I don't think so - do they have 2 jobs, a kid or parent to take care of, depression or other physical problem?
I thought not.
Let's talk reasonable here - 2 workouts a week and cut down on sugar/processed foods.
What does that yield?
How long can the women possibly keep up 5 or 6 workouts a week?
Please check on them in 1 year and see how things are going.
I am a physician and have seen many women die of cancer - they would have given anything for one more ice cream cone or piece of cheesecake.
I am an avid reader of MORE Magazine!!! The articles resonate with me, as I am, let's just say, more than age 40, but not yet 60. I am writing to you now, regarding your February 2013 Issue. With February being Heart Disease Awareness Month, and heart disease being the number one killer of women over all cancers combined, I was more than disappointed that there was no mention on the issue of women and heart disease in this Issue. On a more personal level, I am a woman living with heart disease, have written a book about my journey with heart disease, entitled Can You Hear Me Now: or do I need to yell into your stethoscope?, and have dedicated myself to providing speaking engagements, fundraisers and presentations on this issue. So with that said, I guess you could say that I'm more than a little disappointed to not see an article in the February Issue dedicated to the number one killer of women, and even worse, have to yet endure four pages dedicated to cancer. I am in no way suggesting that there be no articles or awareness to this life-altering disease. I recently had a friend, who is a cancer survivor and advocate, state that the influx of article after article, and pink everywhere you turn, is even turning her off. Is it too much to ask that MORE Magazine provide, at the least, an article on women and heart disease during Heart Disease Awareness Month? Actually, that boat has already sailed, so any month would do...women and heart disease isn't limited to just one month...it lasts a lifetime! Thank you.
--Cynthia S. Brown
I just got done reading the article "Spending to piss off my father". In my opinion Pam Houston needs good swift kick in the ass. The article states her father lived through the depression, which means he also lived through WWII. I'm wondering if she ever stopped to think of why her father was the way he was? Probably not. It's sad that some people never get a clue.
Nice to communicate with you! I have and continue to be a loyal and devoted reader of More Magazine. Your articles are varied, interesting subjects, different points of view, and just Fun.
I work full time in an upbeat fast paced environment. In the evening. before retiring, I light a Lavender candle to relax with my More Magazine.
Exactly what I did last evening. All Good, Very Interesting. Page by Page, always something new to enjoy or learn. When I reached page 66, I was interested in the Title "The Sister pact.
The article was well written and touching, until I reached the correct formula to kill yourself. In the article, it states, take a bunch of pills with only 2 glasses of alcohol, so that you will not become nauseated
Twenty one years ago, my Beloved husband walked upstairs into our office, and committed Suicide. There must be many people sharing this Grief.
Upon reading the afore mentioned article, I wondered, Has the world become so Callous, that a sister act could be so specific without being specific, I Sincerely Appreciate your Time in reading my thoughts.
Loved your fashion for grown-ups article with tricks to “whittle the middle” but it was impossible to find the Helios and Luna clothing. Please don’t feature clothes that are impossible to find!