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Weight reduction Suggestion: Measuring and counting calories part sizes can rapidly become tiresome, however you do not need an accounting degree to take pleasure in fresh fruit and vegetables. It's usually safe to eat as much as you want, whenever you wa

Just like I said yesterday.... Each day my husband and I are getting stronger & healthier.   When my husband and I started working out about 1 year ago, we couldn't do half of the moves we do now. Holy Moly!!!   Remember: Small daily improvements are the key to staggering long-term results.   Fitness Tip & 4 Simple Rules:  #1 Never go 3 days without exercise #2 Workout atleast 3 days a week #3 Never miss a Monday #4 Never Give Up!!

Just like I said yesterday.... Each day my husband and I are getting stronger & healthier. When my husband and I started working out about 1 year ago, we couldn't do half of the moves we do now. Holy Moly!!! Remember: Small daily improvements are the key to staggering long-term results. Fitness Tip & 4 Simple Rules: #1 Never go 3 days without exercise #2 Workout atleast 3 days a week #3 Never miss a Monday #4 Never Give Up!!

” Small daily improvements are the key to staggering long-term results" Triple session today.  Remember to track your workouts to see your progress, also minimum and maximum weights

” Small daily improvements are the key to staggering long-term results" Triple session today. Remember to track your workouts to see your progress, also minimum and maximum weights

Being the cancer survivor mom of a wildly creative son, I sobbed my head off over this book.

Being the cancer survivor mom of a wildly creative son, I sobbed my head off over this book.

The Great Snow of 1717 left snowdrifts up to 25' and snowfall of 4-5 feet throughout New England in early Feb., effectively shutting down any activity requiring travel, including Church services. It was noted in many a diary or journal. Why in Genealogy? Your ancestors may we have experienced this long winter of monster snows: it adds context, you can imagine & empathize, & understand the effect of snow in a pre-snow blower era.

The Great Snow of 1717 left snowdrifts up to 25' and snowfall of 4-5 feet throughout New England in early Feb., effectively shutting down any activity requiring travel, including Church services. It was noted in many a diary or journal. Why in Genealogy? Your ancestors may we have experienced this long winter of monster snows: it adds context, you can imagine & empathize, & understand the effect of snow in a pre-snow blower era.

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