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Published in: | on April 9th, 2011 | No Comments »

by : robin Gorman Newman

I thought we’d been there, done that when it comes to sleep deprivation.

When my son was little, we expected to be up during the night with him, but since he recently turned 8, those days are long gone.  Or are they?

In the last week and a half, Seth’s been waking up consistently around 3AM, unable to fall back asleep until about 5AM.  My husband I are take turns laying with him in his bed, but to no avail.  We both emerge exhausted, ultimately leaving my son to go back to sleep himself because our laying with him isn’t helping.

Seth’s been having nightmares.

I posted on Facebook about it, inviting other moms to weigh in and offer advice.

I received some very thoughtful and concerned responses, but it made me realize all the more that while children will be children, and they share that commonality, that’s where things end.  What works for one, doesn’t necessarily work for another.  And, each has their own way of thinking and evolving.

I tried more than once to ask Seth was he dreamt about.  Mostly he was unable to articulate, except for the night there was a rain and wind storm, and the noise bothered him.  Then he was able to share how he was scared that a tree might fall on our house, which is not all that far-fetched since our neighborhood is tree dense, and we have lost power on more than one occasion.  I did my best to try to reassure him that this wasn’t going to be a regular occurrence (and I prayed it wouldn’t be).

A friend mentioned that perhaps he had watched something upsetting on television.  That was certainly a logical thought, though I couldn’t put my finger directly on anything recent that fit that bill.

Another friend mentioned that at Seth’s age, kids become more aware of the world and things around them, cause ‘n effect and all.  So, that could be a contributing factor.

While my husband and I tried our best to flesh out the situation given all the wisdom and ideas shared, ultimately I reached the conclusion that we may never know exactly why Seth is in this sleep disturbance phase.Though temporary , there is something endearing about his needing us in that way, like when he was little.

That said, the lack of sleep has been rough for all of us, and with me in peri-menopause, I don’t sleep all that well many nights to begin with.  So, I got a brainstorm!  I decided to bring up his fire truck sleeping bag that he received as a birthday present a couple of years ago.  He had yet to use it, and this seemed opportune to break it in and enhance the co-sleeping experience.

I told Seth I was going to put it on the floor in our bedroom, next to my side of the bed, on our cushy carpet, and if he woke up, he could lay down there with one of his stuffed animals and feel safe.  I crossed fingers it would work, and it did!  The following morning after we launched this effort, I woke up to find Patches, his trusty husky stuffed animal on the sleeping bag, and I could tell Seth had been there.

I was thrilled that at least we have found a solution, if not the cause, and I know that this too shall pass, though there are little pangs in my heart that yearn to hang on to Seth’s desire to have us close.

Robin Gorman Newman
Author/Speaker/Relationship Coach
www.LoveCoach.com
robingormannewman.jpgRobin wears many hats.She is the author of “How to Meet a Mensch in New York” and “How to Marry a Mensch”, and has been seen on The Today Show, Good Day New York, Live at Five, CNN, among others – .She has been featured in newspapers , magazines, and on radio shows worldwide as a relationshimotherhood140.jpgp expert.She works as The Love Coach, and offers private consults and workshops to singles, helping them lead active social lives; .She is also the founder of www.MotherhoodLater.com, a resource/community for those parenting later in life. Robin holds an MBA in Marketing and is a seasoned publicist and a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

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Published in: | on April 5th, 2011 | No Comments »

by Judith Drake

I know , I know… : i’m using one of said machines right now, but what can I say? I still have one foot firmly planted in the Old World….a world of pen, paper, printed opuses and actual conversation.

I usually just ignore the ‘with-it’ world of machines around me. – ..I-Phones, you-phones, we-phones everybody-phones, etc – . : but the other day I was witness to a happening that brought my loathing of machines to the fore: My niece and her family were here from MO, and I was taking them on a quick tour of Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Venice Beach and Santa Monica.

