For whatever reason, some families around Thanksgiving end up celebrating 3 or 4 holidays at once with it being Memorial day, Easter and Thanksgiving all wrapped up into one. By Thanksgiving afternoon, people will begin to post plates piled high with bbq ribs, fried catfish, spaghetti, lasagna, turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce, macaroni and cheese, potato salad,… Continue reading Healthy Thanksgiving Tidbits: Be Intentional. Plan your Holiday Spread so your Weight doesn’t Spread.
Monday's Motivation: Kindness Knows No Age or Color Sunday morning before church, I went to support my fellow running community as they participated in the MRTC RRS 10k at Shelby Farms. I was at the start line cheering the last runners on when another runner escorted my new little friend back to the start line.… Continue reading Monday’s Motivation: Kindness Knows No Age or Color
When you PASS through the waters, I will be with you; and THROUGH the rivers, they shall not overwhelm you; when you WALK through fire you shall not be burned, and the flame shall not consume you. (Isaiah 43:2) This WALK of life is never easy and can get overwhelming at times. Stay focused, remember… Continue reading Freedom Friday: Trust Him in this Season.
Hello Spring! Where have you been hiding? We're heading into the second quarter and season of the year. It's time to come out of Winter's hibernation of the goals in which we've set for ourselves. You've gotten too comfortable in staying with the norm without springing forward into action. Spring signifies growth, new beginnings, and… Continue reading Monday’s Motivation: We All Have an Itch We Need to Scratch
You hear me talk all of the time asking if your plates are balanced and are you practicing portion control when it comes to healthy eating. What about life's heap of servings? You know the ordeals that tend to pile high and spill over onto other stuff on our plates and within our full lives.… Continue reading Monday’s Motivation: Plates and Saucers