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Monday, August 24, 2015

Dear Pierini Fitness is coming soon!

Most middle-aged men may have never read but probably know of the former syndicated advice-columnist known as “Dear Abby”. 

Dear Abby was founded in 1956 by Pauline Phillips using her pen name of Abigail Van Buren.  Her column was known and liked by all who read it for the sound and compassionate advice she delivered with the straightforward style of coming from a good friend.

Dear Abby was written by Mrs. Phillips for over 40 years until 2000 when it was then taken over by her daughter who announced that her mother had Alzheimer’s disease.  The column still exists today although its founder died a little over two years ago on January 16, 2013 at the ripe age of 94 years.

An internet version of Dear Abby exists to this day.

I don’t know for sure but in my yesteryear memories of quickly glancing at the column when I used to read a print newspaper, it seemed like the Dear Abby audience primarily consisted of women.  Thinking about this and fast-forwarding to the present makes me realize there’s a now void of something similar for the middle-aged men of the world.

Until now that is.

Pierini Fitness is pleased to announce the debut of “Ask Pierini Fitness” as a go to place for all middle-aged men of the world for advice about how the thoughts on your mind related to living and dying, gracefully aging and trying to live a good and honest life.

And it’s also a place to ask your questions about middle-aged man diet, fitness and health stuff too.

For some of you, this may be an answer to prayers, a breath of fresh air, a star shining bright in the darkness of night, or a place to visit for a good reflective thought and perhaps a private laugh or two.

In any event, drum roll please, write down your deepest thoughts and questions and send them to me at pierinifitness@gmail.com and look for your answers here in a coming soon to a cyberspace location near you.  Dear Pierini Fitness is coming soon!

Pax Domini sit semper vobiscum

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