I would love to quote gobs of this article I just read, however, in keep with Spark policy, I will post the link and encourage you to read an article that challenged my thinking.
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www.everydayhealth.com/w eight/0322/could-two-words -help-you-resist-temptatio n.aspx?xid=nl_EverydayHeal thWomensHealth_20120327
What two words made a difference to those losing or maintaining weight.... What i... Read more
There has been a forum on DWD team recently talking about food good for sleep. I found this online this morning. I copied a bit of it here to give you an idea and the link will take you to the full article which suggests some interesting combin... Read more
I must admit i read the first book in this series, which this movie is based on, four years ago when it first came out. I decided then that the major premise was so unpalatable that I would not and have not read any of the further books.
That... Read more
We are spending a long weekend, Thursday through Sunday with DD friend's in a city convenient for all of us, but where only one friend lives. We stay in a nearby motel and the friends sleep at the two bedroom apartment that is party central.
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Great quote I just ran into today:
“Always concentrate on how far you’ve come, rather than how far you have left to go.” ~Unknown
The article didn't have anything to do with health, weight control, etc. However, it reminded me of so many bl... Read more
I recently read a wonderful article on line www.yogajournal.com/wisd om/2112 titled me talk pretty. The article in full fascinated me, but the three questions in the title of this blog really stood out.
Whenever I think ... Read more
Went to a workshop yesterday titled:From Child Posture to Corpse Pose
Your Practice as a Metaphor for Embracing Change, Encountering Challenge, and Learning to Live Your Best Life
The teacher used the metaphor of child's pose as birth, the p... Read more
This is part of a bulletin I get on line called Wise Brain.
So here are some steps for calling up self-compassion, which you could blend
together as self-compassion becomes easier for you:
Take a few minutes to acknowledge your dif... Read more
We just returned from 3 weeks in Panama, where the sun shone everyday and the weather was lovely. Now, I realize spending 3 weeks in Feb. in a warm climate with a sister I love dearly may have made some of the difference as well.... however, to... Read more
How do I top that title? After a wonderful breakfast of great Panamanian coffee, healthy cereal and a great fruit smoothie, we gathered food, changed in swimsuits and drove 5 minutes to "Frank's Place." In the mid 1990's Frank bought 100 acres... Read more
We went to Caldera, a nearby small town for a typical Panamanian lunch. You get to order chicken, meat (which could be pork or beef) or fish. No fish today, so 3 of us ordered chicken and DH ordered carne (meat). The rest of the plate is fill... Read more
Enjoy this article about the Panama Canal from a Minneapolis newspaper. The author took the trip the opposite direction we did.
www.startribune.com/life style/travel/140197973.htm l?page=1&c=y ... Read more
This morning we drove through Boquete up to Finca Larida, a coffee farm in Panama. The grounds (I mean to area surrounding the coffee trees, not the coffee grounds) are beautiful filled with landscaped lawns, trees and flowers. Those flowers a... Read more
Today we made some major changes in our plans. We were supposed to go to an island in the Caribbean on Sat. through Monday. However the government and one of the indigenous tribes here are having issues over strip mining of copper (gov't wants... Read more