I accepted the texting and tweeting while they romped on the beach, the youngest, 13, seeing the ocean for the first time. But then something occurred that boggled my little mind; . : the 13 year-old is part of a tweeting group from all over the country, and it just so happened that one of the girls involved in said group is from CA and was actually going to be in Santa Monica at the same time we were (her mother was driving her there for something to do with school).

So after many tweets, and finally an insisted upon phone call, we were able to find a time that we were all going to be in the vicinity of each other. So we raced to our destination…the corner of a park…and there were the girl and her mother pulling up at the same time we did; . Here we all were..; ..two young people who were meeting for the first time…the first members of their tweeting group ever to meet in person.; ..never to see each other again…and after one or two words, they stood there.; ..texting each other!!!

Need I say more?

Judith There’s-A-World-Out-There-Folks! Drake

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Published in: | on April 1st, 2011 | No Comments »

by the Midlife Gals

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The Midlife Gals®: Kelly Jackson (KK) and Sally Jackson (SalGal) are two middle-aged sisters in Austin, Texas. : their weekly blog consists of a cast of characters from their mother, The Ancient One, to their cats, a garden full of plants with stupid names, their BFF and observations about their profane, insane comedic outlook on just about everything. Think The Smothers Brothers with bosoms, Lucy and Ethel after those deadbeats, Ricky and Fred…you get the idea.
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Published in: | on March 31st, 2011 | No Comments »

by Robin Gorman Newman

Who knew?!

Seth had half a day from school due to parent teacher meetings, and I wasn’t quite sure what to do with him.  Other than our typical routine of snack, downtime, homework, bath, etc., we had many more hours to fill together.

I decided I was going to take him to the library to pick out a mystery for his next school reading assignment – .While he doesn’t love to read , he does love animals, and this particular library branch is next to Petland.  So, we popped in to visit with the lizards, ferrets, frogs, turtles, a lone floppy-eared rabbit (super cute), and a multitude of varied birds, including one cockatiel that reminded us of our pet Smokey.  But, how long can you spend in a small pet store?!

So….next up was Associated, for a quick food shop and bottle/can return.  He loves helping me put them into the machine and standing by for the crunch noise.  Something about it pleases him.  We didn’t have much on our shopping list this trip, but when we carted down the Produce aisle, I discovered a gem in the raw.  We passed a bin of scruffy-looking coconuts, and I asked Seth if he ever saw or touched a coconut?  He said, “no”  (I didn’t think he had.).  I plopped one into his hands, and he was immediately intrigued with the texture and weight, and especially with the notion of coconut milk being inside.  What does that taste like”, he wondered.

The coconut made it’s way officially into our cart, and once in the car driving home, we had a strategic discussion re: how we were going to break it open back home.  Seth was SO up for the task.I loved watching his enthusiasm as the wheels turned in his mind.

He readily put his plan into action.  He dug out his hammer, a can opener, screwdriver, and went to work. : before I knew it, he poked a hole in the coconut, stuck a straw through it, and was sampling the milk.  Not his favorite beverage, but he thought it was cool.  He banged hard on the rest of the coconut, but nothing was happening.

The weather had finally turned a bit warmer and sunny here in NY, so I had an idea.  I put the coconut in three plastic supermarket bags, and invited Seth to go out into the street and whack the coconut against the driveway until it breaks.  He loved it, and it worked!

I thought…what a great way for a busy boy to expend some energy!  And, he got a kick out of tasting the coconut, though that really became secondary.  The thrill was in the process…and a “cheap” thrill at that.  The price was right….99 cents for a coconut….a bargain in the kids entertainment arena…and a good alternative to Toys R Us..

I now know that, on a dull day, a trip to the supermarket to pick up a coconut might be enough to engage Seth.  It’s the simple, surprise pleasures and unexpected finds in unexpected places that sometimes create some of life’s finest memories.  I won’t soon forget the image of him striking the coconut bag against the ground and his delight in seeing it crumble into pieces.  It was priceless.  Associated is my new “go to” destination with Seth.

