living with arthrities is no easy tag their are quite a few diffrebt kinds, i have ostio arthrities and the weather affect any person with arthrities but i do excersies and take medication and keep a very positive attitude as it could be worse and everone has a porpose or reson why they are on this earth . And their is an old saying when it gett tough the tough get going, please feel free to add a story or a coment about arthrities weather it be you or a family member or friend in how you or… Continue
Added by MOIRA CLEMENTS on April 30, 2010 at 3:10am —
Beautiful Little Classics
Beings May 3 on ONE: The Body, Mind & Spirit Channel
Monday – Friday
DAY: 1 – 3 PM
NIGHT: 1 – 3 AM
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When was the last time MusicVideo made you feel something? Welcome to Beautiful Little Classics, a new TV program dedicated exclusively to beautiful music and pictures for a crazy world,… Continue
Added by Moses Znaimer on April 29, 2010 at 4:00pm —
If you are tempted to snack at the end of the day, try this technique. Review everything you have eaten throughout the day and total the calories. If you find that you have eaten quite enough given your weight loss goals, reassure yourself with this information.
Remind yourself that you have had plenty of calories and that you can just ignore the impulse for additional eating. Sometimes the simple act of reviewing your consumption is sufficient to dissolve the urge to eat even more.… Continue
Added by Carole L. Carson on April 28, 2010 at 4:31pm —
In my previous post I discussed how I wouldn't want 50 to be the new 30. But I posed a question at the end: Eventhough I wouldn't want to be 30 again, would I want to look 30? The answer is a definitive, resounding, obvious....well, yes and no.
At a recent doctor's appointment to discuss having my deviated septum corrected (thus hopefully eliminating the need to wear those beguiling breathe strips to bed - they SO… Continue
Added by Sharron Richardson on April 25, 2010 at 2:46pm —
We're no Fred & Ginger, but my wife and I enjoy old time dancing (or ballroom dancing). Outside of cruises that we enjoy, there don't seem to be anyplaces that have this type of dancing anymore. In the early 80's when we were first married, for our anniversary we used to go dining and dancing at the Inn on The Park, and later the Prince Hotel. I believe the Old Mill used to have this type of dancing on Friday nights, but this has appears to have changed to rock… Continue
Added by ted on April 25, 2010 at 10:51am —
Hello world of Zoomers.I just joined and am a little unsure of myself.
My wonderful husband of 34 years died on Mar 19th at Sunnybrook Hosp from bone cancer.The last 4 years i nursed him, entertained him.consoled him and wept with him.We were in this together and now I am left.
Now what? I feel like i have hit a dead wall and i am so confused.Where do i go from here?Who am i going to be?
Added by Joanna on April 24, 2010 at 8:00pm —
A few months shy of my 50th birthday, I seem to notice anything pertaining to turning half a century old. It's like my truck. I drive a Ford Escape and so I see Escapes everywhere. Well, actually, there are Escapes everywhere. (Mine's special because I pronounce it "Es-cop-ay".) But I digress. One thing I notice about being 50 is that it is being hailed as the new 40, the new 30. Why is this I wonder? Why isn't it simply the new… Continue
Added by Sharron Richardson on April 24, 2010 at 10:23am —
What exactly is a baby boomer? Well, the Wiktionary defines it as: a person born in the postwar years (generally considered as the decade between 1945 and 1955), when there was an increase in the birth rate following the return of servicemen at the end of World War II.…
Added by Jesse Reed on April 22, 2010 at 9:06am —
The Feel Teal Club was especially designed for the general public & Artists of every industry.…
Added by Debbie Stevens on April 21, 2010 at 9:46pm —
I can’t believe that it’s just under two months to go to ideaCity 2010! That’s right, there’s less than 60 days until many of you will spend three glorious ones basking in thought-provoking ideas and rich conversation with remarkable people.
I can sense your anticipation, so I’ll get right to it. Introducing the first ten speakers to appear at ideaCity 2010 in our new home at Toronto’s Koerner Hall at the Royal Conservatory. Ranging in age from 13 to 88 and across a… Continue
Added by Moses Znaimer on April 21, 2010 at 4:55pm —
When I hear strident voices arguing about the merits of the recent legislation on healthcare, I picture passengers arguing about the arrangement of deck chairs on the Titanic.
You don’t have to be a math major to figure out that the majority of American adults who are overweight (66 percent, or 200 million citizens) are inadvertently putting themselves at risk for life-threatening, expensive-to-treat medical problems. Surplus pounds increase the risk for diabetes, certain cancers and… Continue
Added by Carole L. Carson on April 21, 2010 at 3:52pm —
Are you a baby boomer? If so, your parents most likely somehow assisted in moving Canada toward victory in World War II. This victory led to the greatest baby and economic booms in history. Think about that statement for a moment. Do you think it's a coincidence? It's not. The reason the Canadian economy boomed from the early 80s to the late 90s was… Continue
Added by Jesse Reed on April 19, 2010 at 9:07pm —
Don,t look back the bridge is gone.
Added by ruthy on April 18, 2010 at 7:13pm —
Old acquaintances still alive,
Internet keeping us in touch.
Once lived together to survive
Leaning on the other’s crutch
That was no crutch at all but love
Supported by what we’re made of.
Added by John Wester on April 15, 2010 at 5:55pm —
Sociologists define those born between 1946 and 1964, or those who are currently 46-64 years of age, as "Baby Boomers".…
Added by Jesse Reed on April 15, 2010 at 3:30pm —
If you’ve read many of my articles, you’ve no doubt noticed that I repeat myself on the importance of surrounding yourself with like-minded fitness friends and family. I have done so out of a conviction based on my own experience that our success is mightily dependent on the team we assemble around us.
Let me explain. I tried and failed to get fit and lose weight for 40 years. I succeeded only when I went public and surrounded myself with support. Armed with this insight, I support… Continue
Added by Carole L. Carson on April 14, 2010 at 2:28pm —
Last week, the counter top, that we had ordered as a replacement for our bathroom vanity, arrived so I had planned to install it on Fri. As it happened, our dishwasher also broke down last week and we decided to replace since it was 10 years old. It also arrived Sat. AM just right in the middle of the vanity job.
I spent all day Fri. and Sat. cutting and fitting the counter-top (walls are never built straight, plumb or true) and this counter had to be fitted along three sides.… Continue
Added by redo on April 14, 2010 at 10:15am —
Don’t be a Cop-Out.
Got your attention, didn’t I?
What If I told you there were only four kinds of people in the world?
“Cop-outs” – These are people who don’t have any goals and have very little drive. They just want to remain the same out rut doing nothing different to change their lives or the lives of anyone
around them. They probably spend…
Added by Virginia Wild on April 14, 2010 at 12:06am —
Our sister station, The New Classical 96.3FM
is giving away tickets for you and a guest to see Peter Gabriel LIVE in Montreal, Quebec. Contest closes on April 14, 2010!
No drums. No guitar. Only a 55-piece orchestra will do as Peter Gabriel makes his only Canadian concert stop at the Bell Centre in Montreal on April 29 during his “New Blood” Tour promoting his new album… Continue
Added by The New AM 740 - Zoomer Radio on April 13, 2010 at 11:00am —
I was in a grocery store the other day and was struck by the abundant selection of food available there. I stopped for a moment to experience simple gratitude for where I live and having this available. I simply stood there for a moment to appreciate it. And this too is meditation.
Added by Eric Reynolds on April 13, 2010 at 9:10am —