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  • New Look for You Coming Soon
    on Dec 15, 2010 in Lifestyle Nutrition Fitness
    One of my resolutions for the New Year's was to develop a better blog for my readers. Well, it's happening faster than I anticipated. As of tomorrow afternoon, my site will be down for a couple days. When it reappears, it will be - in my humble opin...
  • Full Body No Excuses Workout #4
    on Dec 10, 2010 in Fitness Wedding Waistlines
    Isometrics are such a great - and portable - way to incorporate strength training into you workout, no matter where you are or what you're doing. An isometric contraction is when you muscle contracts without changing its length. Usually movements lik...
  • Super Savory (and healthy) Spinach Dish
    on Dec 8, 2010 in Food Nutrition
    Reasons to love spinach We all know that eating leafy greens is beneficial for our bodies, but did you know that spinach has been documented as a strong combatant against both ovarian and prostate cancers? According to the Journal of Nutrition, a car...
  • Exercising and Gaining Weight? What???
    on Dec 6, 2010 in Fitness Nutrition
    A lot of people who exercise to maintain or even lose weight develop the exercise-to-eat mentality. If you're exercising significantly more on a regular basis, sure, you can indulge in greater portions or something you'd consider a treat every now an...
  • Full Body No Excuses Workout #3
    on Dec 3, 2010 in Fitness Wedding Waistlines
    Welcome to December everyone. Let's keep the momentum up through the New Year. If you let it slide after Thanksgiving, it's time to build it back up again. <div><br></div> <div>Today's workout is going to focus a lot of core...
  • A Simple, Quick and Healthy Meal for Winter
    on Dec 1, 2010 in Food Nutrition Families
    When I was a little girl, going out to eat was one of my favorite things to do with my family. We really didn't go to restaurants very often, and I never understood why until I had kids. I am the oldest of four, and can sympathize a little better wit...
  • 5 Things That Could Change Your Mind about Diet and Exercise
    on Nov 29, 2010 in Food Lifestyle Nutrition Fitness
    Here are five things that could change how important exercise and diet are to you!
  • Healthy Picks: Stocking Stuffers &amp; Great Gifts
    on Nov 22, 2010 in Food Lifestyle fitness
    With Black Friday just a few days away, I thought I'd give my two cents for my favorite health or fitness-related stocking stuffers and gifts. Yes, the run the gamut of healthy holiday gifts, but I love them and thought I'd share. From just under $10...
  • Full Body No Excuses Workout #2
    on Nov 19, 2010 in Fitness
    Here is your second installment of a workout you can do anywhere. All you need is a little bit of room, a little bit of time and a lot of heart. As always, it's important to start with a good warm up. This workout gets progressively more challenging,...
  • Sweet Dispositions: reward yourself without sabotaging your body
    on Nov 17, 2010 in Food Lifestyle Fitness
    Evaluate Your Reward System It's ok to indulge. It's ok to treat yourself with something sinful; your body can probably handle it once in a while. Rewards, however, should generally be something that will be good for you. You're only punishing yourse...
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