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Health Coach Reba
2:12 pm

Cookin' up a Storm!

I also had ordered The Blue Zones Solutions book with an amazon gift card I had from doing Ipsos polls online. The Blue Zones is part of what I'm basing my August "Healthy Community" workshop on. I also got The Headstones CD Love & Fury. Because Hugh Dillon. I love the Headstones, I sadly do not own (until now) any of their CDs. I'm not quite sure how that happened. I love all of them and could listen to them all day. Thank goodness for YouTube! I'm not always all business, I need some music and recreation too yanno! Read More

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Health Coach Reba
2:04 pm

Batch Cooking for Busy Families

I used to skip breakfast every day as well. I used to hit the snooze button at least 6 times before dragging my ass out of bed to the shower and was still draggin' it as I hopped in my car to battle the rush hour traffic. Since I upgraded my diet to whole, natural foods, I haven't hit the snooze button at all! I get up, I get dressed, I walk the dog for 45 minutes to an hour, then come home and cook myself an awesome breakfast. A good, filling and nutritious breakfast is soooooo important to get your day started right, I really can't stress this enough! A good breakfast should keep you going for several hours, you won't have a crash and binge mid-morning. You should be good to go until lunch time, or even beyond. Read More

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Health Coach Reba
3:04 pm

Food Glorious Food!

I haven't updated any new recipes for a while, so I thought I'd get at that today. At the moment I have a lovely Sunday roast in the crock-pot, with some celery, onions, garlic, thyme and rosemary. I just love a Sunday roast! I'll let you know how that goes when it's cooked. Read More

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