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The Sound of Music

By Cindy Bishop on 11/04/2010

I’ve said many times over the years (wow, we’ve been blogging for years!), that I’m a self-confessed music junkie. And although it’s good once and a while to walk mindfully and silently through a sunlit forest on cool summer morning, most of the time I like tunes blasting in my ears.  Music really helps me get in the mood — […] Read more »


Sitting Out The Summer — A Diet From Fun?

By Cindy Bishop on 05/25/2010

When Body Image Makes Your Summer A Bummer It’s ironic that so many of us yearn for Old Man Winter to take a hike, only to trade in some low-grade depression after deciding to sit out another summer because of how we feel about our bodies. There’s no bigger bummer than sitting in your house all summer long because you feel fat. Yet year […] Read more »

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Fat Kids Number One Target For Bullies

By Cindy Bishop on 05/04/2010

US News & World Report reports on new research which suggests that being an overweight kid at school increases the risk of being bullied. My first reaction? Was research really necessary to prove such a claim? I guess the most telling result of the study proved that being a fat kid trumps all other reasons kids get bullied in school — gender, […] Read more »


Network Execs Act Like Boobs Over Boobs

By Cindy Bishop on 04/27/2010

Some of you may have already heard all the fuss around a Lane Bryant lingerie ad which didn’t hit the airways last week because it was deemed to be of an inappropriate nature.  ABC pulled the ad (which was to run during “Dancing With The Stars”) and FOX demanded “excessive edits” for the ad which was to run during the […] Read more »

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