Breaking the Habit official video by Linkin Park Regardless of what your goals are for 2013, you need to examine your habits first. Once you examine your habits, you can change the ones that are stopping you from reaching your goals. Check out this video by Linkin Park for some music that gets you moving!
2012 has come and gone. The confetti of New Year’s Eve celebrations has been cleared away. Now is the time to buckle down and get back to work. Now is the time for resolutions! The problem with making a resolution after the hustle and bustle of the holidays is the average person has not had any time to rest. Without rest, you cannot reflect. If you haven’t reflected on your
Before: A thrill of delicious anticipation raced through my veins as I eagerly submitted my beloved photos through the mail. Lane Bryant was seeking applications and photos to become the next plus size model. Lane Bryant was one of the few stores that not only offered plus size clothing, but also offered acceptable fashions for a young, hip, college student. In preparation, I had carefully chosen my most flattering and
Do you love to run? Neither do I. Sure, it’s one of the best workouts you can do. After squeezing your excess flab into a tight bustier of breathable exercise clothing, lacing up the Nike running shoes, and turning up the iPod, you are ready to burn some serious calories. This is about the time I usually lose my motivation. When I first set out to lose weight, I believed
Ladies and gents, I am fat. Don’t get me wrong- I don’t mean fat as in large and in charge. And I certainly don’t mean phat as in Pretty, Hot and Tempting. I mean fat as in capital F.A.T. Fit and Toned! I know what some of you may be thinking. If she’s so fit and toned, why isn’t she a personal trainer, or a fitness model? You are absolutely right!
In a burst of sudden and foolhardy motivation, I decided to do the famous Cindy Crawford workout. After all, she was THE model of my times, and how hard could a model workout be? Three days later, I still found it difficult to move without pain. Ms. Crawford had me doing lunges, push-ups, and odd concoctions of yoga-like poses that looked physically impossible. Ms. Crawford was only the beginning of
Did you know that breakfast eaters burn more calories than non-breakfast eaters? Read the benefits of eating breakfast every day. “I dare you!” my brother challenged me with the irresistible words that no younger sister could ignore. “I bet you can’t do it! I’ll give you $5 if you do it!” There was no longer a choice. The dare was that I couldn’t eat five bowls of Cocoa Krispies for breakfast.
Flashback: The small orange ball named “Spongy Fun” sailed across the room with two pursuers hot on the trail. One, a young girl of about 10, dove low to pop it from underneath, while the other, an elderly gentlemen with a beard, tapped the top of the ball to propel it away. A couple of enthusiastic spectators cheered on their respective team. Both the girl and man stopped short to
I was standing in line at the store when the latest issue of one of those sensational rags caught my eye. You know, the kind where they feature an alien abduction or 100 pound tumor on the cover? This issue featured slim secrets from the superstar Dolly Parton. What was Parton’s secret? She would sit down to a full country fried chicken dinner and eat only one bite from