If you have had a chance to read my article in Women’s Health Magazine you will know I have a huge passion for art. If you haven’t take a moment and read it! At a very young age, I was blessed with the talent to create. All of my art is original and one of…

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Just as the right diet and medications are key to living well with Parkinson’s disease (PD), maintaining emotional health is essential to your physical health. A person diagnosed with Parkinson’s often feels a flood of emotions, as do their loved ones. Accepting and successfully navigating those feelings, whether anger, sadness, grief or even denial, is…

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So far 2020 has been rough on all of us. I have to admit with all the extra time I didn’t blog much. Since some of the retail stores are finally reopening, I thought I’d post some of the season’s trends. From slouchy handbags to padded headbands, here are twelve accessory trends we’ll wear in…

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I haven’t posted in minute things that have felt so upside down with the lockdown/quarantine. Let’s face it none of us expected this and we are all doing the best we can. It has thrown off all our routines but when you have Parkinson’s and your off you’re routine it’s especially difficult. Being an artist…

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The Differences Women  Face With Parkinson’s Disease After being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease 2 years ago my life has changed dramatically. I  immediately noticed a huge disparity between women and men. Especially in women under 50. The Parkinsons Foundation provides a wealth of information for all of your questions in regards to PD. I highly…

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Exercise is an important part of healthy living for everyone. For people with Parkinson’s disease (PD), exercise is more than healthy — it is a vital component to maintaining balance, mobility and activities of daily living. Exercise and physical activity can improve many PD symptoms. These benefits are supported by research. The Parkinson’s Outcomes Project shows that people…

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Here are a few styles that will give your closet the freshness and vibrancy it deserves this Spring 2020 and throughout the new year! Puffy Sleeves Not to be confused with the puffy shirt for those of you that are Seinfeld buffs. For the romantic at heart, voluminous, dramatic sleeves dominated the runways for this…

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Designers revealed dress codes inspired by the super-rich, old Hollywood glam, and simultaneously to militant groups which included combat boots (hello Doc Marten) lovers and khaki. So, with all that said, there’s no neat and easy new look as we head into the new year (although the super brands did agree that their obsession with…

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I recently was able to travel to New York City during the holiday season to celebrate my anniversary. Traveling isn’t quite as easy since being diagnosed, but following these tips helped ease the anxiety of traveling. Plan Ahead Ask your neurologist to give you the name of a doctor in the area to which you…

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