Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Rules for staying healthy

May 1, 2018 by  
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Let’s be realistic. It really stinks to get in shape. It’s easier to be a chubbette. I would love to eat a beef taco right now with french fries. And I do allow myself to eat these things once in a while. But I am pushing forty. I just can’t eat everything I used to […]

More family time

May 1, 2018 by  
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It is so important to get back to the basics and enjoy life as our fore-mothers did. Even in the tightest budgets, even if all they had was beans and rice to feed their family, they did the best with what they had, and they lived trusting that everything was going to be okay. They […]

Spring fitness tips

April 1, 2018 by  
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From Workout Essentials to Pantry Purges, Founder Lisa Druxman Advises on Shaping up for the Season At the first signs of spring, many new moms will emerge from their winter hibernation ready to resume outdoor workouts and reverse recent indulgences in cold-weather comfort foods. But a foray into post-baby fitness following a seasonal hiatus does […]

Power of Prayer

March 1, 2018 by  
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Whether you learned to kneel as a child in Church, at your Mother’s side, in or before an altar, or if you’ve never prayed before, now is a good time to start! No matter your personal religion, prayer is often considered a stress relieving act of meditation that can calm body, mind and soul. During […]

Time for shaping up!

January 1, 2018 by  
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Okay girls no more excuses. Get off your ass! Spring will be here before you know it, and what better Resolution? We are all going to become healthier, leaner, stronger, and smarter! If you can lose that extra weight you are going to feel great Let’s do it together You will feel less stressed You […]

Cabin fever kids

December 30, 2017 by  
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Looking for something to entertain the kids when it’s raining or too cold to go outside? Crafts can keep kids busy for hours- and best of all, can be educational. There are crafts you can make with kids of all age groups, from preschoolers through grade school. Clear your kitchen table off and gather some […]

Count your blessings

November 5, 2017 by  
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One of my favorite songs goes . . Are you ever burdened With a load of care, Does the cross seem heavy You are called to bear. Count your many blessings Every doubt will fly, And you will be singing As the days go by. What a beautiful message! I find myself singing this song whenever […]

Healthy Summer Treat

July 1, 2017 by  
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Tired of sugary Popsicles for the kids during the hot summer days? Try something healthier. Take a bunch of grapes and one by one add them to kabob skewers (you can find cheap reusable metal ones in your grocery store). Lay your new grapesicles on a sheet pan and freeze for about twenty minutes. They’re […]

Grapeseed Oil

June 1, 2017 by  
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By Jessica “Jia” Woodruff,  from Color Me Untypical Healthy Facts About Grapeseed Oil This wonderful oil, powerful in antioxidants can help lower cholesterol, not to mention that this oil is a polyunsaturated oil that is high in linoleic acid. One of two essential fatty acids that the human body can not produce! Also, it is […]

Great foods to eat every day

June 1, 2017 by  
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* A fresh salad * Fruit * Fresh grilled or broiled fish * Fresh grilled or broiled chicken * Sweet potatoes instead of white * Homemade soup It’s okay to eat carbs just not too much. If you crave this food you should satisfy yourself or you will go crazy. I love my bagels. Instead […]

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