My sister and I have started a family activity for sunday afternoons with our families. We will be playing basketball, kickball, football even our hubbies and kids have agreed to it. They have no idea we did this to get the family moving!
You can choose any day or activity that your family will enjoy. The idea is to get everyone involved.
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I spend more and more time worrying about the little things, when I should really look at what I have. Two great kids, who are my biggest motivators to eat better, do more and relax and play games with them. I keep finding myself wondering what I would do without them, and the answer is simple NOTHING! I keep going because my kids keep going.
I also find it easier to play kickball and run the bases a few times a to keep my energy up all the while playing with my kids at the same time
Feel like a kid again and go out and play! How about roller blading or ride a bike! Basketball, kickball or tennis anyone? Grab a partner and dance the night away! (Drink water, not alcohol!) The possibilities are endless!33225629591
Yesterday I put my bike on the bike rack of my car and went out to Lake Michigan. There are lots of trails out there! I felt like I was on a mini vacation. Took my camera along and got some great photos! Also did some hiking up Rosy Mound!
Exercise doesn't have to be a chore. Look at some things you did as a child for fun like jump rope, hula hoop, kickball, dodge ball, and hop scotch these things never felt like exercise. It was all simple and fun things to do with family and friends.318
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