Tabata-My New Favorite Way to Exercise

It can take ten minutes or less. Most of us can find 10 minutes on most days, right? Tabata is a high intensity workout that was developed from a study in 1996 designed by, and named after, Professor Izumi Tabata in Japan.  It involves intense full body exercise for 20 seconds, then 10 seconds of … Continue reading Tabata-My New Favorite Way to Exercise

Frame Freeze: Dealing with Stress

We like sayings around our house.  Maybe that was an understatement. Pretty much we live by sayings. These can be originals like something someone in our family said, or heard someone else say; or ones we have heard from a movie or a TV show and got a kick out of. The newest one Husband … Continue reading Frame Freeze: Dealing with Stress


Before you read the rest of this try to estimate a good guess on how many times you think you laugh each day. Then we will get back to that subject. A while back I read a Dr. Andrew Weil internet post about an MD, Dr. Madan Kataria from India, who is developing something called … Continue reading Laughter