Michael Breed

•May 14, 2009 • 1 Comment

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Thank you for your questions for Michael Breed at The Golf Fix! I have forwarded all of the questions to Michael at thegolffix@golfchannel.com. If you would like more information, please visit Michael’s Web site or The Golf Fix Web page (I have linked to both for your convenience).

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The Fix Is In!

•January 15, 2009 • 8 Comments

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Check out “The Golf Fix with Michael Breed” starting Monday, January 26th at 8:00 p.m. ET!

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Migraines, attention issues, adhd, allergies, depression…

•July 2, 2008 • 2 Comments

AVOID PRESERVATIVES.

Jane Hersey, Feingold Association [Part One]

Jane Hersey, Feingold Association [Part Two]

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Feingold Diet

•June 18, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Many, many thanks to Jane Hersey of the Feingold Association (and her husband Harry) who came to D.C. today to speak about the harmful effects of additives in food. She shared how minor substitutions in our diet can help eliminate or alleviate a whole host of problems. A video of her talk will be posted on YouTube. For more information, visit Feingold.org (or ADHDDiet.org).

Left side vs. Right side…simple substitutions below. (Examples of additive-free foods are on the right.)

Please click on the mouse for a compelling example of the effects of food coloring:

Thank you Jimmy and Thomas (and of course my hero, John) for all of your help with this project!

Beyond Harry Potter

•June 8, 2008 • Leave a Comment

One of the wonderful benefits of graduation season is the wisdom that is shared in commencement speeches. J.K. Rowling was this year’s Commencement Speaker at Harvard. Her speech is definitely worth watching–and her wisdom is worth remembering.

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Part 2

The Newseum

•May 18, 2008 • 1 Comment

This is a picture of the Newseum’s exhibit of photographer Bill Biggart’s equipment and personal belongings. It was heart-wrenching to see these displayed alongside his last pictures and a video of his heroic wife. Mr. Biggart lost his life on September 11th; his story is incredible…click here to read more. The exhibit was stunningly moving.

The Newseum is spectacular. Jenny was right–I was awed. I think I may join so I can go back again and again–because there was not enough time to see all I wanted to see. And, I didn’t even find Garrett Graff’s notebook (even though Jenny very kindly tried to help me via Twitter…but unfortunately, we had already left).

To see more pictures from the day, click here.

Makes Life Worth Living

•May 16, 2008 • 1 Comment

It was really cold at softball tonight–we had two games. I had a blanket wrapped around me for the two plus hours that I was there and it wasn’t enough. My younger daughter finished her game 30 minutes before her big sister. She too was cold–and she was only wearing her team short-sleeved t-shirt and shorts, that’s it. I was quite happy that I had an extra blanket for her while we watched the rest of my older daughter’s game. When we were leaving the park after the game was over, my younger daughter was worried that her big sister might be cold too–even though her big sister was wearing long sleeves and sweatpants. She took her blanket and wrapped part of it around her sister–she made sure to hold it up on her sister’s shoulder so she would be warm too.

I am glad I have a camera on my cell phone. I’m such a sap; I was delighted that I was able to capture this moment of pure love that makes life worth living.