Monthly Archives: December 2012

Breaking through Stress (edited)

Forgive the double e-mai this week: We have fixed a typo below.   Ahh!  Stress!  (much yelling follows)   When I was in college, we partook in dead week, of no relation whatsoever to Dia de los Muertos or the Grateful Dead (though they frequented my college town until Jerry Garcia died).  Dead week is […]

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Breaking through Stress

Ahh!  Stress!  (much yelling follows)   When I was in college, we partook in dead week, of no relation whatsoever to Dia de los Muertos or the Grateful Dead (though they frequented my college town until Jerry Garcia died).  Dead week is the week before final exams, when studying is at an all-time high.  Both […]

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Taste for Me, Treat for You

  As an adult in a hyper-packaged, hyper-processed time, I lament often about how little young people learn about life skills such as cooking, cleaning, car and home maintenance, and more.  Young people are busy busy busy with athletics, social groups, and homework, but in my opinion, it’s smart to tack one more thing onto […]

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Save the Date: FREE Baby Boot Camp Demo

Saturday, December 15th at 9 AM Karin Plow has offered a FREE demo class of Baby Boot Camp.  Baby Boot Camp offers a stimulating, fast-paced exercise routine that is easily customizable based on your needs, goals, and abilities.  Baby Boot Camp is offered all over the Bay Area, and classes typically cost a modest fee.  […]

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This Week’s Events

Monday, Dec 3 at 10:00 AM: Picchetti Open Space Stroller Hike – Join Amy and her children for a hike at Picchetti Open Space in Cupertino. Jogging strollers are OK if you don’t mind hills, but carriers/backpacks are best, and we’ll encourage bigger kids to walk. We’ll take a break to explore by the pond. […]

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