Health and Beauty Net Offers A More Effective Male Virility Enhancement Product

Ivins, UT (PRWEB) July 24, 2005

Introducing Nokomis Eroxil, effective natural male virility enhancement product. Available online through Health and Beauty Net (http://www.healthandbeautynet.com/eroxil.html), Eroxil is more effective than other naturally-based male sexual health products.

The active ingredients in the patented Eroxil formula are derived from polyamines, naturally-occurring phytochemicals found both in our own bodies and in a number of plant foods. These polyamines can become depleted, for any of a vast number of reasons. Sperm cells die or become misshapen or slow and cell growth slows down.

Polyamines are found in such plant foods as oats, cucumbers, corn, and radishes. Polyamines are essential elements for cellular and tissue growth and regeneration. Natural polyamines are essential for growth and cell proliferation, through their involvement in signal transduction and in nearly every step of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis.

Eroxil is a safe, naturally-based alternative to conventional drug therapy and to the wide array of herbal remedies and aphrodisiacs now available in the male sexual health market. It actually gets to the source of sexual dysfunction.

The Eroxil formula works to regenerate this necessary cell growth and to enhance both sperm quantity and quality. Its this good sperm production that ensures healthy testosterone levels, which, in turn, help ensure a healthy libido.

For most men, a visible difference will become noticeable within days. But, because Eroxil works with the body to enhance its own natural sexual health, we recommend that it be taken for up to 90 days in order to receive the full benefits of the

product. Once the desired level of performance is achieved, only a maintenance dose is needed.

Nokomis Research offers good news and promising relief to both men and women suffering from the debilitating effects of sexual dysfunction. Their novel, patented formulas have been identified as natural and non-hormonal alternatives to such designer drugs as Viagara and Cialis. They offer science-backed alternatives to the vast array of largely unproven herbal remedies and aphrodisiacs currently on the market. Developed specifically to work with your body in order to improve your ability to function well sexually, their products are safe, economical, and extremely effective.

Health and Beauty Net is wholly dedicated to providing the best possible information, giving people the power to enjoy an excellent quality of life. Most people neglect to make wise lifestyle choices in their early years and pay a severe price in later years. You can’t fight old age, but you can control how and in what condition you arrive at your impending destination. For more information visit http://www.healthandbeautynet.com/eroxil.html.

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“Kiwi men see their doctor less often than women and they may delay seeking treatment for ED longer than necessary. Being able to walk into a pharmacy without an appointment in an informal setting may encourage men to visit early and get the treatment …
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NZ men to access ED treatment direct from pharmacist
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150 Hospital and Health System CFOs to Know


Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) September 10, 2014

Becker’s Hospital Review has published its list of “150 Hospital and Health System CFOs to Know,” which features some of the brightest leaders involved in financial aspects of the healthcare industry.

These men and women have demonstrated excellence in healthcare financial management by leading some of the largest, most prominent and financially successful health systems and hospitals in the nation.

The Becker’s Hospital Review editorial team considered nominations, reviewed prior Becker’s Hospital Review lists and conducted editorial research to develop this list. The list of “150 Hospital and Health System CFOs to Know” includes the following leaders:

Clint Adams. CFO of Ardent Health Services (Nashville, Tenn.).

Kendrick Adkins. CFO of Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.).

Michael Allen. CFO of Gundersen Health System (La Crosse, Wis.).

Sue Anderson. Executive Vice President, CIO and CFO of Virginia Mason Medical Center (Seattle).

Katherine Arbuckle. Senior Vice President and CFO of Ascension Health (St. Louis).

Charles Ayscue. Senior Vice President of Finance and CFO of Mission Health (Asheville, N.C.).

Talana Bell. CFO of Flowers Hospital (Dothan, Ala.).

Jim Berend. Executive Vice President and CFO of Victory Healthcare (Houston).

Chris Bergman. Vice President and CFO of The Christ Hospital (Cincinnati).

Michael Blaszyk. Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Corporate Officer and CFO of Dignity Health (San Francisco).

Ron Blaustein. CFO of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital (Chicago).

Sally Boemer. Senior Vice President and CFO of North Shore Medical Center (Salem, Mass.).

Mark Bogen. Senior Vice President of Finance and CFO of South Nassau Communities Hospital (Oceanside, N.Y.).

