Category Archives: mom

Stability, not the mental kind

A couple weeks ago, I was down in Texas for Beloved Eldest Niece’s wedding. OK, Texas in August is HOT. Seriously. So, needing some exercise to break that sluggish, post-travel-day slump, I got up early to run along the riverwalk … Continue reading

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Mom – Off To The Races

My mom worries about me. Actually, she worries about all of us – my sister, my brother, my dad, the grandchildren, her sisters, her brothers, friends, their children…. This is not a bad thing. She worries because she cares about … Continue reading

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Lessons from My Parents – Mom

Doing it right is more important than doing a lot. That’s today’s Life-Cise Daily Tip. (you can click this link to sign up for the Daily Tip & Newsletter.) My mom is a perfect example of this. When I see her, … Continue reading

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Thanks Mom!

Happy Mother’s Day, Mom! Many of you know my mom from my posts. I write about her with great pride; she’s my shining example. She is the pushup queen, and the one who, at age 72, decided maybe she’d like … Continue reading

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Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks

I am so going to get in trouble for that title! – this is another post about my mom. Some of you may remember my mom; I mention her pretty often. She’s my star client. I made her do pushups, … Continue reading

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