Tag: self-care

Where Do You Get Energy From?

From the Journal of the S.O.B. Energy is so important as it lets us keep going and learning. I know that I have instinctive energy and that my workout routine helps with that. In addition, I think positively and have

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Find Time for Rest and Relaxation

I’m sure many of you had a celebratory Mother’s Day! I got phone calls from all the kids (grand and great-grand included) but was alone here in Palm Desert dog sitting for my son who was in Miami. Crazy huh!

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What does your image day about you?

From the Journal of the S.O.B.: Image may not be everything, but it’s darn important. Of course, a lot has to do with what you do, where you live and how you want to be perceived. Living in Florida, people

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Manage Your Stress

There’s that ugly word again.¬† Yet I know there are times you feel like you’re on a stage playing a variety of roles! Do you think about what a great mother or grandmother you are and then see yourself on

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Fire Up Your S.O.B. Spirit!

S.O.B.’s have fire, don’t ever quit and get immense joy and pleasure out of what you do. You make a difference, and because you are sassy and “mature,” you get away with a lot more than you used to. You

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Keys to Good Health

If you want to get the most out of being the best S.O.B. possible, you must also feel your best. That means having energy, accomplishing what you want throughout the day, and eating and exercising for your body type. This

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Spunky Old Broad Of The Year – 2019

FROM THE JOURNAL OF THE SPUNKY OLD BROAD: The Spunky Old Broad for 2019 is Robin Roberts. A cancer survivor, host of Good Morning America, Former ESPN host, winner of the Arthur Ashe Courage award, she epitomizes everything an S.O.B.

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How are you handling loss?

To continue on with my personal journey, I thought I would tackle the subject of loss. Certainly all of you have experienced some type of loss in your life. Some are more  painful than others but none of them are

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Welcome 2019 – Coping with Change – Part 2

To continue on from last week–one year later they found cancer in my other breast. This constituted a need for both chemo and radiation. Yes, I lost my hair but not my spirit. I started wearing gorgeous hats and no

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Welcome 2019 – Coping with Change

First I want to welcome all of you to 2019. I am sure many of you are getting tons of “How to Make 2019 your best year ever” messages as I have. And no, I’m not going there. But I

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