Kevin Brennan. Executive Vice President of Finance and CFO of Geisinger Health System (Danville, Pa.).

Robert Broermann, Senior Vice President and CFO of Sentara Healthcare (Norfolk, Va.).

Bill Brosius. Vice President and CFO of CHI St. Luke’s Health Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center (Houston).

Mike Browder. Executive Vice President and CFO of RegionalCare Hospital Partners (Brentwood, Tenn.).

Michael Buhl. Senior Vice President and CFO of University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics (Madison).

Michael Burke. Senior Vice President, Vice Dean and CFO of NYU Langone Medical Center (New York City).

Daniel Cancelmi. CFO of Tenet Healthcare (Dallas).

Benjamin Carter. Executive Vice President of Finance and CFO of CHE Trinity Health (Livonia, Mich.).

Larry Cash. President of Financial Services and CFO of Community Health Systems (Franklin, Tenn.).

Paul Castillo. CFO of University of Michigan Health System (Ann Arbor).

Randy Combs. CFO of KentuckyOne Health (Louisville).

Mike Connors. Senior Vice President of Finance and CFO of Cape Cod Healthcare (Hyannis, Mass.).

Thomas Corrigan. Senior Vice President of Finance and CFO of Christiana Care Health System (Wilmington, Del.).

David Cox. CFO of Alameda Health System (Oakland, Calif.).

Gordon Crabtree. CFO of University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics (Salt Lake City).

Michael Crofton. Senior Vice President and CFO of TriHealth (Cincinnati).

Michael Curran, Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative and Financial Officer of MedStar Health (Columbia, Md.).

Dennis Dahlen. Senior Vice President and CFO of Banner Health (Phoenix).

Robert DeMichiei. Executive Vice President and CFO of UPMC (Pittsburgh).

Chris Denton. CFO of Henrico Doctors’ Hospital (Richmond, Va.).

Lori Donaldson. CFO of UC San Diego Health System.

Stephanie Doughty. CFO of Poudre Valley Hospital (Fort Collins, Colo.).

John Doyle. CFO of IASIS Healthcare (Franklin, Tenn.).

Jeff Ehlers. CFO of Memorial Hospital of Union County (Marysville, Ohio).

Chris Ellington. Executive Vice President and CFO of UNC Health Care (Chapel Hill, N.C.).

David Ertel. CFO of Einstein Healthcare Network (Philadelphia).

John Faulstich. CFO of UAB Health System (Birmingham, Ala.).

Steve Filton. Senior Vice President and CFO of Universal Health Services (King of Prussia, Pa.).

Steven Fischer. Senior Vice President of Finance and CFO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Boston).

Kenneth Fisher. Associate Vice President for finance with UI Health Care and CFO of University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (Iowa City).

Henry Franey. Executive Vice President and CFO of University of Maryland Medical System (Baltimore).

Lawrence Furnstahl, CFO of Oregon Health & Science University (Portland).

Duncan Gallagher. CFO of Allina Health (Minneapolis).

John Geppi. Executive Vice President and CFO of Covenant Health System (Knoxville, Tenn.).

Paul Generale. Senior Vice President and Senior Financial Officer of Christus Health (Irving, Texas).

Steven Glass. CFO and Treasurer of Cleveland Clinic.

Mike Gleason. Vice President and CFO of UF Health Jacksonville.

Robert Glenning. Executive Vice President and CFO of Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center.

Paul Goldstein. Vice President and CFO of Orlando (Fla.) Health.

Greg Gombar. Executive Vice President and CFO of Carolinas HealthCare System (Charlotte, N.C.).

Michael Gough. Senior Vice President and CFO of Norton Healthcare (Louisville, Ky.).

Joe Guarracino. Senior Vice President and CFO of The Brooklyn (N.Y.) Hospital Center.

Donald Halliwill. Assistant Treasurer, Executive Vice President and CFO of Carilion Clinic (Roanoke, Va.).

Kathleen Hanley. CFO of Promedica (Toledo, Ohio).

Misty Hansen. CFO of University of Arizona Health Network (Tucson).

Gail Hanson. Senior Vice President and CFO of Aurora Health Care (Milwaukee).

Fred Hargett. Executive Vice President and CFO of Novant Health (Winston-Salem, N.C.).

Scott Hawig. Senior Vice President of finance, CFO and Treasurer of Froedtert Health (Milwaukee).

