How to make stress your friend

Great talk on turning stress on it’s head and a new way to view stress. Stress. It makes your heart pound, your breathing quicken and your forehead sweat. But while stress has been made into a public health enemy, new research suggests that stress may only be bad for you if you believe that to […]

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Anthelios Sunscreen with Mexoplex, Mexoryl SX, Mexoryl XL and Tinosorb S by La Roche-Posay

Mexoplex, Mexoryl and Tinosorb S are marketing names for ingredients found in Anthelios sunscreens made by La Roche-Posay. However, as I discovered from my dermatologist, not all Anthelios products contain Mexoplex, Mexoryl and Tinosorb S, making particular Anthelios products better than others. It gets very confusing, especially when considering there are different products in the USA versus […]

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Chase Sapphire Credit Card

I just had to write today about my excellent experience thus far with the Chase Sapphire credit card customer service.  This is the second time I have been throughly impressed with their ability to quickly handle my call and questions.  My first experience regarded combining chase credit cards.  With bank mergers, take overs and collapses […]

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Thanksgiving 2009

Mom had everyone over to her house for Thanksgiving dinner.  I had a wonderful time and love when seeing family and getting together. Dave had seme fun with “chef” Powell. Steve, Dan’s Brother and Betty’s son came by later in the evening with his son Paul, it was great to see them. Here is a […]

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Albert Bierstadt Paintings Yosemite

Today I saw part of Ken Burn’s National Parks documentary which featured the artist Albert Bierstadt and his painting Looking Down Yosemite Valley. It reminds me of another favorite of mine, Monet. Bierstadt and Monet capture those awe inspiring moments shared by so many. The impression left by the beauty nature bestows upon us seems […]

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