Yesterday, I had the pleasure of speaking at the Indiana Governor’s Conference for Women (although I’ve lived in NYC for 16+ years, I was born and raised in Indiana, hence the connection). My esteemed panelists:
Martha Stewart and Charlotte Beers (former Chairwoman of Ogilvy & Mather and former Undersecretary of State for Colin Powell) gave the luncheon keynote address:
Although I’m kinda so-so on Martha (I’ve heard she is a bit of a lunatic to work for and at times, she’s almost a tad too perfect for me – perhaps it’s just jealousy?!). However, she offers some great advice on travel in her new book follow https://vaccinateindiana.org/viagra-free-sites-edinburgh-search-find-6991/ https://bigsurlandtrust.org/care/super-p-no-prescription-needed/20/ cheap viagra canada uav thesisВ see follow link enter site rutgers essay homework help mimicry camouflage go site writing an introduction for a report electronic theses and dissertations etd best annotated bibliography writer services for school http://fall.law.fsu.edu/stay.php?home=can-money-buy-love-essay help writing english as second language dissertation conclusion process essay topics go to site core competencies for accountants resume words and phrases essay popular research proposal ghostwriting service essay about famous writers online essay plagiarism scanner higher education professional resume http://snowdropfoundation.org/papers/professional-homework-editor-services-usa/12/ https://tasteofredding.org/9397-when-did-viagra-come-out/ viagra quick https://bigsurlandtrust.org/care/prednisone-and-arthritis/20/ viagra gel sachets http://teacherswithoutborders.org/teach/finance-research-proposalv/21/ cialis manufacture's coupon ucd thesis binding guidelines Living the Good Long Life:
Beyond providing a necessary mental break, mounting evidence shows that vacations are important to your physical health. Information from the Framingham Heart Study found that women who took at least two vacations a year were less likely to develop coronary hearth disease or have a heart attack than those who took a vacation only every six years or less. These findings have been substantiated in follow-up research. Another study by researchers at the State University of New York and the University of Pittsburgh focused on middle-aged men at high risk for coronary heart disease. They found that those who did not take vacation every year had a 21 percent higher risk of death from all causes and were 32 percent more likely to die of a heart attack.
So let’s get out there and plan some vacations!