It’s been hard with this move because I’m trying to save as much money as possible but my body feels crappy. I ran around the neighborhood the other day and my chest started burning. No bueno. I’ve got a get a job so I can be secure in my food buying choices!
Here is a list of 15 things which, if you give up on them, will make your life a lot easier and much, much happier. We hold on to so many things that cause us a great deal of pain, stress and suffering – and instead of letting them all go, instead of allowing ourselves to be stress free and happy – we cling on to them. Not anymore. Starting today we will give up on all those things that no longer serve us, and we will embrace change. Ready? Here we go:
Do you guys happen to know of any free/cheap Promotional or one time yoga/ other workout classes (maybe yoga in the park) this week/end or next? I’m so Jonesin for a great workout and I’m hoping to find one at a low cost as I’m not settled here yet. Or even a website or link that advertises that sort of thing. Reply to this or mssg me please :)
If you guys haven’t noticed yet, I love Registered Dietician, Andy Bellatti. All of this blog posts are so informative that I often times copy and paste them directly into my blog! (with credit given, of course). This one is no exception. In fact, if you read any of them I think this is the one you should read!
Deciding to go on a diet is easy. Sticking to one is a completely different story. Countless diet books and infomercials promise slimmer waists and longer lives. More legitimately, doctors and news articles deliver (sometimes conflicting) suggestions for you: decrease your portions, drink more water, eat more greens, and so on. Too often, none of it works. Why? Because we make ourselves miserable trying to change our diets in a way that’s supposed to be good for us but makes us unhappy. We took the issue to our nutritionists to figure out how we can make those healthy changes without hating every meal. Here’s what they said.
We sat down with our friends, nutritionists, and registered dietitians Alannah DiBona and Andy Bellatti, whom many of you will remember from our food mythsposts and asked them how, those of us who want to embrace healthier eating can do so without driving ourselves insane. For example, it’s frequently said that a portion of meat in a meal should be no larger than a deck of cards. If you’re used to eating a huge cut of meat, or two chicken breasts in a sitting, eating that on Monday and a deck of cards-sized portion on Tuesday is just going to make you frustrated. So how do you get from here to there? Here are some tips.(read more!)
The Department of Homeland Security announced today that same-sex families will soon be able to cross the border together, filing just one form for all “members of a family residing in one household.” Before, married same-sex couples had to go through customs separately because the policy referred to married couples, and thus fell under the purview of the Defense of Marriage Act. The proposed change will undergo a series of reviews and a period of public comment before it takes effect.
I hope I don’t have to hear opposition. It would be amazing if something like this could be announced and let be.