You’ve probably already heard that it’s important to include a fair amount of fresh vegetables and fruits in your daily diet. (Perhaps one of the few recommendations upon which doctors, dieticians, and health experts alike can agree!) But eating seasonally and locally are the next important steps toward reaping the health benefits associated with a produce-rich diet.
Continuing our series on breast cancer awareness throughout the month of October, Carla Sullivan sat down with dedicated Corefire client Susan Goldstein, who openly shared her battle with the disease. Her strength and endurance are mind-blowing. We feel blessed to have her as a part of our Corefire family.
The gravity of how many people battle breast cancer in their lifetimes is astounding. According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the 2nd most common cancer among women after skin cancer. Statistics predict that 1 woman out of every 8 women will develop the disease. The chance that a woman will die from breast cancer is about 1 in 37.
When I first came to visit a friend in Hong Kong this past December, I never imagined that just 6 months later I’d be back on that same 15 hour flight from the US to Asia, only this time with a one way ticket, a work visa and 2 poorly packed suitcases in hand.
"Long story short... I've worked out for many many years doing a variety of shall we say "traditional" workouts, some with trainers--weights, military style boot camps, running etc. often got injured, as witnessed by 3 shoulder surgeries, torn quads--- and a horrible golf game. Horrible. I never golfed more than 10-12 times a year but I sucked. Always tried to muscle it? Or even if I didn't think I was muscling it--I must've been.
Haven't played in about 3 years, or about the same time I started Corefire