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Thank you to Danielle for sharing our story and thank you to EVERYONE making difficult decisions and preparing for our kids to go back to school this fall.

THE VIRUS VEIL is a way of protecting not only our kids, but their teachers and administrative and support staff as well.  And US!  They’re always bringing some bug home.

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HIL4: My WHOLE30® Alternative

Anyone else doing the Thanksgiving sit of shame?  You know, when you sit down the day after Thanksgiving, you probably just finished an enormous plate of leftovers, and you can very literally feel that you have added a measurable amount to your waist, thighs, and hips?  Anyone?

It’s not about the way you look, but the way you feel.  Rather than wait for New Year’s resolutions to take care of it, and without ruining your holiday party season, try this instead:

As promised months ago, here is my alternative to the impossible (for me) WHOLE30®.  Since I hate few things more than clicking on a recipe and scrolling FOREVER to get to the ingredients or instructions, let’s get right to it…

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Don’t Suffer Silently

Last week The Players’ Tribune published Kevin Love’s article Everyone Is Going Through Something.  In it he discusses his experience with anxiety and having  a panic attack during a Cavs game.  Also, how until that point, he didn’t feel like he could benefit from talking about his issues and the circumstances that may have led up to this incident.

The taboo surrounding mental health is lessening, but still exists.  I admire any person, public figure or not, who is willing to put their personal experience out there for the benefit of others.

I met a man last weekend who two seconds after shaking my hand, when asked how he was doing by the man next to me me, looked at him and started talking about how he was struggling with panic attacks.  I admired his ability to speak so openly about it.

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