I’m wondering what else in the produce section might get his blood going?  Any suggestions?

Robin Gorman Newman
Author/Speaker/Relationship Coach
www.LoveCoach.com
robingormannewman.jpgRobin wears many hats.She is the author of “How to Meet a Mensch in New York” and “How to Marry a Mensch”, and has been seen on The Today Show, Good Day New York, Live at Five, CNN, among others; .She has been featured in newspapers , magazines, and on radio shows worldwide as a relationshimotherhood140.jpgp expert.She works as The Love Coach, and offers private consults and workshops to singles, helping them lead active social lives. : she is also the founder of www.MotherhoodLater.com, a resource/community for those parenting later in life. Robin holds an MBA in Marketing and is a seasoned publicist and a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

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Published in: | on March 30th, 2011 | No Comments »

by Judith Drake

Could that be??? Have a wonderful escape from your every-day life AND give back to the world at the same time?? Well guess what? You can! And if you missed this Tomatoes In The Trenches blog/radio interview this week hightail it over to www.inthetrenchesproductions.com right now and click on it.

This week’s interviewee was Sheryl Kayne , an Immersion Travel Expert, and author of “Immersion Travel USA” and “Volunteer Vacations Across America” (on Amazon’s list of best new travel books).

What IS Immersion Travel you ask? Well, Ms.Kayne explains that , and tells us about volunteer vacations rescuing loggerhead turtles while learning to surf in N.Carolina, helping to reinstate the Mexican grey wolf to its natural habitat while visiting the Grand Canyon, biking to raise money for low-income housing, working as a caretaker and living in a lighthouse, and the availability of many, many other amazing journeys. And she mentions a group specifically for older ladies (I’ll be calling that one!) , and also says that it is frequently possible to get a job thru volunteer vacationing.

In short, this interview with Ms.Kayne , adjunct professor at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT when not off on immersion travel, was inspiring and enlightening in telling us about this wonderful way to travel. There’s a good reason why her “Immersion Travel USA” book was awarded the 2009 Silver Medal in the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation’s annual Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition; . Listen to the interview, then go to http://www.immersiontraveler.com to find out more about
how to have a fantastic and fullfilling vacation.

Judith I’m-Packin’-My-Bags Drake

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Published in: | on March 25th, 2011 | No Comments »

by Robin Gorman Newman

Can childhood aspirations grow into adult passions?

Mine did.

I had the pleasure this week of taking a trip down memory lane, and it reminded me of the power of childhood dreams and how they can come true if they mean enough to us.

Seth’s school is hosting a parent teach-in program, where parents are invited to participate in the classroom to share an expertise – . : i enthusiastically seized the opportunity and volunteered to discuss how to write a book. And, I invited my friend Puzzle Artist Alli to join me (she and Seth are close) to discuss her work as an artist. We presented back-to-back, and I thought it was a winning combination – . The teachers agreed.

I have lectured a lot about my books, so speaking comes pretty naturally to me. This was the first time, though, that I was to speak about my work as a writer.

I lecture best when it’s off the cuff, so I didn’t plan to write any notes – . I did stop by a store for kids that sells a lot of teaching supplies, and I picked up two posters on writing that I thought would be helpful and provide some talking points – . But, beyond that, my intention was to discuss my love of writing (and reading) as a child their age (8) and how it blossomed into my becoming a published author; . I brought along books I had written and illustrated as a child, read a couple of them to the class, and passed around others.

In deciding what to bring today, it brought back a floodgate of memories; . My parents , and I, had thankfully done a good job of saving books I’d written throughout the years, and they are invaluable treasures and links to my past. : to see how I expressed myself then and to take note of what I chose to write about is really intriguing.

