It’s the time of year when I begin spring training.
You will heal. I will help.
I have a Valentine’s Day salad you can love because there is more to Valentine’s Day than overpriced cards, flowers, and desserts. Sometimes.
I told you back in December that I was going to make a Tea Habit in 2011. The sipping tea habit is in full effect, underway and I am sippin’-to-the-tea my darling!
I began this sipping tea habit by making a huge cup each day after lunch. (The tea is also contributing to my “hydration goal.”)
What I noticed immediately is that it revived me for the afternoon (I am a morning person – not afternoon), relaxed my stomach post-lunch and yes, even tasted wonderful!
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I have two few favorite go-to tea brands. They include:
But I’m not just a fan of sipping it with nothing but tea bag and water.
I love this new sipping tea habit.
How about you? Do you like tea? Any favorite brands/flavors?
Experience not things….it’s really what life is all about.
I once read a stat that 57% of people reported they were happier when they spent money on an experience (like a vacation or a class), while only 34% reported being happier after buying stuff.
If you can get into the habit of saving your money for experiences vs. blowing it on more “things,” it’s safe to assume that the quality of your life and lasting happiness is bound to sky rocket!
Just think about it. You could….
Or you could….
If you make an experience not things habit, you will be happier for longer because memories are forever. Your mind holds a special place for experiences. With experiences come pictures and perhaps even video. You can upload these, create photo books or videos with them, share them with others, etc. The experience continues on.
You must plan for success if you want to succeed with anything and everything in life. Today I’m specifically talking about success with health, fitness, and food. One way to do this is by beginning a Sunday bake fest habit.
A Sunday bake fest (more like a cook fest, but whatever) is where we devote a chunk of time to prepping, preparing, portioning and storing most of the food for the upcoming week.
And why would we do this? So that we always have something healthy to eat on hand. You’ll avoid mindless and unhealthy snacking, wasted time cooking each day and you’ll always be stocked with your favorites!
Here are various things I do/make during my Sunday bake fests:
On Sunday nights, our fridge is full and beautiful. And come Monday morning, I am ready to eat healthy all week long!
What do you make up on Sundays to have for the entire week?
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