(and saving money at the same time)
With another year behind us, and the years do seem to go by faster and faster, many of us have made new years resolutions to eat better and exercise. It is a very common new years resolution, but unfortunately, not very well kept.
I hope if you chose to resolve to eat healthier and better, that you not only keep your resolution, but also make it a lifestyle. So here are some tips and tricks to help you with that.
A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail by Bill Bryson.
This book was definitely not on my list of reading for reviews, my goal was to review books that are related to health and beauty, not entertainment. But a co-worker of mine recommended the book insisting that I will be laughing out loud with every page. I had lent my co-worker a different book, and felt obligated to read this one even though I wasn’t really interested. After all, I work full time while trying to manage a start up business. My choice of books are usually
I don't know what it is about me, but most people I meet, automatically presume I am a vegetarian. I am not, I was once, but haven't been in almost a decade. I happily eat organic non-GMO meat. Actually, I enjoy the flavor of different meats very much, and I think some meats can be healthy. So why people see me as a vegetarian is beyond me.
This is not to say that I'm a strict carnivore, quite the opposite. I eat my three ounces of meat per day, coupled with the Continue reading
Before I get started, I think it’s important that I address a very important topic. And that is the Food and Drug Administration known as the FDA.
Okay, I’ll admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of the FDA, especially since all you hear on the media is about this medication that was approved killing this many people or causing blurred vision. I get it, big money is involved and sometimes drugs pass when they really shouldn’t. This also makes it a problem for the little guy, or gal in my case. Continue reading