It also made me recall the preciousness of childhood. We all grow up so quickly – . And, back in my elementary school days, sure I had homework, but other than that, my thoughts were free to wander (without to do lists racing through my head), and creating stories was high on my list. : my ideas were never-ending because I gave myself permission to think out of the box, and it happened naturally. It’s really amazing how as kids we have the ability to do that, but once adulthood kicks in, and particularly parenting, and all that comes with it on a daily basis, we have to work to find the time and space to get in touch with our thoughts (which we sometimes censor).

It gave me immense pleasure to leave the children in my son’s class with the message that anything is possible; .If you want to be a writer, and you write as often as you can, then your dream of becoming an author is viable.

As adults, we need to hang on to that philosophy – . : we’re never too old to dream big.and reinvent ourselves or rediscover dreams we had when we were young and take the steps to putting them into action. No matter how old you are, it feels good to pursue your passions.

And, I for one, want to be a positive role model for my son. If he sees me feeling fulfilled and doing things (other than parenting) that are important to me, then he’ll know that, while life is a juggling act, we deserve to be gratified.

So, other than your efforts to be a good parent, what do you actively pursue (or what would you aspire to accomplish or learn or explore) that feeds your soul? If you can’t readily the question, I invite you to think back to your childhood – . The answer may then readily present itself.

Robin Gorman Newman
Author/Speaker/Relationship Coach
www.LoveCoach.com
robingormannewman.jpgRobin wears many hats – . : she is the author of “How to Meet a Mensch in New York” and “How to Marry a Mensch”, and has been seen on The Today Show, Good Day New York, Live at Five, CNN, among others.She has been featured in newspapers, magazines, and on radio shows worldwide as a relationshimotherhood140.jpgp expert – .She works as The Love Coach, and offers private consults and workshops to singles, helping them lead active social lives – .She is also the founder of www.MotherhoodLater.com , a resource/community for those parenting later in life. Robin holds an MBA in Marketing and is a seasoned publicist and a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

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Published in: | on March 22nd, 2011 | No Comments »

by The Midlife Gals

Okay , this poor soul, Charlie Sheen, falls under the ‘Bless his heart’ category, for sure.  That being said, WTF???!  Don’t try to tell me that you’re not watching the clips of his descent into complete madness.  It’s too morbidly fascinating.  You can’t take your eyes off him, because it’s not often that we see someone come unraveled at warp speed and on TV…excepting of course, all the Housewives of………….cuz : all of those women are completely bonkers.

There is a decidedly disturbing comparison between Charlie’s current behavior and Martin’s role in Apocalypse Now, of course.  And, Martin just needs to let go…MARTIN? Are you listening?  Let go, let go, let go.  You’ve done all you can and then some.We have a sister we’ve let go of, and our lives are less stressful by a hundred times, although every now and again, Sal would probably like to bitch slap me.  She just holds back, which could mean that she’s gonna blow some day.  It won’t be pretty either.  Sparks will fly from her head and she’ll call me names probably, then cry, which will completely undo me.  Oh, why borrow trouble…we’re SO normal compared to Charlie.

The whole ‘Goddesses’ thingy is completely creepy too.  Who ARE those two?  Someone didn’t raise them right.  Any porn star had childhood issues probably, but talk  about your going from the frying pan into the fire.  Girls?  Let go, let go, let go…….and run, don’t walk!  Where in the hell is Dr – .Drew? or Dr – . : phil?  Granted they’re dealing with some whack-a-doos of their own, and their ratings aren’t through the roof for nothing, but we need some CELEBRITY REHAB here,  helllllloo!

And, what in the HELL are BOTH of his ex wives thinking, letting him share those children?  They’ll probably grow up to be porn stars.  I’m just saying that they’re seeing things that a preacher would damn them all to hell for.

My conundrum is this: Do I need therapy for being both distraught yet drawn to this Charlie Sheen mess?  Don’t answer that.I’m not quite the celebrity I hope to be someday soon, so I’d better choose Dr; . : phil.  Besides, he’s from Texas, and if there’s anyone who understands excess of the Texas mental variety, it would be he.  Does anyone have his cell number?

