“Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.”
Blog Tip Thursday: Resources for Growth via Healthy Living Blogs
If you want to become better at any single area [content creation, social media influence, increase of subscription, design – the list goes on and on!] of your blogging career, I’d bet there is someone out there in the vastness that is the internet who is willing to point you in the right direction.
Mark Your Calendars: 28-Day Blog Challenge via Katy Widrick: I’m doing this challenge and if you’re a blogger, I would recommend joining in! Katy is amazing when it comes to blog related stuff! Starts February 1!
Many of us have made New Year’s resolutions or at least reflected on what we’d like to achieve in 2013. But how much attention have you paid to your blog?
Fitness Reborn: The Real Way to Get Back into Shape via Greatist
Your health is what you make of it. The real distinction between healthy and unhealthy is giving a damn about your body; and making sure you do something — heck, anything — consistently so that you can live a long, active life, take care of yourself, and take care of others in this world.
When Your Body Says No via The Sweet Life
It’s good to take a break because…my body can rest and restore itself…I can focus on other important things in my life, like restarting my daily devotions and spending time writing so that maybe one day I actually can write a book
Seeing the Signs for Help – Bulimia via It All Changes
Research estimates that between to 8-10 million women are battling an eating disorder at this very moment. And nearly 5% of them will die within 10 years due to their battle.
7 Ways I Significantly Increased My Running Speed via A Foodie Stays Fit: because I want to get faster this year!!
I learned to deal with discomfort from pushing the pace.
On Prayer, Rest, and Self-Care via Shauna Niequist
And I don’t care if that makes me weak or fragile or completely non-special in someone else’s eyes. What other people think of me is less and less valuable. And what’s increasingly valuable to me is a life that works for me.
being honest about losing weight via Becoming the Odd Duck
I realize now that I think I’m capable of balancing the true effort of weight loss with my current life. But in a healthy way.
Learn about Sugar and Setbacks: 21 DSD Reflection via Dare You To…
I’m capable of saying, “No, thanks.” I walked past free snacks. I turned down free wine. I entered a froyo store without having a bite. I did not buy my chocolate-covered treats. I scoured buffets for something detox-approved. I brought my own healthy addition to a potluck. This was a big one for me; I am capable of making the better choice!
How to Embrace The Positive in Change via Say What You Need to Say
And then I realized something….most people lack confidence in their ability to be happy. It’s almost as if we have become accustomed to believe that our everyday life doesn’t deserve happiness. We are always searching for the negative or questioning a good thing. Why?