Spring is now with us and while in some places there is still snow falling, for other the sun is beginning to shine behind those big white clouds. Having spring come means only one thing, summer is soon to follow. Now many made New Year’s resolutions in hopes that this year would be the year to change their bodies and finally get into shape. If you are like many, chances are the resolution like magic, disappeared. But it’s not too late, ask yourself the following questions I will present to you and get back on track to getting into the best shape of your life. While these questions originally should be credited to Debbie Happy Cohen who is a success coach for many top-notch businesses, they are easily applicable to the world of health and fitness also.
Ashley and JP talked to Us magazine Sunday night while attending a charity event for the ASPCA with their Yorkie, Boo. Hebert told the mag that she’s excited to be finished with her program so she can turn her “attention elsewhere”!
St. Nicholas used to deliver Christmas gifts to the children, but Grandfather Frost took over in honor of the happy new year 2019 wishes during communist rule. Grandfather Frost continues to deliver the Christmas gifts to the Russian children, even though communism has fallen. Instead of Santa’s red suit, Grandfather Frost wears a blue suit. Grandfather Frost is accompanied by a handmaiden who hand out the presents.
If you find yourself at a red light, you will notice your fellow motorcyclists bobbing and weaving through the stopped traffic to get to the front of the pack. Once the light changes to green, it will be like the start of the Indianapolis 500.
It is mucoid plaque that also blocks the outflow of lymph nodes that line the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. What happens here? Lymph system is responsible for picking up cellular debris, carrying it through the lymphatic system and dumping this waste into the GI tract. If mucoid plaque prevents this from happening, the lymphatic system backs up with cellular waste no where to go or go elsewhere in the body.
Eat Slowly! Concentrate on your food, that will help. Try to take 15-20 minutes to eat, depending on the size of your meal. This will help you to not eat after your body is already full.
Number Five: Remember that Writing Well is a Journey. This is not a sprint, it’s a marathon. Our point isn’t to be published next week. Our point is to write beautiful stories with characters who leap off the page, and with whom we all want to tag along for their journeys. All we’re looking for is progress, growth, the ability to see that what you’ve written today was better than yesterday, or last week, or last year… And I can absolutely guarantee that if you write, if you read and study your craft, and write again, you will get better.