With over fifteen years of experience, trainers Noah Jobin and Josh Deporter of Irondequoit Fitness, enjoy sharing their knowledge of assisting people in becoming healthy and fit. It is much more than a job for them. They were both overweight (70-80 pounds) striving to become an example to their clients. It was important to them sharing their journey of weight loss as they learned themselves the importance of healthy living.
If you suffer from low back pain and sciatica, you are one of the 80% of adults in the US with this often crippling spinal condition.
Shooting, stabbing and burning pains from the low back, sometimes with additional pain through the buttocks and down the legs are all symptoms of a pinched nerve often called “sciatica”.
Recent advances in the treatment of sciatica and lower back pain have led to the development and huge success of Non-Surgical Re-Constructive Spinal Care.
As business owners, we have a few options on how to obtain new business. We can pay for advertising, we can ask for referrals from our current clients, we can even pay for leads or we can network and hope to build relationships with potential clients. There is no one answer fits all for your business. Often it becomes a try this, try that and see what works for you. If money is plentiful than long term advertising may be your answer. Just remember consistency is best, you need to prepare for a year minimum of ads to ensure your message is received.
This month the Rochester Business Journal debuted an article about women’s “Retirement at Risk” highlighting a local divorced woman. The article discussed qualitative and quantitative data around women’s finances particularly how divorced women are at a disadvantage when it comes time to retire.
While the data has merit, in my opinion, it is imperative to recognize that when it comes to divorce no one wins. In addition, rather than focusing on the outcomes why not be proactive and find a trusted advisor that can help during the transition. In response to the RBJ article, here’s my advice.
Hello everyone, we are bringing something new to Rochester Woman Online. Every issue, we’ll be doing a column about your personal safety. This might be something general or specific, depending on current events or special requests. This information is for you to use and share.
I lost another friend to cancer today. 39 years young. As I reflect on her life, remembering how she loved life, not only the good times, but how she never met a challenge she didn’t take on with her larger than life smile and her gracious and caring heart, I can’t help but feel guilt and sadness. I am a survivor. Survivors know what I am talking about. Happy to be alive – feeling a sense of guilt because another friend has taken their last breath while you sit looking at your email and Instagram feed.
Perhaps this is nothing you haven’t read about before, yet perhaps it is something you need to be reminded of, especially this time of year. As women, wives, mothers, and grandmothers, we are generally the caregivers. We think of and take care of everyone else during the holidays making sure the perfect gift is found, the house is decorated to bring joy to the season and the perfect parties and meals are prepared. And then there’s the clean-up afterwards. I hope that you’ve had help and your efforts have been appreciated.
I’m Aarya Patel. I’m 15 years old and am the CEO of my company 4Ever Dry. 4 EverDry manufacturers and sells 100% waterproof socks targeted towards anyone that doesn’t like wet feet. They are waterproof, breathable, moisture wicking, and machine washable. They are perfect for athletes, runners, hikers, campers, rowers, ski and snowboarders, anyone with a job or hobby that requires them to be outside in inclement weather, etc.
So the time is here my fabulous friends. We rang in the New Year and it’s time to exclaim “New Year-New Me!!” YAAAAYYYYYY! Or in Laments terms, time to go to the gym and throw every naughty food out of the cupboards filling my cup up with a green leafy shake. Um Yeah-No. Yuck.
Like my mother-in-law would say ‘No Bueno Reina!” or “No Good princess.” I agree with Mami Soto completely. It is not a good idea. Not ove bit. It’s a membership you forced yourself to buy along with all these “low fat” “sugar free” items. They were outrageously overpriced. We literally follow through with this charade for, I don’t know… .5 seconds. 1…2…3…4…5…ok where’s my glass of wine now? You see where I’m going with this?