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THE JOY OF OLD AGE. (NO KIDDING.)

Posted on July 8, 2013, in My Blog, with 61 Comments

That is the title of an article in today’s (Sunday) New York Times. It’s by 80-year-old Oliver Sacks. I’m stealing it for this blog cause I, too, feel joyful. I feel joyful more often now than I did in my 20’s or 30’s . . . and most definitely more often than in my 40’s. 40’s can be really …

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NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION

Posted on January 26, 2013, in My Blog, with 23 Comments

Just after the New Year, I did a cleanse. I wanted to enter this new year, perhaps even a new era (which is what I believe began 12/21/12), fresh, healthy renewed, having had 2 major surgeries this year and a not-exactly-healthy diet over the holidays. I went to the Tao of Wellness in Santa Monica where I get once-a-week acupuncture, …

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WAS THE JANE FONDA WORKOUT RESPONSIBLE FOR MY KNEE REPLACEMENT?

Posted on June 22, 2009, in My Blog, with 55 Comments

A recent article in the Daily Mail reports that my knee replacement surgery was the result of years of repetitive pounding from doing my Jane Fonda Workout programs. Wrong! It is a result of osteoarthritis which my father, Henry Fonda, also suffered from, as does my brother, Peter, who may need hip replacement soon. You never saw them doing …

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