KK

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I agree with you, KK, Muammar el-Qaddafi is on the ‘CHARLIE SHEEN DRUG.’  And so are Gary Busey, Lindsay Lohan, and Snooki.  This drug is apparently very addictive and makes you act like an asshole even if you pass a drug test.  Too late…the damage has already been done.  The brain cells are dead and they have been buried in his back yard along with his common sense and weathered video cassette of ‘Platoon.’

You are also right in that it is morbidly fascinating to watch this pampered, arrogant, self-righteous, movie/TV star evolve into a slobbering, manic imitation of Mel Gibson on crack.  This is just good television and everybody knows it.  I can’t wait to see each ‘winning’ rant on TV.  I’m willing to give up my DVR recorded viewings of ‘Toddlers & Tiara’s.’  Hell, I’d even give up ‘Tabitha’s Salon Takeover.’

I wonder what would happen to us if we experimented with the Charlie Sheen Drug.  You would probably use a bullhorn to order the entire neighborhood to trim their shrubs and wash their cars.  It would be my right to call everybody bad names and scream really nutty poetry to the universe as spit slings from my mouth in the fury of my truths.  This drug is scary.  It’s the first one I’ve never been tempted to try.

There is one thing though, if Charlie paid me $50,000.00 dollars to spend the night with him, I would definitely do it.I am a pro at warding off the sexual advances of men on drugs, and besides, we need some renovation done on the kitchen.  Fair trade.  The Goddesses ain’t no dummies, in my book.

SalGal

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The Midlife Gals®: Kelly Jackson (KK) and Sally Jackson (SalGal) are two middle-aged sisters in Austin, Texas. Their weekly blog consists of a cast of characters from their mother , The Ancient One, to their cats, a garden full of plants with stupid names, their BFF and observations about their profane, insane comedic outlook on just about everything. Think The Smothers Brothers with bosoms, Lucy and Ethel after those deadbeats, Ricky and Fred…you get the idea.
www.themidlifegals.com
http://www.youtube.com/user/TheMidlifeGals

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Published in: | on March 18th, 2011 | No Comments »

by Ann Pietrangelo

Will be you be a victim of America’s number one killer?

In addition to being America’s number one killer, cardiovascular disease is also a major cause of disability.It pays to be mindful of the hard-working heart that keeps us alive and give it a little TLC; .Learn the warning signs and symptoms of heart attack and stroke.

Surprising Facts About Cardiovascular Disease

  • More than 82 million American adults are estimated to have one or more types of cardiovascular disease — that’s one in three people.
  • On average 2 ,200 Americans die of cardiovascular disease each day.
  • Heart disease is the number one cause of death among women 20 and older, killing about one woman every minute.
  • More women die of heart disease than the next four causes of death combined — including all forms of cancer.
  • Ninety percent of women have one or more risk factors for developing heart disease.
  • Between 70 and 89 percent of sudden cardiac events occur in men.
  • A report by The Institute of Medicine finds that even brief exposure to secondhand smoke can trigger a heart attack.

Warning Signs of Heart Attack
Some heart attacks come on quickly and with intense symptoms, but most begin with mild pain or discomfort, leading victims to delay medical care.Signs of potential heart attack are:

  • Discomfort, pressure, or pain in the center of the chest, sometimes going away and returning later.
  • Pain or discomfort in one or both arms, back, neck, jaw, or stomach.
  • Shortness of breath.
  • Cold sweats, nausea, lightheadedness.

The American Heart Association, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, the American Red Cross, and the national Council on Aging have launched the Act in Time campaign to increase awareness of heart attack signs and symptoms and the importance of calling 9-1-1 before it’s too late; . : delay could prove fatal.

Warning Signs of Stroke

  • Weakness of face, arm, or leg, especially if it is concentrated on one side of the body.
  • Confusion or difficulty speaking or understanding.
  • Trouble seeing out of one or both eyes.
  • Dizziness, loss of balance or coordination, trouble walking.
  • Severe headache of unknown origin.

