Advice for Women from Women – Mid December 2008

December 15, 2008 at 3:04 pm (December 2008)

Welcome to the December 15, 2008 edition of advice for women from women.

Business and Finance


  • Kathleen Gaga presents It’s my judgment, so it must be right! posted at Daily Awareness, saying, “One of the most fascinating lies we tell ourselves is if we believe something to be true, right or so, it must be. The fact is, much of what we try to convince ourselves and others as true is often a matter of judgment based on ego. If something is happening that we simply don’t approve of, then obviously it is wrong. Or so the thinking for many people goes. Learn a simple technique for minimizing judgment.”


  • Marsha Hudnall presents Fitting in Fitness during the Holiday Season posted at A Weight Lifted, saying, “It’s a common theme during the holiday season: “I have so much to do, how will I ever stay with my fitness plan?” It’s true; we commonly overcommit ourselves during this time which means, for many of us, that we turn self-care into a luxury instead of a priority. Experts agree making a holiday fitness plan is key to succeeding. Read the whole article (it’s short) for strategies for making or keeping fitness part of your life during busy times.”

  • Cory Albertson presents An Oldie but a Goodie posted at Eating Healthy, saying, “One of the easiest and cheapest (hey, who isn’t looking for “cheap” ways to stay in shape nowadays!) fitness methods is the good ol’ pushup.”




  • Mary@SimplyForties presents Finding Friends posted at SimplyForties, saying, “The older we get the harder it is to make new friends and yet friendships are so important. Here are some strategies to help you get started.”

  • freakishly fertile presents diva cup posted at Freakishly Fertile After 40, saying, “Did you know that there’s new amazing new technology to help us deal with Auntie Flo’s monthly visit?”

  • Mina Togonon presents The Gift of Patience posted at 24 Hour Paradigm, saying, “Everybody’s challenged in exhibiting patience on various occasions. I myself have struggled to win this virtue. At this time, we can’t have a perfect state of living but being patient or exhibiting long suffering allows you to experience life’s blessings and remain happy regardless of the mounting troubles and apathy of this society.”

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