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  • v BLH507
    Thanks for adding me as a friend. I LOVE my Kindle Fire, hope you are still liking yours!
    1708 days ago
  • v KRYS210
    Welcome to the Teachers Learning to Lose team. We are delighted you have joined us on our quest to fitness success. Look through all our posts and threads and participate on both teams in the ones that interest you. If I can be of any help, please let me know.

    Krys, leader
    1708 days ago
    Thank you for posting to my video blog posts and thank you for the goodie on behalf of the team.

    Yes, dancing is a real dear of a workout, and I say that even with plantar fasciitis and heel spur holding me back. I would have been an inveterate Nia practitioner, otherwise ... because the Rosases had invented such a better mousetrap ... dance with the feel of Kardio Kombat - who could beat that?

    But, I am grateful for 5 Rhythms, and it is even the mental workout, for it lets you be creative ...

    Feast your eyes on this link:

    Yoga has had its day in the sun, as we all know ...

    I don't even practice a pure yoga anyway (aside from the podcasts) ... S2BS is a fusion as described ...
    1709 days ago
  • v KITTY20
    Here are two places you can try and Hope this helps. Julie
    1709 days ago
    Thanks so much for your comment on my blog! It was much appreciated!!!

    Re: culling your books. Rather than throwing them away, donate them to your local library (if they can't put them in their catalog and on their book shelves, they can sell them during their book sale - around my area the libraries have book sales 1-2x per year).

    Or you can donate them to a retirement center, a school (depending on the books' content), homeless shelter, or donate them to the Salvation Army. You'll be happy in the knowledge that you books are having a second (or third life).

    If I can open up my bookshelves with empty spaces, anyone can!

    Happy culling!


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    1714 days ago
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