Archive for 'Health and Fitness'

EMME: Barbie’s Newest Chapter!

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Barbie Fashionistas

Just pinch me! It’s not everyday that you get a chance to applaud a large American corporation like Mattel for creating a monumental shift within the doll industry by their newly released petite, curvy, original and tall Fashionista Dolls.

What a moment for millions of little girl’s lives around the world that they too can play with popular dolls that are fashioned more like them. Yes, it is a step ...

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AskEMME: Work out Crazy!

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AskEMME: SHE’S A WORKOUT MANIAC

Q: My sister has recently become a gym rat. She’s been working out so much that I’m afraid she’s become obsessed with it! She constantly talks about her workouts- like what kind of exercise she does, how long her sessions last, and so on. Now she’s trying to get me to join her gym, but I’m not really interested. I’m very proud of my sister because she seems happier and healthier than she ever did before. I don’t want to crush her ...

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AskEMME: BIOLOGICAL CLOCK

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AskEMME: BIOLOGICAL CLOCK

Q: My best friend is 37 years old and single. She is seriously considering having a baby on her own, via artificial insemination. She is afraid that if she doesn’t act now, she’ll never have the chance. I want to be happy for her because I think she’d be a great mother, but I believe kids should have their fathers around. I’m also concerned because my friend works as a freelance graphic artist and may not be financially ready to support a child. Should ...

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Sister to Sister Launches Groundbreaking Screen Us Where We Are Campaign with Supermodel Emme

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About Sister to Sister

Sister to Sister: The Women’s Heart Health Foundation founded by Irene Pollin, MSW, PhD (Hon) in 1999, is the first

organization focused solely on women’s heart disease detection, education, and prevention. For 15 years, Sister to Sister

has served as the leading facilitator of in-person heart-healthy evaluations, and has provided 100,000 free cardiovascular

screenings with immediate results and counseling to women of all ages, ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds. Sister to

Sister’s fight to prevent heart disease in women is not over, ...

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Dr. Beth Dupree, son Dean, and Double Harvest in Haiti

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Be the change~Ghandi

Without a question, when my other very adventurous soul of a friend, Dr. Beth Dupree (she’s coming with us on our EmmeCruise May 2015) says she’s making yet another tour to Haiti, I know although I couldnt join her, I’d see the and read about the joy that comes from her gift of healing…the incredible stories that she and the fellow doctors who come back each year,  connect through their compassionate care…and the ...

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EmmeCruise May 10-17, 2015 commercial!

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Please check out the EmmeCruise Commercial!

http://youtu.be/SdXfTGJiR4g

If you’re planning on coming on the EmmeCruise May 10-17, 2015 to Bermuda on the magnificent Norwegian Breakaway, please reserve your spot soon!

Thanks to fine work of videographer and documentarian Nitsan Tal, I was able to align the stars to have the Breakaway, Nitsan and myself in the same place at the same time to shoot this commercial!

I hope you enjoy – grab your friends and come!!

 

 

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Learning to Appreciate Our Whole Selves: Embracing our “Flaws” and Loving You, “Imperfections” Included!

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  1. We think, create and play best when we acknowledge all of who we are without obsessing on what we are not or do not have.  If we obsess over how to change our bodies in order to emulate someone else’s, we miss out on a lot of life.  We can not change our body type no matter what we do.  We can, however, make what we ...
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EmmeNation’s BookBite Wednesday Author: Michelle Whitlock

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At age twenty-six, author Michelle L. Whitlock thought she had it all: she was in the best physical shape of her life, she had a promising career, and she had a budding romance that looked like it could finally be the real thing.

Then doctors informed her that she had HPV. Weeks later her worst nightmare became her reality: she was diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer. In this memoir, Michelle narrates the story of her ordeal. She tells how she took ...

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Chicago: One stair at a time! Play+Sweat+Win

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First Thing In The Morning – Shake It!

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