When I flip through magazines, I often find myself getting sucked into the swirl of skin care ads. The promises are hard to ignore: with just a few pats of a cream or serum, I can look younger, with firmer, softer skin protected against the signs of aging. Any and all perceived flaws seem to magically disappear, sometimes instantly. It’s no wonder that moisturizers and …
First, let’s get the excuses out of the way. When it came to exercise, I had these plus a few more readily available, especially at busy times of year (like right now!):
- I’m too tired.
- I’m too old.
- My knees hurt.
- I don’t have time.
- I don’t have the right clothes.
- It’s too cold/wet/hot/humid outside.
- I don’t know how.
- It’s boring
- I don’t like it.
In my column Alcohol and Cancer: You Can’t Drink to Your Health, we talked about the recent research that reaffirms the alcohol and breast cancer link — but also makes safe alcohol limits even lower than previously thought. Our column sparked a very good question from a community member:
This is a hard one for me because I really enjoy a glass …