Shame to Humanity....!!!!
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Friday, December 18, 2009
Thursday, December 17, 2009
The following is from Denise Austin's newsletter:
Keeping your home clean and free of clutter is a key component to healthy living. Clutter builds up quickly; most people don't even realize that they're pack rats until they start going through closets and realize they have shoes they haven't worn in a decade or piles of newspapers dating back to 2000!
If this is you, it's time to declutter your home. Remember the old adage "Cluttered home, cluttered mind"? Rejuvenate your peace and well-being by vowing to clear up the clutter. To decide whether something is worth keeping or not:
- Go room by room, tidying each room completely before moving on.
- Establish zones or boxes for trash, recycling, charity, sentimental or monetary value, and undecided items.
- If an item is going into the sentimental box, ask yourself what you plan to do with it. Will you give it to your children or a friend? Is it really worth keeping? For example, do you think your child will want your fifth-grade report card?
- If you think an item has monetary value, consider having it appraised. You may learn it has none, or you might decide to sell it for some extra green!
- For items in the undecided box, give yourself a deadline. If you do nothing with the items by your next decluttering session (say, in three to six months), consider tossing or donating them to charity.
Remember, coming home to a clean and clutter-free space will leave you feeling calm and relaxed. Embrace the concept — you'll be glad you did.
This will be our project for this weekend: clear lots of clutter from our house!
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
The Growing Problem of Childhood Obesity - Weight Center - Everyday Health
I know it is a difficult thing to do. Society bombards us (especially kids) with all types of junk-food temptation. I battle this with my kids and, most of the time, I steer them in the direction of healthier choices.
But diet is not the only problem -- lack of exercise is a huge factor in childhood obesity.
Enjoy the article!
Wednesday, December 09, 2009
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
I have used "green smoothies" on and off for the last several months. Unfortunately, it has been more off than on. I will start a daily routine of them. They are so yummy that even the kids love them!
Wednesday, December 02, 2009
Natural Awakenings: Columbia Edition Cola1209
It has some excellent articles that are not specific to Columbia. Actually, most of them are very global in nature and are as applicable in South Carolina as they are in any other part of the world.
Their main website (which includes many previous issues) is at http://www.healthylivingcolumbia.com/.