Monthly Archives: September 2013

Well Traveled: Maine Attraction

You don’t have to be an outdoorsman, camper or lover of nature to take a tour through one of our most beautiful states — Maine. I spent five days there in August and enjoyed delicious lobsta, hiked a mountain and marveled at moose. Early October is their peak time for fall colors, so if I […]

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Well Being: Healthy & Wholesome Red Pepper Recipes

I grew up with wonderful Italian cooking so I naturally love anything with a red sauce, especially this time of year as the temperatures drop. One of my favorite options to have an Italian meal that’s more protein based (and low fat) than a typical carbohydrate-laden pasta meal is stuffed peppers. They also store well […]

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Well Dressed: Army Green + Jean

My favorite color is green. Not just any green – usually olive or army green. I have to consciously limit the amount of clothes I buy in this color because it could easily take over my closet. As a result, since I have a lot of it, I try to purchase items that compliment the […]

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Well Being: Sunday Morning Protein Pancakes

I love pancakes so when I can eat them guilt-free, I usually do. Sunday mornings are typically the only morning I’m at home with enough time to make more than scrambled eggs, and I really look forward to this treat. This recipe is a great way to make what is normally an all-carbohydrate meal more […]

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Well Being: Get Creative with Cardio

Perhaps you read one of my previous posts about running bleachers (if not it’s here). Since I run them quite a bit, I like to vary my workout to incorporate different parts of the body and to make it a little more challenging. These variations are especially great if the bleachers or steps near you […]

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