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An Insider’s Scoop November 28, 2017

One down, two more to go! With Thanksgiving under our belts it now just leaves Xmas and New Years. Oh yes, and Hanukkah! All I know though is that this week so many of my patients will be questioning their most recent eating decisions. Too much stuffing? Perhaps. One too many slices of pie? Probably. But at this exact moment - who cares? If I have said it once, I will say it probably a million more times: "Today is a NEW day!".

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Let The Holidays Begin November 21, 2017

In two days the holiday season will begin. Every year I swear I say the same thing: "How did this happen so quickly?" Wasn't I just complaining that summer was officially over? Is is just me or are all stores now decorating with Christmas things immediately after Halloween - a little early, no? In any event I guess I feel a little obligated to give my usual holiday spiel.

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Non-Traditional Ways To Meditate November 8, 2017

On Sunday I watched the NYC Marathon from the street. I cheered, I applauded and I was inspired among complete strangers. There is something about this event, especially when I watch the wheelchair division, that makes me feel anything is possible. It might be hard to explain, but as I see every runner race by I think about their commitment to get to this moment no matter what their story may be, and I feel grateful.

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When It’s Time To Procrastinate October 31, 2017

I have spoken about procrastination before. For me, it's the one more look at Instagram, or a call to my mom or sister, before I sit down to write. Yes - been procrastinating for hours before writing this blog! I also realized lately that it is in keeping my home in tip-top shape. In other words, how did that leak under the sink get to my basement without my knowing? Did I just forget to call the plumber? Maybe! Which made me think about our bodies. (OK, so now you may know where I am going with this!)

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When Harry Met Sally October 17, 2017

When I first starting dating my husband he was embarrassed when I ordered in a restaurant. He thought I asked too many questions and made too many special requests. Fast forward a zillion years later (obviously he married me anyway) and we both have softened. I have become more chill with my ordering and he now orders all his dressings on the side!

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Stop Making Excuses! October 13, 2017

One of my favorite quotes I share on social media is: "If it is important to you, you will find a way. If not you will find an excuse." I think we are all guilty of this on some level. Personally I know I put off doing things sometimes and claim it is because of lack of time. But, then I will find myself wasting a ton of time looking at photos on Instagram or speaking on the phone with my mom or sister for way to long.

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Diets Don’t Work! September 26, 2017

Inhale. Exhale. Repeat. So much craziness in the world. I've been thinking about it a lot lately. I try not to let it get to me me. Instead I try to focus on everything that I have to be grateful for and live with an open heart. I suggest you try the same. Inhale. Exhale. Repeat.

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Should I Buy Tumeric? September 12, 2017

I have been trying lately to focus on forearm stand without using a block. I have found it has become a crutch for me. Without it I fall over quite a bit. BUT on the other hand when using a block I am also certain to get up and balance. Is that choosing the easy way out? Should I be pushing myself more? Or accept where I am? When I posed this question on Instagram I got this lovely reply from a follower, "If the block helps u focus and stay in alignment it's not a crutch it is a wing for flying."

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Breaking The Rules! August 29, 2017

What do you do when you have nine adults together for lunch with a variety of food like/dislikes and intolerances? Run? No! Take a deep breath? Yes! So, last week my family came to visit and I for one can admit that mealtimes can be challenging. Some are lactose intolerant, some don't eat bagels (I know, how can we be related?), others no mayo, etc. But at the end of the day we make it work and everyone leaves the table happy.

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Stay Cool! August 15, 2017

When you go to someone's house for dinner do you have a "special" dish that you bring with you? For me, in the summer, it is hands down fruit salad. Typically I suggest that I bring one and typically my hosts are overjoyed at my suggestion. My fruit salad varies a little but usually consists of: blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, watermelon, oranges and grapefruit. The other night however is was met with fierce competition for dessert.

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