Archives for November 2012

Dr. Peg’s Easy Shrimp and Spinach Enchiladas

November 30, 2012 – I shared this recipe with the women at Colorado Christian Fellowship for our Recipe Swap. It’s very easy to make and tasty. Ingredients: 11 oz. package of spinach, chopped 1/2 lb. cooked shrimp with shells removed, cut into large chunks 2 tbsp. of enchilada seasoning 1/4 jar of green salsa 2 […]

Moving Forward

November 30, 2012 – Are you pursuing your passions and walking in your purpose? How do you get in position to prosper spiritually, financially, interpersonally, and emotionally in 2013? What daily small steps are you taking to move forward? My guest on Friday is Nik Scott, minister, entrepreneur, author, wife, and mother and we’re discussing empowerment […]

To Play or Not to Play: Can Lottery Winnings Buy Happiness?

November 28, 2012 – Tonight’s Powerball Lottery is 500 million dollars! What is the psychological and emotional impact of sudden wealth of that magnitude? Initially, of course, you would probably feel ecstatic. But psychology’s Adaptation Level phenomenon predicts that you will quickly adapt to this new level of wealth, begin to see it as normal, and […]

‘Tis the Season to…Overeat

November 23, 2012 – Turkey, ham, stuffing, sweet potatoes, pies, cakes, cookies, macaroni and cheese…are you hungry yet? Thanksgiving and Christmas are a license to eat. Some of us need to have our licenses revoked because we take it too far. Kim Farmer, President of Denver-based Mile High Fitness, and Gene Davis, Certified Personal Trainer […]

9News 10/25/12 – Advice for Parents Amid the Jessica Ridgeway Case

  KUSA – Talking to your children about the Jessica Ridgeway disappearance and murder is inevitable. But a local psychologist says shielding them from some of the details is necessary, especially at young ages. Psychologist Peggy Mitchell Norwood says the incident is unsettling for many parents as well. “Psychologically, we really have a strong need […]

9News 11/2/12 – Are Your Kids Noticing Political Ads?

KUSA – Raunchy music videos and reality shows aren’t the only worries parents have when it comes to the television. Experts say children take notice of political advertisements more often than parents may think, and it could have a negative effect on them. One child’s breakdown is a prime example. Four-year-old Abigale Evans broke into […]

Kid Biz: Child Entrepreneurs

November 16, 2012 – Have you ever thought about starting a business, but were too afraid to step out on faith and do it? With only a great idea and their passion, my guests each created their own businesses. And guess what? They are only 11 and 5 years old! If they can do it, […]

Living in Your Sweet Spot

November 9, 2012  – Max Lucado defines your “Sweet Spot” as what you love, what you’re good at, and what the world needs. When was the last time you were living in your sweet spot? What are you doing to get there? Learn more on Friday’s episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg Listen every […]