Tag: advice

Reducing: A Vintage Weight Loss Menu

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I’m a little overweight. Not terribly so, but because of an anti-anxiety medication I started taking a few years ago, I’m now carrying around about 21 very stubborn extra pounds. This amount is down from the 30 extra I was hauling around at the beginning of the year, but this is after adding a gym membership to my day. Five days a week, one hour per day, weight training and cardio, and after about four months, I’m much stronger, but only about nine pounds lighter. I know, I know, the answer lies in my diet. Continue reading “Reducing: A Vintage Weight Loss Menu”

Do you love your neighbor? She Magazine, November 1945

Sharing one more article from She magazine that I found appropriate, considering our current state of events. Please note: I’m not making a political statement! I just believe that we should love our fellow man, both next door and beyond. This is a really great read–I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Ask That Question by Alice E. Christgau, She Magazine, November 1945

I’ve recently picked up a boatload of women’s magazines from the 1940’s and 1950’s. I’ll be sharing some articles from these in their entirety for your vintage reading pleasure! This is an advice article called Ask that Question by Alice E. Christgau, from She magazine, November 1945.

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