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Patricia S.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA
Hello! I'm a professional writer who spends far too many hours sitting on my behind. In order to keep myself healthy and active, I've created ways to rev up my energy and counteract the hours at the keyboard, keep my diet low in calories, allow my spirits to soar as I sit quietly and tune out the negativity that nurtures writer's block. Join me in my quest to live the good life where all is well and rejection notices are nowhere to be found. Patricia Smith
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A Simple Path to Eating Well by Patricia S. Posted in: General Discussion in Healthy Eating America is the land of culinery diversity. Unfortunately, too many choices blur the lines between what we think is good for us and what really is good for us. Upgrading your d ... Read on »
All Around the Blueberry Bush (Eating to Get Smart) by Patricia S. Posted in: General Discussion in Healthy Eating Eat blueberries and Einstein will have nothing on you. According to a study at the Human Nutrition Center on Aging at Tufts University, blueberries offer the highest concentra ... Read on »
It's a Dog's Life by Patricia S. Posted in: General Discussion in Stress Management My wirehair fox terrier Mitchel and I have been together for almost 4 years now. We're both healthy, happy, and continuing to learn how to live together successfully. Since I ... Read on »
Compassion Fatigue: Repetitive Stress of the Heart by Patricia S. Posted in: General Discussion in Stress Management Caring too much can hurt. When care givers focus on others without practicing authentic self-care, destructive behaviors can surface such as apathy, isolation, bottled-up emot ... Read on »
The Healing Power of Journaling by Patricia S. Posted in: General Discussion in Stress Management Sad? Depressed? Caught in a transitional time warp that seems to be going nowhere? Moving forward into happiness and joy is as easy as putting pen to paper. Words have meaning ... Read on »
Bringing Nature to your Doorstep by Patricia S. Posted in: General Discussion in Stress Management If monarch butterflies bring joy to your heart and scrub jays bring smiles to your face, you can create your own backyard wildlife habitat. The National Wildlife Federation (w ... Read on »