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Best Selling Author Jennifer Weiner on Finding Balance

Jennifer Weiner says "I'm a firm believer in 'if you don't ask, you don't get.'"  Well, I asked and asked and I got an actual interview with her.  I mean, it was by email, but that's actual enough for me.  Jennifer Weiner is not only my second interview with a famous person, but is also a bestselling…

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Finding Relief From Pelvic Pain

The following is part 1 in a three-part series onfinding relief from pelvic pain through physical therapy, yoga, and other complementary therapies.Question from Kate, a mother of two boys, ages 5 and 7:”I have pelvic pain due to a non-relaxing pelvic floor. I cannot even sit down without pain. I am already doing pelvic physical therapy and have had multiple therapies (see below). What can yoga do to help me find relief …

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Finding Fitness That’s Fun (forgive the alliteration)

There’s a lot that I like about running — no need for planning around a class schedule, no driving, low-cost supplies, and, of course, the solitude that prevents other from seeing how slowly I run. But it does get old. If you’re in a rut and looking for a new fitness option, here are some ideas I read about in The Los Angeles Times by Jeannine Stein…

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Finding a Job

Whether you are about to graduate, are returning to the work force after a break, have recently lost your job or are switching careers, you find yourself at crossroads. Finding a job is a process that most of us go through at least once and possibly several times in our lives. Why do some of us seem to be more successful at landing jobs than others? The difference can be attributed to several reasons such as the jobs seeker’s skills, line of work, the economy and, at times, even simply being at the right place at the right time. This article outlines some of the steps, methods and tips you can use in finding a job, no matter what your interest or skill level.