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Monthly Archives: February 2010

Sex, Lies and Text Messages

by Nikki Woods on Monday, February 22, 2010

Maybe it’s best that I have sons. Because the day my daughter would look in my eyes and ask me why men lie, I would not have an answer for her. I wish that I’d be able to say that was a generalization. But then, I’d be lying.

Not that women don’t lie too; I get that. But that’s not what we’re talking about today. Sorry! Men lie because they can’t handle the reaction of being truthful – [...]

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Breast-Feeding: To Be or Not to Be?

by Nikki Woods on Friday, February 19, 2010

Are you ride or die when it comes to the advantages of breast-feeding? Or are you “lactate” intolerant?

Nikki Woods and Mary Boyce – proud members of Mamas Gone Wild – have two differing points of view, and yet, almost perfect children.

I – Nikki Woods – don’t care how many degrees I don’t have, how many studies I haven’t conducted or how many women I haven’t examined – I AM an expert on breast feeding. If you’re a mom, whether [...]

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Changing Colors

by Nikki Woods on Wednesday, February 17, 2010

So yet another Valentine’s Day has come and gone … and on this post-Valentine’s Day Tuesday, a lot of people are still disappointed.

I have many girlfriends who had flowers delivered to their office just to give the appearance of a romantic and thoughtful boyfriend or husband waiting in the wings to fulfill all of their Valentine’s expectations. And I admit, after getting a beautiful bouquet mix of roses and lilies sent to my office by the real thing, I was [...]

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Food for Thought

by Nikki Woods on Thursday, February 11, 2010

Of course my stomach would start growling as soon as I start to put my thoughts regarding food on paper. I stayed strong, though, and congratulated myself on a little victory. But as I prepared Tom and the crew for an interview with First Lady Michelle Obama about her new initiative to battle childhood obesity, I realized that little victory is part of a lifelong love/hate relationship with food.

In the good times and in the bad times, food always plays [...]

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