Girls today are steering away from math, science and computers in record numbers. According to the U.S. Department of Education, the percentage of women graduates in computer science is at a 39-year low. In 2012, women in the U.S. earned only 19% of all math and computer science degrees (compared to 37% 20 years ago) and made up less than 25% of the workers in engineering … [Read more...] about Why Our Daughters Need To Play More Video Games
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PART I: SHAPELY SHOULDERS Hey Moms...Who says that we can’t hit the weights hard, like the guys in the gym, and reap the rewards of the super-charged, fat-burning metabolism that a solid, muscular body is famous for? Being that I am personal trainer, there are many times that I am face to face with my "Mommy" clients’ looks of fear when I have them to do explosive … [Read more...] about Sexy Shoulders + Wide Back = Tiny Waist
The following is Part 1 in a three-part series on finding relief from pelvic pain through physical therapy, yoga, and other complementary therapies. Read Part 2 and Part 3. 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 … [Read more...] about Finding Relief From Pelvic Pain
On every street corner at this time of year, I see small inter-generational huddles: grandparents, parents, and kids, together for the holidays. Shopping for last minute presents, walking the neighborhood, stopping at the fudge shop on the corner. Everyone is bundled up, looking like colorful postcards of families happy to be together as Christmas inches closer.But … [Read more...] about Too Much Family Togetherness?
Despite the fact that Valentine’s Day can be a bit of a contrived holiday, kids love it! And with six kids in elementary school, it’s generally a very busy holiday in my household. I try to remember that it’s only a Hallmark holiday - there’s no point in letting it cause stress. So, I have a few easy tips to keep Valentine’s Day in perspective: 1. Keep … [Read more...] about Valentine’s Day With Kids: Keep It Simple