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Should, Could, Don’t or Should, Could, Do

Published on January 12, 2014 by in Motivation

Jim Rohn is one of my favorite authors and speakers, and I often quote him because a lot of the principles he taught relate well to health and fitness. One of my favorite fundamentals he taught was the formula for disaster and formula for success. The formula for disaster is: Should, Could, Don’t (or Won’t,

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Lotto Tickets, Jackpots, and Getting Fit Quick

We live in an instant gratification society. We like quick results. We like fast food, microwaves, drive-through windows, and instant-winner game tickets. How many people play the lottery in hopes of becoming instantly rich overnight? Millions. How many lottery winners do you personally know? My guess is zero. The same thing goes for slot machines

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How Much do You Spend?

Our priorities can tell us a lot about our lifestyle. Do you consider fitness to be a big priority in your life? And, if not, do you want fitness to become a priority in your life? If the answer is yes, then I would assume that you allot a certain amount of time in your

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Guest Blog: What Is Your Inner Orchestra Saying About Fitness?

Today I am excited to have Lore Earley of EatThinkFeelLive.com writing a piece for the site. Lore is friend of mine and we share many of the same views on health and fitness. Her creative and witty writings are always informative and fun to read. Enjoy… What Is Your Inner Orchestra Saying About Fitness? by Lore

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5 Quotes to Get You Going

Published on May 8, 2013 by in Motivation

Here are 5 quotes that help motivate me for fitness, health – well – all areas of life really. Reading is great, and sometimes the littlest passage can have a huge impact. “You don’t pay the price of good health; you enjoy the price of good health. You pay the price of poor health” –

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Book Review: The Primal Blueprint

Published on April 10, 2013 by in Book Reviews

I am always looking to learn new things about nutrition, food, and lifestyles related to health. My website is not only a reflection of what I know and can pass on, but also a reflection of my own growth and learning. With The Primal Blueprint (PB) by Mark Sisson, I can say that I have

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Applying the “Slight Edge” to Your Health

One of my favorite books is called the Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. He gives so much practical and ridiculously simple advice in the book that when reading it I find myself saying, “Well, duh,” yet at the same time it is the simple things in life that we tend to overcomplicate (I have been

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Book Review: Total Money Makeover

Published on February 8, 2013 by in Book Reviews

Creating a healthy lifestyle is the focus of this page, and I believe that we need health and fitness in all areas of life: healthy relationships, healthy families, healthy eating, healthy active living, and healthy finances as well. I recently finished reading Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover which can help take care of the financial

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New Polls on Obesity are Concerning

Published on January 7, 2013 by in In the news

Stories on two recent polls about the obesity CRISIS, EPIDEMIC, DISEASE, HEALTH-DESTROYER are circling around the Internet. One poll shows that Americans are unaware of the effects of obesity such as infertility, increased risk of cancer, decreased ability to fight cancer and detect tumors, sleep apnea, as well as increased rate of asthma, stroke, and

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The Irony of Gluttony at Christmas Time

As we have finished up the Christmas holiday and move toward New Year’s day, I must say that I feel pretty good having not given way to sweets and treats over the Holiday season. Now, I’m not saying that brag, nor am I seeking a “good job” from those reading this. But, as I stepped

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