Ok, We are now one week into 2017. I’ve been more careful about what I have been eating and I have exercised with my new Simply Fit Board three times. I know that is not much, but it is more than someone who has not gotten off the couch this week.
If you haven’t started walking the path to a healthy life, I urge you to give it a try. Conscientiously, get up from what you are working on and move for ten minutes every hour. Get up and walk to the water fountain. Get up and walk to the vending machine and then tell yourself you do not need junk food. That the grapes you brought taste better than the cheap snacks in the machine. Then, go back to your desk and get some work done.
Hello there. Glad you came back.
Today for class we need to write a post geared toward what we believe is our target audience. If you are reading this, you might be part of my target audience.
When I feel my best, I have usually made some positive choices about my mental attitude, the way I react to others, the food I eat, and the activities I take part in. As 2015 came to a close, I realized how stressed my life had become.
“How can you be stressed when you are retired?” you might ask. Continue reading “Z to H: Day 4: Identify Audience”
What motivates you to make changes in your life? Is it a gut feeling? Is it something that happened to you? A family member? A friend?
The past three months have led me to some much needed change in my life.
I have moved from Illinois to Tennessee by choice. I have driven back to Illinois twice to rent a trailer and try to finish packing stuff and bringing it to our new home. Both trips have proved to be exhausting. Continue reading “LIFE CHANGES CHANGE LIFE”
People complain about dieting in general because they think that they will still be hungry if they cut calories.
Today’s quote and picture say it all. I found it on Motivation Blog written by Chris who wants to be your “motivational guru.”