Mark Hepler. CFO of Munson Healthcare (Traverse City, Mich.).

Pamela Hess. CFO of Saint Thomas Midtown and Saint Thomas West hospitals (Nashville, Tenn.).

Rick Hinds. Executive Vice President and CFO of UC Health (Cincinnati).

Linda Hoff, Senior Vice President and CFO of Legacy Health (Portland, Ore.).

Todd Hofheins. Senior Vice President and CFO of Providence Health & Services (Renton, Wash.).

Evan Jones. Senior Vice President and CFO of Lakeland (Fla.) Regional Health Systems.

Keith Kasper, Senior Vice President and CFO of University of Pennsylvania Health System (Philadelphia).

Robin Kilfeather-Mackey. CFO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock (Lebanon, N.H.).

Ryan Kitchell. Executive Vice President and CFO of Indiana University Health (Indianapolis).

Greg Klugherz. Vice President of Finance and CFO of CentraCare Health System (St. Cloud, Minn.).

Ronald Knaus. Senior Vice President and CFO of Spectrum Health (Grand Rapids, Mich.).

Paul Korth. CEO and CFO of Cookeville (Tenn.) Regional Medical Center.

Anne Krebs. CFO of Butler (Pa.) Health System.

Mark Krieger. Vice President and CFO of Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis, Mo.).

JoAnn Kunkel. Corporate CFO of Sanford Health (Fargo, N.D.).

Kathy Lancaster. Executive Vice President of Strategy and CFO of Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan (Oakland, Calif.).

Phyllis Lantos. Executive Vice President, Treasurer and CFO of NewYork

Clinical Issues in Primary Care Continuing Medical Education (CME) Conference – October 13-17, 2014 in Maui, Hawaii – Agenda Released


Palm Coast Florida (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

Continuing Education Company Inc has released the agenda for the upcoming inaugural Clinical Issues in Primary Care Continuing Medical Education (CME) conference to be held October 13-17, 2014 at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort and Spa on Maui, Hawaii.

“This incredible agenda has been developed for today’s Primary Care practitioners. In 5 days we cover many of the critical CME topics,” says Barbara Lyons, VP Education.

The agenda for the conference runs from 8am-12:15 pm Monday through Friday, with the afternoons free for the attendees to reflect upon the clinical pearls offered during the educational seminars in the morning.

The agenda is as follows:

MONDAY – October 13, 2014

Common Musculoskeletal Injuries with an Emphasis on the Physical Exam

Diagnosis and Management Techniques, MSK Exam overview, Injections and more

Drugs and Kidney Disease

Salt and Diet

TUESDAY – October 14, 2014

Lung Cancer Screening: Who When Why How

Primary Care Management of Erectile Dysfunction

Stomach Disorders Including Gastroparesis And Non-Ulcer Dyspepsia

GERD (both acid and non-acid reflux)

WEDNESDAY – October 15, 2014

Update on Diabetes Mellitus: Diagnosis, Control, Complications and Goals

Male Hypogonadism: Low T Does Not A Diagnosis Make

Update on the Latest Guidelines in Women’s Healthcare

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

THURSDAY – October 16, 2014

Update in Hyperlipidemia

Combination Lipid-Lowering Therapy

Hypertension Update 2014

Treatment of Gout

FRIDAY – October 17, 2014

Sports Medicine: Do’s and Don’ts for Improving Performance

Pain Management Review

Resistant Hypertension

Pearls and perils in clinical practice

Please visit http://www.cmemeeting.org for further information on this and other conferences.

Continuing Education Company, Inc. (CEC) is an independent, non-profit, 501 (c)(3) continuing medical education organization. They have been developing and presenting continuing medical education programs for over 21 years. Their mission is to develop and provide educational opportunities to improve the skills and knowledge of medical and healthcare professionals. They accomplish this mission by offering American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) accredited CME lectures, symposia, and conferences.

Educational activities are developed with the guidance of Continuing Education Companys Curriculum Advisory Committee. The committee, led by on-staff Medical Director, is comprised of physicians, pharmacists, educators who have extensive clinical and CME experience.

The mission of Continuing Education Company, Inc is to improve public health by developing and providing educational opportunities to advance the skills and knowledge of physicians and other healthcare professionals. This mission is accomplished by assisting healthcare professionals in assessing their educational needs and providing them with evidence-based education which meet those needs.







