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Facebook Challenge – Post #5

Baby spinach, chicken, tomatoes, cukes, parsley, cranberries, couscous, feta balsamic vinegar and 2 falafel       ~ Elizabeth Hilgart‎ That’s looks delicious!       ~ Aimee Watson Chandler It certainly does.       ~ Teri Weatherby

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Facebook Challenge – Post #4

I’m gonna wear these… AND look damn good in them… Work work work work work work… — feeling determined.       ~ Elena Erdmann‎ Love that color       ~ Carolyn Hebert Yes yes yes yes yes!!       ~ Diane Hayden Yes , U WILL!!!!       ~ Aimee Watson […]

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Facebook Challenge – Post #3

      ~ Lois Golebiowski Nice work…now think about what the steps would be to reach those goals. Like Diane said set a more specific time frame or action plan next!       ~ Aimee Watson Chandler

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Facebook Challenge – Post #2

Egg cups… Packed with veggies, a little crumbled bacon, some fine shred fiesta cheese… Filled egg whites or egg beaters. Lunch for many day!! They reheat great!       ~ Elena Erdmann Another quick power packed idea…love this for mid day snack too!       ~ Aimee Watson Chandler Hey – Elena Erdmann […]

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Facebook Challenge – Post #1

My non negotiable. Growing up Italian. Mom made the best Bolognese sauce and spaghetti had always been a staple for me. It’s my go to for comfort food.       ~ Elizabeth Hilgart‎ Yummy!       ~ Aimee Watson Chandler Yum! I can understand why this is a non-negotiable!       ~ […]

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The #1 Factor in Successful Weight Loss

Do you know what is the number one determining factor in successful weight loss and maintenance? It’s probably not what you think like eating healthy, prepared whole foods and being active with moderate exercise daily. Here’s a hint… The Mayo Clinic Diet published an article entitled, “Social support: A necessity for weight loss.” Joining a […]

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STRESS ADAPTATION: Understanding Our Body’s Response to Stress

Hans Selye, an endocrinologist from Vienna, Austria was one of the first to describe how stress affects the body. He even coined the term “stress” that didn’t exist fewer than 100 years ago. He wrote a paper on the topic in 1926, which was published in Nature, a prominent scientific journal. His theory is called […]

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5 Ways to Neutralize Your Stress

If this headline caught your eye it’s probably because you or someone you know is suffering from that dreaded word…STRESS!!! We’ve heard the word, we’ve all experienced it at one point or another, but what is it exactly? The dictionary correlates it to pressure, anxiety, constant worry, nervous tension and trauma, all of which are […]

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Give Thanks

“When you are grateful fear disappears and abundance appears.” – Anthony Robbins I thought it would be fitting this month in the spirit of Thanksgiving to talk about gratitude. How many opportunities do we have on a daily basis to practice gratitude and how often do we do it? The simplicity of gratitude and the […]

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