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Children’s Book Review: Yoga Frog By Nora Carpenter

YOGA FROG By: Nora Carpenter Illustrated by: Mark Chambers Published: May 29, 2018 Publisher: Running Press Kids Non-Fiction   Yoga is an activity that can be done by anyone of any age and in any kind of athletic shape. It has been proven to help with balance, muscle strength, flexibility, headaches, and stress.  I have…
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Children’s Book Review: I Want to Do Yoga Too By Carole P Roman

I WANT TO DO YOGA TOO By: Carole P Roman Published: December 24, 2012 Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform  Are you a fan of yoga? Would you like to start doing yoga with your child? Is your child curious about your yoga class? If you have a young child, this book would be a great…
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A Little Monday Motivation

Photo Source – HERE Start somewhere today. Don’t put it off. You can do something, no matter how “small” you think it is in terms of your long-term goal. Every step you take is one you’ll be thankful for when you get there. Remember: You’re lapping everyone who’s still on the couch.    Caressa Sharp,…
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A Little Monday Inspiration

Run when you can,  walk if you have to,  crawl if you must;  just never give up.  Dean Karnazes, American Ultramarathon Runner This has been a good quote for me as I am participating in the Runner’s World RunStreak Challenge to complete 40 miles in 40 days. From Memorial Day to July 4th, runners just…
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Book Review: 303 Kid-Approved Exercises and Active Games By Kimberly Wechsler

303 KID-APPROVED EXERCISES AND ACTIVE GAMES Ages: 6-8 By: Kimberly Wechsler Published:  July 30, 2013 Non-Fiction Kids are spending way too much time indoors, sitting in chairs watching movies and playing video games.  Kimberly Weschsler has come up with various exercises and games that will get your kids moving. There are stretches and exercises that…
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Book Review: The Calorie Myth By Jonathan Bailor

THE CALORIE MYTH How to Eat More, Exercise Less, Lose Weight, and Live Better By: Jonathan Bailor Published: December 31, 2013 Nonfiction Johnathan Bailor has written a diet book unlike the others.  He changes the myths of dieting that include eating less, exercising more, and counting your carbs, your sugars,and your calories and changes it…
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2013 Wrap Up and Plans for 2014

What a blessedly hectic year this has been.  By offering my views on 2013, I can gauge how 2014 is going to go, where I can improve, what I need to change, and what is going well.  I am focusing on my reading/reviewing, my fitness/health, and my personal life with areas of success and areas…
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A Little Monday Inspiration

“Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness.” Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby When I saw this quote last week, it kind of stopped me in my tracks.  Really, who doesn’t have time for exercise?  Here I am, making excuses again.  Just…
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A Little Monday Inspiration

I AM A RUNNER because I run. Not because I run fast. Not because I run far. I AM A RUNNER because I say I am.  And no one can tell me I’m not. John Bingham photo courtesy of bellinrun.com John Bingham is an author and runner.  He writes a column for Runner’s World magazine and…
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So, I Needed A New Challenge

The month of October is flying by for me.  Is it for you?  October is always crazy for us, but this year it has been especially busy.  Three kids in three different sports/activities with three different schedules, a trip for me, a birthday for me and my husband, subbing, a weekend getaway, and in general…life.…
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