Medical Specialists Pharmacy explore the catastrophic health risks of alcohol abuse


Bury, Lancashire (PRWEB UK) 1 August 2014

Its been a long, stressful day at the office, and for many people this means one thing having a drink to unwind. Maybe a few pints at the pub with work mates is appealing after a gruelling day, or perhaps a few glasses of wine in the evening each night with a meal is how others choose to relax.

One or two drinks each evening may seem innocent enough and simply a customary part of ones evening. After all, there is no harm in kicking back with a few beers each night after work right? Wrong

There are multiple hidden dangers of long-term alcohol consumption, and what seems like a few harmless drinks every night is actually disastrous for the body both inside and out.

Everybody knows about the staggering number calories contained in most alcoholic drinks. Simply put, those who consume alcohol are consuming empty calories with no nutritional value.

It may be shocking to learn that just a single glass of wine contains around the same number of calories contained in four cookies, and a pint of lager is roughly as calorie-laden as a slice of pizza.

For the heavier drinkers, it will be frightening to learn that the NHS Livewell websites alcohol page states that just drinking five pints of lager each week can tally up to 44,200kcal over the course of a year or eating about 221 doughnuts. This may go some way to explaining Homer Simpsons rotund belly. After all, the Springfield native has a penchant for both beer and doughnuts!

It is suddenly easier to understand the role alcohol plays in the increasingly problematic UK obesity crisis and why the health problems linked to being overweight or obese are costing the NHS over

Dr. Joel Block Reports How New Study Reveals That Erectile Dysfunction Can Be Deadly

Long Island, New York (PRWEB) August 07, 2014

Dr. Joel Block, former supervisor of a New York hospital-based Sexuality Center and creator of a mens sexual health program, known as Mind over ED, is now reporting on new findings in the area of Erectile Dysfunction.

His report this week is about a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. In this study, titled “Depressed Men with ED at Risk for Cardiovascular Problems”, researchers found that the presence of depressive symptoms in men with ED constitutes a risk factor for a major cardiovascular event. (http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/PressRelease/pressReleaseId-78237.html)

Erectile dysfunction and depressive mood are often associated, and both are associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and death. To investigate clinical correlates further, researchers led by Elisa Bandini of the University of Florence studied approximately 2,000 male patients in a clinic for sexual dysfunction using a structured interview while also scoring for depressive symptoms.

Dr. Block, reviewing the report, states that depression in itself, apart from other factors, can be a cardiovascular risk. In fact, the researchers found that even the use of antidepressant medications did not alter the relationship between severe depressive symptoms and adverse cardiovascular events.

The take away is clear: men with ED often are either depressed as a result, or perhaps their depression is a factor, that is interfering with their erectile function. In either case, treatments for erectile function are not optional if cardiovascular health is to be protected.

Further, since many men tend to avoid talking about their erectile dysfunction, and instead avoid being sexual, there is a role for the woman in his life. Considering that erectile dysfunction is often associated with depression, and untreated depression is a cardiovascular risk, there is a pressing basis for a woman to encourage her partner to seek psychological help; as both partners work together to discover how to fix ED.

For men with ED, depression is quite common; either as a result of their erectile dysfunction or as one of the symptoms of ED. Now, according to this new study, the link between depression and cardiovascular problems virtually demands that treatments for overcoming ED be sought by these men, and those who love them.

Joel D. Block, Ph.D., is an award-winning psychologist, practicing couple therapy and sex therapy on Long Island, New York. Board Certified in Couple Therapy by the American Board of Professional Psychology, Dr. Block is a senior psychologist on the staff of the North Shore – Long Island Jewish Medical Center, and an Assistant Clinical Professor (Psychology/Psychiatry) at the Hofstra North Shore – LIJ Medical School. Dr. Block is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Couple and Family Psychology), and for twenty years was the training supervisor of the Sexuality Center at Long Island – Jewish Medical Center. Dr. Block is the author of over 20 books on how to fix ED and, his specialty, Love and Sex. For more information visit http://www.MindoverED.com.







NuMale Medical Center Brings to Albuquerque Its Comprehensive, Science-Based Approach to Mens Health


Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) August 13, 2014

A leading national provider of medical care for mens sexual health and enhancement, NuMale Medical Center, announced the opening of its newest facility today in Albuquerque. This is the companys sixth center, and its first in New Mexico. NuMales Albuquerque facility will continue the companys commitment to employing a safe, science-based approach to treat issues facing men of all ages.

