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THE SECRETS OF WEIGHT LOSS SUCCESS

It's vital to understand the pitfalls before you even begin?
Much research shows that the majority of people who lose weight gain it all back and then some. But amidst this discouraging news, some individuals not only keep off the pounds for years but even continue their weight loss over time. What’s the key to their weight loss success?

DO YOU REALLY NEED A WILL?

Though some advisers pooh-pooh it, a will can avoid big problems
You might have heard that Prince died without a will, which has already led to a flurry of legal maneuverings over his estate. But do mere mortals like the rest of us, with far smaller net worths, really need a will?

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Dating Someone Younger

If you’re anything like me, in the near future, you’ll probably find yourself dating someone who is younger than you. There are, of course, any number of reasons for this. But it’s mostly because there just aren’t that many people who are older than you, unless you want to go out with someone eager to…

How to Talk With Your Millennial Kids About Work

Here’s a suggestion for boomer and Gen X parents struggling to get their Millennial kids to engage in conversation with them: Ask them about their work. The trick is, however, knowing how to do it — and how not to. As the mother of two grown sons, I can attest that asking, “How’s work going?”…

The Quiet Blessing of Grief That Never Ends

In the almost seven years since I laid my husband to rest, followed barely a year later by the loss of my sister and mother, I’ve developed an appreciation for just how unpredictable and, well, amazing grief can be. I’m not talking about the period of hollowing when the shock and fog of loss clouds…

The Life-Challenging Anguish of Tidying Up

After the loss of a special someone, the painful task of sifting through and parting with that someone’s special somethings lies in wait. Which clothes to keep? Which work files to discard? What to do with the no longer needed wallet, passport, bedside alarm clock? And when do you begin to tackle the possessions after…

Celiac: The Illness I Wish I Could Keep Secret

About 12 years ago, I sat across a table from the head cook at a New England writers’ conference where I would be teaching for two weeks. Freckled and blonde, the cook wore a checkered kerchief around her neck. “I have celiac,” I explained. “I can’t eat gluten. And, gluten can’t touch my food.” She said…

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