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  • v VTORIA3
    Thanks for the spark post and well wishes! We did enjoy a nice anniversary...quiet and sweet....just the way I like to celebrate!

    Wishing you an awesome weekend! emoticon
    21 days ago
  • v CAROL_31649731
    Mini-Challenge for this week: “Count Your Blessings”

    emoticon emoticon Don’t just count calories, and don't just count your reps … “Count Your Blessings.” Giving thanks can do a lot more than just change your outlook on life. It can also benefit your body, your health, and even the number on the scale. Be thankful of what your body can do, and think of exercise as a gift you’ve been given—rather than a chore. . . and you’ll be more likely to stick with it!

    26 days ago
  • v CAROL_31649731
    Karene, thanks for letting me know the mini-challenge was helpful to you. If I can improve just one person journey with my helpful hints, then I am a happy-camper!
    32 days ago
  • v SOOKIE
    Join me for a little #mondaymotivation

    "Take your body for a ride. Do the Monday Mile. Skip the elevator, take the stairs!"

    Walking's not your thing … do something for 15 min (= 1 mile). Just move!

    Have a healthy and fit week … don't forget to be emoticon !!!

    Sookie, WL
    Champions in the Kitchen
    33 days ago
  • v CAROL_31649731
    Mini-Challenge for you this week: "Hit Pause" emoticon emoticon

    The next time you’re tempted to reach for that chocolate ice cream (or whatever you're craving), stop & “hit pause.” Consider your decision for about 10 minutes. The majority of us don’t hesitate long enough when it comes cravings.

    “Hit pause,” and take a little time to decide if it’s really worth the splurge. If you ultimately decide it’s worth it, pay close attention to the texture, aroma, and flavor of that special treat. Savor & enjoy every morsel. It will help you feel satisfied with a smaller portion.

    36 days ago
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