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  1. Tina Pruitt | Speaker + Biz Consultant + 3x Cancer SurTHRIVER
    September 17, 2012

    Great post Hillary! Love the action steps in particular – it is always a process, that is for sure!
    Thanks for sharing,
    Tina xo
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    • Hillary Rubin
      September 17, 2012

      thanks Tina! a process it is. xxoo

  2. Marina
    September 28, 2012

    Exerecise is probably the first step in a self care plan for me, because I find once I move my body everything else is easier. I like the variety model you lay out. I am totally the girl who has huge guilt for not getting to the gym, but I really don’t like the gym! I will create a list of exercise I do like and choose from it!
    Thank you!

    • Hillary Rubin
      October 10, 2012

      Awesome Marina! Keep it up. xo

  3. susan
    May 22, 2013

    de-stressing from the stress parts. much is good, life is often on my personal schedule, rewarding, fulfilling etc. where it isn’t, I suffer, needlessly. I need to get my cortisol more consistently down. it’s often fine, but when it isn’t, it’s a problem still. i’m balancing and acting on enjoying best food choices, activities/movement/exercise and creative ventures, as well as working hard in the garden and in life: the garden of life? just revamping the food part, as I had gotten sloppy. was provided w/ a great link to info that supported my tendencies for choices. so I am feeling more ‘on the path’. wanting to make best choices for best health after breast cancer, and now my tx drug has encouraged more bone loss than is acceptable. I believe cortisol also robs bones of calcium and strength, as well has encouraged out of the loop food choices. so stress is my number one arena to address right now. so far, so good..,

    • Hillary Rubin
      May 23, 2013

      Susan, I understand. Thanks for commenting and support you in reducing your stress. :)

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