Four New Year's Resolutions to Forget

Four New Years’ Resolutions to Forget

  How are your New Year's Resolutions going? That's what I thought...or perhaps you didn't make any. I don't blame you. But in the interest of focusing on health and wellness by way of better fitness, I've dug out a few old posts I wrote about fitness and will share these each Sunday over the …

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Smorgasbord Health 2017

Smorgasbord Health 2017 – Before you begin that crash diet in the New Year!

I’m sharing this important information on weight loss goals and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. I found something that works well for me. Each person who is considering managing his or her weight, or wants to embark on a fitness or wellness regimen should take a closer look at what Sally has to share on her blog! Wishing you a healthy New Year!

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Smorgasbord Health 2017

I will be repeating my weight reduction programme again in 2017. The programme is designed around your body’s needs rather than your desire to get into a size or two smaller. From a nutritional perspective it is vital that when you are removing unwanted weight that you still provide your body with the nutrients that are essential for health.

However before you make plans to buy the latest wonder diet products you might like to read this first.  You can reduce weight healthily and safely and a great deal cheaper by cooking from scratch and by taking moderate exercise.

The “diet industry” is worth billions of pounds/dollars a year. The body is 100,000 years old or so – yet it is only really in the last 50 years that we have been told by experts that we have been doing it all wrong for the last 99,950 of them…

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Guest Post: Find a Swing and Release Your Inner Child

I am beyond excited today to feature Sue Loncaric, an amazing blogger from Australia! Author of Sizzling Towards Sixty, not only is she a marvelous woman of midlife and a dedicated runner, she is also a strong proponent of health and wellness. As she begins her latest blog series Midlife Matters, she takes a critical …

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Weekend Coffee Share: Travel on an Injured Knee

If we were having coffee, I would tell you we are on the go again, spending time in Lake Tahoe this weekend to celebrate hubby’s birthday. We’re sitting at a quaint little diner having breakfast. They have coffee and tea. What would you like as I tell you about my week? After two months of …

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On Time and Spending it Well

How we spend our precious time cannot be more well said than what Karen has written in this post. She sums up the choices we make for our leisure time. Worth your time to read. This post is a great example of one that I encourage to be shared on my link-up at The Leisure Link.

Fill Your Own Glass


Ask a random sampling of people how their time is best spent, and chances are you will hear different responses.  One will tell you that it is the hour just before bedtime spent snuggling and reading with his children.  Another might say it is the days spent putting together the presentation guaranteed to land a big new client for her company.  Still another will vow that the stolen moments of solitude in the middle of a hectic week are the ones that matter most.  The wonderful thing is that each of these answers is the right one.

During the career driven years of my late twenties and early thirties I misled myself into believing that the countless evenings and weekends spent working were fulfilling.  I realized down the road that those extra hours at the office, far from enriching my life, were the very ones that were sucking the life…

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Keeping Track of Your Fitness Progress

Now that you have committed to improving your fitness, what is keeping you motivated? Many companies and organizations are invested in the health and wellness of their employees. It is a fact that healthy employees who engage in fitness and other wellness activities perform better in the workplace. The Institute for Healthcare Consumerism states: “For …

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