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The Body Book

Over the weekend I messed up and ate something that contained dairy and gluten. If you have followed along, I have been gluten and dairy free since November and have been amazed at the results. A little after ingesting it I felt sick to my stomach, my rash formed again and all I wanted to do was lay in bed. It’s amazing to think something so simple as your diet can really change your body but boy does it! I was intrigued by Cameron Diaz’s book and I have to say I have loved every page. It’s geared towards woman, it doesn’t set you up with unrealistic goals, she is simply saying take care of the body you were blessed with and it will take care of you. It was something I needed to be reminded of and I think it’s an important message for everyone to remember every day.
What do you do to stay healthy?
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Book review-Being a Rockefeller

Last week I picked up Being a Rockefeller Becoming Myself. I have had a hard time with family dynamics lately and thought this might be a pleasant distraction and a reminder that every family has difficulties. It was an incredible book about the troubles any person has with developing your own identity and exploring the relationship you have with yourself as well as the relationship with your family. It’s tough to find yourself, add a famous last name and high expectations and you have a recipe for one stressed out kid. Eileen did a wonderful job of expressing her frustrations and how she was able to overcome these obstacles and create lasting adult relationships with her siblings. Every family has a different set of dynamics and while its easy to presume the rich have it easy this book is honest in sharing the troubles and triumphs of being a Rockefeller.