You have heard the word “superfood,” right? It’s a food that provides the most nutritional value with the least amount of calories. I’m talking about vitamins and minerals, about antioxidants and all the good-for-you stuff that keeps you healthy and strong.
The saying goes that the road to hell is paved with the best intentions, and I promise you, I really did have the best of them. Increasing my fiber should be easy, right? Instead, it just feels like my one small change has become one big fiber pill. And if I see one more of those horse-sized wafers, I think I’ll scream.
Back in November, I resolved to make one small change in my life. Today, I want to share a little bit about how things have been going since then.
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Yes, it is that time of year again–the New Year. I don’t know about you, but I can’t help but think about the opportunity for a fresh start, for a chance to change the things I don’t love. The New Year is my chance to try something new and revamp what needs adjusting.
Yes, I live in South Florida and NOT the South of France, but I do visit Europe yearly, and have spent considerable time in Paris. I even LIVED there for a time (many years ago). The first thing that I always seem to notice is how women of a certain age EMBRACE the way they look. The French don’t spend their money on facelifts and Botox, but rather on great skin care regimes.
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My small people are pretty good eaters. I say pretty good, because I realize they aren’t perfect. They do eat fruit by choice and vegetables when I tell them they must and always have three balanced meals a day, however, some days ‘balanced’ is relative depending on the day.
Red Clover honey is yesterday’s news. Today it’s Manuka Honey – cheerfully made by happy bees from the pink-white blooms of New Zealand’s manuka tree — that is generating a healthy buzz.
I’m a seasoned traveler. I can pack a carry-on bag with enough clothes for two weeks. I’m skilled at picking the shortest security line. And I have enough frequent flier miles to travel around the world.