsel readers on how to celebrate life after age 50, outlining a holistic paradigm that demystifies key areas while recommending meditations and exercises for optimizing life quality.
Happily facing the sun, thankful for the clouds & rejoicing in the rain; because all of these things are necessary to grow...if you're lucky, they'll be a rainbow at the end of the storm to admire God's majestic grace.
Breast Cancer Roundup, Sept. 1, 2013. "Egan here hopes “to shed some light on how I handled a difficult situation with a healthy twist. I want to let you know how I stayed positive, strong, and somewhat sane during the cancer circus.” She focuses on healthful activity (e.g., yoga), self-care, meditation, and diet."
What I hear when a new manager changes stupid things, just to convince themselves and everyone else that they are now in charge. (this normally involves wasting precious time that could be better spent by whoever they delegated the task to)