Keeping Fit

How to’s by folks who know

Posted on April 30th, 2020 by paularath

These are alarming and confusing times, and it can be challenging to imagine the end of this set of circumstances. And yet, people all over the world are learning new ways of living and employing innovative ways of thinking. As an added bonus, we are relating to one another in creative new ways. (I never
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Posted on April 9th, 2020 by paularath

It’s far too easy to swim into a sea of angst in these days of self quarantine. It can sneak up on you at the most unexpected times, sometimes even when you’re just sitting in your comfy chair, reading. If and when this starts to happen, there’s a technique that Jerry has learned to employ,
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Posted on October 13th, 2019 by paularath

I discovered Queen of Hearts, my favorite line of dance clothing, about five years ago at Still and Moving Center in Kaka’ako. I have never received as many compliments regarding any of my workout-related clothes. In fact, I constantly have people saying “You look like you’re ready for a date night out, not a dance
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Posted on May 25th, 2018 by paularath

Thanks to our creative, energetic and well-connected youth specialist, Larry Sweets, Palama Settlement’s culinary team from the 808 Junior Chef competition got a lesson in sushi. The teacher was none other thanĀ Al Aiona’aka, the Asian Food Director for Whole Foods Markets. The youths, who come from a wide range of family and culinary backgrounds, took
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Posted on October 29th, 2016 by paularath

  I’ve always wondered what gastroenterologists do for fun. I mean, it’s just not a fun medical specialty. No one ever wants to see you and you really have to deal with some unpleasant stuff. Well, one Honolulu gastroenterologist, Dr. Mark Morisaki, who practices out of Kuakini, creates all sorts of fabulous things with balloons!
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