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Have You Tasted God’s Love? What is graced with a crown, has seeds to number the Old Testament laws and brings rhythm to your heart? If you guessed pomegranate – you are correct. Rich in symbolism while delivering an antidote for life, pomegranates bring the taste of God’s love in three ways: Biblically Because, Read More

Just Don’t Quit A patient man has great understanding, but a quick-tempered man displays folly. Proverbs 14:29 It takes time for changes to take place in our bodies. Developing patience and proficiency in the area of exercise may be one of the biggest challenges of all, but will be well worth it. One of, Read More

How’s your heart? When you read that question – do you think of your physical heart, the organ ‘muscle’ that delivers blood throughout the body; or do you think of the emotional aspect of the heart, the innermost part of your being? After all, it is National Heart Month, so it’s the perfect time, Read More

Don’t you love fresh songs that inspire your body to move and your soul to soar? I do! Ever since I was a little girl I have loved dancing to music—starting with tap and ballet, then in cotillion, at high school dances, and now in Body & Soul! Music makes me look forward to, Read More

Yes, that’s what we are this winter! We don’t pilot helicopters and pick up soldiers in battle who need rescuing. We don’t run across the beach clutching a red floating device to help a child who is in danger from a rip tide. Instead, we join together in Body & Soul Fitness classes, personally, Read More

What does Christmas mean to you? There are so many aspects of this special season that bring us joy. I urge you to take a moment and think about what matters most. Take a deep breath, smile and think about the true meaning of Christmas. Part of Christmas is about “shopping”-whether online or in, Read More

Traveling can be exhausting! I flew to California for a nutrition conference last month. Once there, I enjoyed the palm trees, sunshine, and, of course, the lectures I attended, but the trip itself was less than amazing. Shuttle bus fumes, heavy luggage (I know nothing about traveling light), crowds, security—these are all necessary evils, Read More

I love Christmas. The day after Thanksgiving I cannot wait to put up my decorations− decking my halls and walls and tables. My husband laughs at how many Christmas decorations I brought into our home the first year we were married− and the fact that I can add to them every year! I light, Read More

A complete stranger nodded to me through the glass door. He made a hand motion that he would open it for me and I somehow perceived that he didn’t speak English, by the way he gestured and nodded without saying a word. I stepped back and this kind young man opened the door with, Read More

I did it again. I lost my oatmeal. I have a habit of fixing my breakfast and walking around the house eating it. I set the bowl down somewhere, and couldn’t remember where I left it. About a month later, my son said “Mom, what is this awful stuff up on the fireplace mantel?”, Read More