Every second counts — heart attack and stroke are life-threatening! Seek medical care immediately.

Lifestyle and Cardiovascular Disease
High cholesterol, high blood pressure, and obesity are major risk factors for heart disease and stroke.These may be controlled by diet and exercise.

  • Diet: A healthy diet is one of the easiest ways to fight heart disease; . : forget about fad diets and pledge to read food labels and eat healthy — for life. : beware of saturated and trans fats, cut back on foods high in cholesterol, reduce sugar and sodium intake.Control portion sizes.If you have too much fat — especially if a lot of it is located in your waist area — you’re at higher risk of heart disease.
  • Exercise: Lack of physical activity is a risk factor for heart disease and indirectly increases the risk of stroke. : a little exercise goes a long way! Thirty minutes of moderate activity each day can be broken up into ten minute intervals. : if it’s been awhile since you’ve exercised, start small and work your way up.Walking is a great way to begin moving toward a healthier future.
  • Tobacco Smoke: Smoking is the single most preventable cause of death in the United States and a major cause of cardiovascular heart disease. Exposure to secondhand smoke increases the risk, even for smokers; . Women smokers who use birth control pills have a higher risk of heart attack and stroke than nonsmokers who use them.

Affordable Care Act and Heart Disease
Under the Affordable Care Act, all new individual and group health plans must now provide recommended preventive care and services with no co-payment, co-insurance, or deductible — that includes blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, and body mass index tests, and counseling on quitting smoking, losing weight, and maintaining a proper diet.

Sources: The American Heart Association, U.S; .Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

This article was originally published on Care2 Healthy & Green Living

annpietrangeloheadshot2.jpgann-sig-2.jpgAnn Pietrangelo is a Virginia-based freelance writer for WebCamp One, LLC.She is a featured blogger on Care2.com’s Causes as well as Care2′s Healthy & Green Living, and is a member of American Society of Journalists and Authors; . : visit AnnPietrangelo.com.

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Published in: | on March 17th, 2011 | No Comments »

by Judith Drake

Still got that ‘to do’ list hanging over your head?  Giving up on that New Year’s resolution list already?  Or do you just have some really silly things you wish you could do?

Well then, I hope you listened to our recent Tomatoes In The Trenches radio/blog show!  (And if not, go to www.inthetrenchesproductions.com right now and click on the show to replay it.)

The guest interviewee was Julie Subotky, founder and CEO of a high-end lifestyle management and personal concierge company called CONSIDER IT DONE, who has serviced requests (both seemingly impossible, as well as mundane) for clients that include Fortune 500 CEOs, celebrities, socialites and yes, ordinary busy folks like us.

The interview covered the best way to keep, and actually accomplish, a ‘To Do’ list, hints on how to make next year’s tax time easier, how to clean out that closet you’ve been avoiding, and thoughts on the best way to make passwords and how to keep them safe.  Not to mention touching on the problem so many of us tomatoes have, actually saying “NO”!

This author of the hilarious and informative guide to everything from getting reservations at an always overbooked restaurant to eating free for a week, “CONSIDER IT DONE: Accomplish 228 of Life’s Trickiest Tasks”, has appeared on ABC’s “Nightline”, CNN’s “Money” and “WowOWow,” among others.

So go listen to her on our show today…you’ll be glad you did.  : and check out http://www.consideritdone.com to find out more about this interesting lady and purchase her helpful book.

Judith Closet-Here-I-Come Drake

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Judith Well-Over-60-&-Lovin’-It Drake has been in the ‘Show Biz’ for 45 years, crossing paths with the likes of Mary Martin, Betty Grable, Cher & Calista Flockhart along the way, been a wife to Mr. : whipple and screamed for T-Mobile.Her priority now is as a producer with In The Trenches Productions, the first entertainment network for women over 40 on the web.
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Published in: | on March 11th, 2011 | No Comments »