Headed by Chief Medical Officer and founder Dr. Christopher Asandra, M.D., NuMale takes an integrated approach to male sexual health and overall wellness. At NuMale, every patient receives a comprehensive, confidential medical evaluation and consultation on their first visit. This helps the expert doctors at NuMale identify the most appropriate, individually tailored approach to address the patients needs.

NuMale offers a wide array of therapeutic services for men, including:

Causes of ED in Men Are More Varied than Previously Thought but can be

Causes of ED in Men Are More Varied than Previously Thought but can be
ED in young men is caused by a great variety of problems. Penile pain during sex caused by phimosis or short frenulum leads to ED. Surprisingly in these young men ED can be easily cured with adult circumcision or frenulectomy. Back pain, perineal pain …
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Saturday, April 13, 2013

I just want you to know...

Name: Megan
Location: Utah, USA

OH such a bitter sweet moment for me. So much to say.....I just want you to know that I've loved every photo, picture, email, reader and comment. I just want you to know that YOU are of value. YOU make a difference. YOU are needed...
I've loved connecting through a photo with so many of you from all over the world. It's meant the "WORLD" to me! If I could personally hug, shake hands, walk in your shoes or look into the faces of each woman all over the world who has shared over the years this project has run, I WOULD! 
I just want you to know....I say THANK YOU!

Friday, April 12, 2013

I just want you to know

                                                            Name: Alisha Malandrini
                                                          Location: Bairnsdale, Australia
I just want you to know that i have really enjoyed being apart of the Iam blog team.
Every single person on the Iam team, including Megan (BrassyApple) seems to be lovely, and i thankyou for the opportunity you have given me. I wish everyone a happy and wonderful future.
Love Alisha x

Thursday, April 11, 2013

What I Should Have Said

Name: Annette
Location: Kuwait
 
I don't really believe that having regrets is helpful. I'm more of a peacemaker than a pot-stirrer. I only regret not addressing the issue when it could have been dealth with. The impact of not speaking up has impacted relationships and will probably continue to do so.
Best of luck, it's been lots of fun. I've loved having an opportunity to share my photos and thoughts. -AJHT

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

I Just Want You to Know...




NAME: TRINITY 
LOCATION:  MS COAST

I just want you to know......that it's been my absolute pleasure getting to know you all over the last eight months.  I consider myself very fortunate to have been selected for this journey!

I just want you to know....that I'll still be blogging over at the Ramsay Grace Blog, and would <3 for you to stop by!

I just want you to know....{what I want all women, all over the world to know}...that you are Beautiful....you are STRONG...you are WORTH IT!

Wishing you well my friends!
Love,
Trinity

Monday, April 8, 2013

I Just Want You to Know....

Name: Amanda
Location: Bandung - Indonesia

I just want you (all) to know that I'm grateful being part of this journey. Knowing you all from pictures, realizing that there's some thing that relate us somehow even with the fact that we lived world apart. Some of this theme are seems easy, but there's one or two themes that makes me think a lot. And somehow.. when I think on what pic should I post here, I know myself better. It's like an AHA moment. Thank you.. for letting me be a part of this marvelous journey.

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Theme - just want you to know....

I think we probably all have those moments when we wish we could have said.....(fill in the blank) to someone before we didn't see them again. Before we left that event. Before we parted. Before it ended....

If you could say it today - what would you say? 
" I just want you to know...." 
That's our theme this week as wrap up our project for the year. It's been a great 8 months. Life is calling us to other endeavors and we are going to take the journey and see where it leads us!
BUT not before say, "I just want you to know...."

Saturday, April 6, 2013

What's in my purse?

Name: Megan
Location: Utah, USA

" I've used and transferred between 3 different purses this week so all the "junk" that usually builds up couldn't. LOL. most of the constants are here - pocket camera, notebook - always taking notes of ideas, etc. Sunglasses, lipstick, mints and business cards :) 

Friday, April 5, 2013

What's in my purse

                                                                   Name: Alisha Malandrini
                                                                Location: Bairnsdale, Australia
In my purse i always carry a camera of any type, whether it be my DSLR, my little fuji, or my smart phone. I love capturing moments of everyday life, and if i don't have a camera with me i go crazy.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

What's In My Purse...no, really, what's in there?

