HAWMC Day 20–Burnout

I read today’s WEGO Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge post as a couple of different tasks. The first is to write about burnout and what it feels like and/or the second is to write about what gets you OUT of the pit of despair, when nothing is going your way. Yvonne at Considering the Lilies […]

HAWMC Day 18–I Take It Back!

I finished a very fascinating book over Spring Break called the Longevity Project–Surprising Discoveries for Health and Long Life from the Landmark EIGHT-DECADE STUDY by Howard S. Friedman and Leslie R. Martin. In 1921, a Stanford University psychologist, Dr. Lewis Terman, began a study of around 1500 gifted school children, looking at the sources of intellectual […]

HAWMC Day 19–Vintage Me

What a week! Frankly, I need some levity in this contribution to WEGO’s Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge.  Here are a couple of vintage photos of myself taken on Easter Sunday, 1970. These photos were taken: •6 months after my sister was born. •7 years before I tested into my school’s TAG program. •8 years […]

HAWMC Day 15–Sharing

Half way there on Day 15 of WEGO’s Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge! Today’s prompt is to pick someone else’s blog post and comment on it, linking it back and sharing the love. I’m venturing out of my “condition” today and sharing a post by Carolyn Thomas@Heart Sisters. She has an excellent–and very colorful–website focusing […]