If you have kids like I do, you know just how difficult it is to get them to eat their veggies. However, you can do something to change that. By adding things like kale, collards, and/or spinach to your blender with their favorite fresh fruits and some water, you’ll be creating not only something very nourishing for them but something they will actually love drinking. Even the pickiest of kids will enjoy a good green smoothie recipe. Continue Reading
It is what it is, and that’s the way it’s got to be. Those were the first words that came to mind just before I started to think on opening lines for this little post on green smoothies, of all things. Those words issued had something to do with the way I’ve been feeling lately.
It’s not depression or even the hard life, no, nothing of that sort, although I am prone to such ruminations from time to time, but mainly women’s thoughts. Continue Reading
There is one good thing I like about the paradigmatic universe of the healthy lifestyle. Just from my own modestly personal point of view, there is richness in variety when setting off on our way to making new discoveries where healthy lifestyles are concerned. It is not at all how it used to be.
Hello. How did I do with my last post?
You know, you are more than welcome to leave a comment or two on the thoughts I laid down for you to digest. I hope I did not say too much that did not cause you to blush or twitch your brows with concern. Just remember, I only spoke from the heart. I have acknowledged this much from the outset that I need to work on my heart as well. Emotionally speaking, there is room for improvement. Physically, I need to target my cardiovascular health along with building up my muscles during the composition of my very first balanced health and fitness plan. Continue Reading
Hello, it’s me Lottie again. Did I do alright with my last post? Was it sufficiently motivating and did it further captivate your growing interest in the ways and means you could begin to transform your life from what it used to be as a tired old girl, sitting lonely on her couch in front of her telly with only her chips and chocolates and maybe the chubby tabby for company, to a superbly fit and energetic woman who just can’t wait to get out the front door to start her next run, oozing in confidence and wholly excited about her new life. Continue Reading