Name: Annette
Location: Kuwait

Clockwise, from left: my favorite Fossil purse; a pile of receipts from the grocery store; underpants, shorts and wipes for my recently potty-trained son; a ribbon of unknown origin; Dramamine; my husband's necktie, my sunglasses and a wiper thing; a pouch with personal items; lipsticks; chapsticks; eyedrops (it gets dusty here); a pen that I can NEVER find when I need; a handful of photos of family; a tiny green truck; my phone (ok, that's just the case, I used the phone to take this photo); a bundle of business cards from the doctor's office, my husband's office and my eldest son's school; the brown and purple wallet that I don't really love but haven't gotten around to replacing; several photo id cards (civil identity card, Kuwait driver's license, Idaho Driver's license (with an AWESOME picture), private medical insurance card, government medical insurance card);  Kuwaiti fils (the coins) and dinars (the notes). In the center you can see two sets of keys with my Ron Weasley Lego keychain (Weasley is our king!); a small piece of beach glass for my collection; a black bat ring from Halloween and a pink plastic ring from my daughter's bling collection; an inordinate amount of sanitzing hand wipes and hand sanitizer; two packs of TERRIBLE chewing gum that a cashier recently gave me as change when he didn't have any small coins; and a string of prize coupons from a local fun place and the cards from the same.
Not pictured: several handfuls of sand and crumbs, a wad of chewing gum in a piece of tissue, twenty-thousand smaller receipts, twenty-two thousand identity cards for the children and tissue (because no matter how many packs of tissue I put in, there is never any in my purse when my kids have got drippy noses.)

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

What's in My Purse {one never knows}

 NAME:  TRINITY
LOCATION:  MS GULF COAST

My bag is pretty much the family's, in that at least one of them is always asking:  "Hey, could you stick this in your purse?" It's normal to find my husband's phone, or keys, or the kids' favorite toys or lip gloss, or a dozen other items.

Today, I give you all a rare glimpse into said purse.  I know, exciting stuff I'm sure!  We have the following items:  wallet, bracelet 
{that I wore to work last Thursday}, Bath & Body Works Lotion, bobby pins, kids' nail polishes, BC Powder {it works!}, and more.  Plus, you may have noticed my new craft punch {arrow} or that I have a 10% off coupon for one of my favorite shops {Mindy Mae's Market}.  I even have a Littlest Pet Shop brochure, highlighted with all the pets my oldest would like {Wasn't that sweet of her....to make sure I knew, lol}  

So.....that's it for my purse.  What's in YOURS? 

Monday, April 1, 2013

What's in my Purse

Name: Amanda
Location: Jakarta

"Today I wear my PUMA bag (a b'day gift from my best friend). Nothing fancy in my batg actually. Most of them are the thing I need in my daily basis. Simple make up kit consist of loose powder, foundation, lipstic and lipgloss plus mascara. Wallet, pencil case , my BB, a ball of yarn (and hook) plus a case with all kind of charger. And off course.. my netbook."

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Theme - what's in my purse

Oh this is a fun one! As women we tend to carry purses. Some large some small. Sometimes they are jammed full of crazy stuff! And sometimes we just have a few items. We are going to spill the contents of our purses this week. It will be fun to see what they "reveal" about our day to day lives.


Nighttime - soap opera

Name: Audrey
Location: Curitiba, Brazil

                Carrossel is a mexican soap opera I watched (dubbed in Portuguese) when I was a kid in 1991 and that has been rewritten and retaped (with Brazilian actors now) by a Brazilian TV channel since last year. Now my daugther watches it every night and she loves it. It is about a loving teacher (professora Helena) that goes way beyond the classroom to teach good virtues to her kids in the most different, dramatic, fiction filled ways. Don't tell anyone but we cried when professora Helena left the school for a better paying job. Of course she returned to her old job about 10 chapters later...
                It really can be cute and I must admit I have learned to enjoy wathcing it again. It is on every night at 8:30 pm and she (we) can´t miss it. So, like every good Brazilian, our nighttimes include soap opera watching. But at least this is a 'good', decent one.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Nighttime - reading


 Name: Megan
Location: Utah, USA
Something that is consistent around our house at nighttime is reading. We always read before bedtime. Regular trips to the library to get large stacks of books keeps it new and fun! 
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