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… Continue reading Healthy Thanksgiving Tidbits: 🦃🍂🍽 Be Intentional: Plan your Holiday Spread so your Weight doesn’t Spread.
It's a new dawn. It's a new day. It's a new year. Time to welcome a new and improved you! Fit and Finally Free offers various ala carte healthy services, consultations, motivational speaking, and seminars to help you jumpstart, create and maintain a healthier lifestyle. Join me at The National Civil Rights Museum on Saturday,… Continue reading It’s a New Day. Time for a New and Improved You.
It's been a whirlwind of a week. Week 9 of Marathon training. I truly appreciate all who have shared my post and VOTING DAILY for me to appear on the cover of Women's Running Magazine. I can't do it without your continued support. Every vote counts! Every day counts! Thank you all again. http://womensrunning.competitor.com/cover-runner-contest •Crosstrained… Continue reading Marathon Training Week 9:I Still Need Your Votes!
Women's Running Magazine: Everyone knows running is one of my passions as well as my 50 by 50 goal. At one of my friend's suggestion, I entered the Women’s Running Magazine nationwide contest to be featured on the cover of their 2017 January/February issue. To my surprise, out of 2,000 entrants, I was selected as… Continue reading I Need Your Vote to be on the Cover of Women’s Running Magazine!
Long week...so the marathon training continues. 🏃🏃🏃 •Saturday: 12 mile run with BMR/BGR •Sunday: 4 mile recovery walk through Shelby Farms with BGR •Monday: Speaking engagement at the VA Hospital about suicide awareness and prevention month. Thanks Montoyia for allowing me to share about losing a loved one at your program and Noah for your… Continue reading Long Week…So the Marathon Training Continues