Photo: (cc) Mark Fischer/Flickr, license from Creative Commons 2.0 by guest blogger Maya Rodale, author of smart and sassy romance novels On Monday morning I was planning to dash off some fun, fluffy Independence Day blog for today (fireworks! sparklers!). Then the Supreme Court handed down the sort of ruling you wouldn’t expect in America, […]
The other day I found myself giving a teary retirement farewell to two people who’d worked at the Rodale Institute since the early 1970s…since I was an intern there! I hadn’t really prepared “remarks”—after all, it was just a good-bye cake. I hadn’t expected to get so emotional, either. But a few days later, as […]
I’ve been talking about transformation a lot these days. It’s the theme for 2014 at Rodale. It’s definitely a buzzword, and once you focus on it, you start to hear it everywhere. It’s this mythic “thing” that everyone is striving for: personal transformation (physical, mental, and spiritual), strategic business transformation (evolution, renewal), or it can […]
by guest blogger Maya Rodale, author of smart and sassy romance novels With all due respect to my idols, Sheryl, Beyoncé, and the other women of the #BanBossy campaign, I most certainly will not ban bossy. In fact, you can call me bossy flossy, the boss lady, or whatever variation of the B-word you want. […]
I don’t often write about the business side of my life on this blog. Maybe it’s because when I grew up, business and the kitchen were one and the same, and I’ve wanted to separate them a bit. I used to wish for a lifestyle in which home was home, business was business. But the […]
This is my first blog post since Sandy swept through and my last blog post before the election on Tuesday…so I have some stuff to say. Let’s face it, we had a rough week. I am massively grateful that everyone I know and love is present and accounted for, and power has finally been restored to both my home and my business. At the same time, I feel like things will never be quite the same. Actually, I am hoping things are never quite the same.
Lately, there has been a flurry of op-eds and articles on this penetrating question. Yes, I read the piece in The Atlantic and I watched a few network TV ladies trying to assuage their guilt and figure it out, and I, as a working woman and mother, have this to say: Y’all are asking the wrong damn question!!!!!
by guest blogger Mark A. Moyad, MD, MPH. Low libido is a very common problem for women. But there are natural ways to help give you a boost. Here are some of the ones I know to work well:
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