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Cookbook Review: Meal Prep for Weight Loss by Kelli Shallal RD

Meal planning and meal prep is a great way to lose wight. This cookbook is full of tips and recipes for helping you plan out meals for the week.
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Books that Came My Way in September 2019

My monthly roundup of all the new books that were added to my shelves including fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks, and children's books.
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Books that Came My Way in June 2019

Ah, it is finally SUMMER! I’ve spent many blissful mornings and evenings on the porch listening to the birds and reading. It’s been wonderful. I’ve also tackled some organizing projects and done lots of laundry. My son and I returned from a fun week in Orlando with our school’s band and choir kids. We had…
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Book Review: Seven Sundays By Alec Penix

SEVEN SUNDAYS A Faith, Fitness, and Food Plan for Lasting Spiritual and Physical Change By: Alec Penix and Myatt Murphy Published: December 4, 2018 Publisher: Howard Books Non-Fiction   January is the time of year when many of us think about making changes to our current lifestyle, either adding a fitness routine, eating more vegetables,…
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Book Review: Fitter Faster by Robert J. Davis

FITTER FASTER The Smart Way to Get in Shape in Just Minutes A Day By: Robert J. Davis with Brad Kolowich, Jr Published: May 11, 2017 Publisher: AMACOM Non-Fiction/Health/Fitness Davis, an award-winning health journalist, and Kolowich, a Certified Personal Trainer whose clients include well-known actors and athletes, have joined together to create this no-nonsense approach…
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My Whole 30 Experience in November 2016

On a totally spontaneous whim, I decided to try WHOLE30 during the month of November. My cousin was going to do it and I decided to join in to support her and also kick start my own plateau. We were going to be together for a weekend in November to celebrate a family Christmas and…
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Product Review: Life Equals Focus and Energy

Do you have days where you just can’t seem to stay on task and focus? Do you hit that mid-morning or mid-afternoon slump and just wish you could take a nap? These types of days seem to happen to me more often than not. I seem to always have multiple things on my list for…
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Book Review: Being Mortal By Atul Gawande

BEING MORTAL Medicine and What Matters in the End By: Atul Gawande Published: October 7, 2014 Publisher: Metropolitan Books Non-Fiction I learned a lot about dying during my time working in Hospice. I saw families so overcome with grief that I wasn’t sure how they could go on. But, I also saw relief in some…
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Book Review: The 4X4 Diet By Erin Oprea

THE 4 x 4 DIET 4 Key Foods, 4-Minute Workouts, Four Weeks to the Body You Want By: Erin Oprea Published: February 2, 2016 Publisher: Harmony Non-Fiction/Health/Fitness I think I first heard about this book on Instagram with a few people I follow, including Carrie Underwood, the American Idol turned Country Music Star. The concept…
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Book Review: The Anti Ageing Food and Fitness Plan by Rick Hay #Blogival

THE ANTI AGEING FOOD & FITNESS PLAN By: Rick Hay Published: January 18, 2016 Publisher: Clink Street Publishing Health/Fitness/Non-Fiction I’m bringing you this book today as part of Clink Street Publishing Blogival 2016. This week I will be sharing other books with you as part of this tour of Clink Street Publishing books. There are so…
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