It must be called that for a reason. Get outside, take a day of rest, and enjoy the sun!!
To kick off my return, I’d like to thank Jen at A Venturing Girl for her nomination of A Healthy Dose for the Creative Blogger Award. I am deeply honored. As part of my acceptance of the award, I am supposed to share five facts about myself with all of you. The rules don’t specify that they have to be interesting facts, but I’ll try to lean in that direction. So….
- I have an amazing family, both immediate and extended, who provide me with unconditional love and support regardless of how wacky my ideas might sound.
- If I had to marry a food, it would be potatoes, hands down.
- My car’s name is Fabio. He’s a flaming red Dodge Charger with killer speakers and a Hemi.
- I have a short attention span, which I consider a blessing because it shields me from boredom.
- I love to dance; at a class, in the kitchen, in the produce section of the grocery store if there’s good music serenading from above.
I will now nominate 10 other bloggers for their creativity and dedication to sharing that creativity with others.
Look for my usual healthy rant, rave, or research results starting tomorrow!
Cheers to your health 🙂
Sometimes you just need one. Am I right? 😉
It is never too late to start choosing nutritious foods, to allow yourself some downtime or a fun hobby, to start moving your body (even if it’s from a chair). It is never too late to start feeling healthier.
Studies show that people who get sufficient vitamin D have an easier time maintaining a healthy weight. And it’s so easy to get some. Stick your arm out the window while you drive, work in the garden for a bit, hang out by the pool, go for a short walk, or just sit, relax and catch some rays. I’ll be there are others…
FYI…Laughing Out Loud reduces your cortisol levels and improves your bone density. TTFN…
Honey bees are responsible for 80% of all pollination, and they ensure we get to enjoy some of our most nutritious foods. But they are just as afraid of us, as we are of them, so don’t swat, give them something to do instead. Long season or year round flowering plants that are native to your region will keep them hard at work and healthy too.
Time to plant some flowers?