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March: 6 Ways of Letting Go

March is named after Mars, the ultimate Roman warrior of heroic actions. Surrendering and letting go are actions of personal strength and power – not defeat. 1. Observe Compulsive Thoughts Thoughts stalk you in your sleep, at a party, or while hiking with friends. They beat you to the office before you begin the workday.Continue reading “March: 6 Ways of Letting Go”

7 Easy Steps: Mexi-licious Zucchini Boats

Servings: 2Prep: 10 minutesCook: 10 minutesCool: 5 minutes Ingredients: 2 medium-large zucchini (about 10 ounces each) 8 ounces raw extra-lean ground beef 1/4 cup frozen sweet corn kernels 1/2 cup shredded reduced-fat Mexican-blend cheese 1/2 cup chopped tomatoes 1/4 cup chopped scallions 2 teaspoons taco seasoning Preheat oven to broil. Spray a baking sheet withContinue reading “7 Easy Steps: Mexi-licious Zucchini Boats”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 9

Communication seems to be easier than ever. There’s no shortage of options, from texting and email to Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram. But this is the reality: when it comes to digging deeper and getting to the heart and soul of another being, well, we’re pretty out of practice. How often have you sat across from your partner and heard the same old, same old? Or maybe you’re the one asking the superficial and routine questions: How was your day? How do you feel? What do you want for dinner? What should we watch? Just imagine how a relationship can grow by learning something new about the person you’ve known for only a few weeks or for even decades. That’s the power of thought-provoking, open-ended questions. They get us to dig deep, examine our motives, review our personal histories, crack our hearts open, and answer with honesty and—if we’re even luckier—revelation.

Zucchini and Carrot Muffin

Lightly spiced and just slightly sweet, these are a great way to get some vegetables on the table in the morning. You can bake these in donut tins, but they could just as easily be muffins. Ingredients: Makes 24 donuts or muffins Non-stick cooking spray 3 eggs 1 cup canola oil 3/4 cup sugar 1Continue reading “Zucchini and Carrot Muffin”

Home Remedy for Burns and Scalds

There are major distinctions between first-, second- and third-degree burns. Only first-degree burns and scalds should be treated at home. For more serious burns, see a doctor immediately. First-degree burns are characterized by reddened, painful skin but can be treated effectively with natural remedies (assuming you don’t have an open wound). WHEN TO CONSULT AContinue reading “Home Remedy for Burns and Scalds”

5 Minute Intermediate HIIT Workout

Do each set twice. Rest for 30 seconds after each set. Sprint Grasshopper X-Jack Mountain Climber Squat Reverse Lunge Squat Jump Jump Lunge

6 Easy Steps: BBQ Chicken Quesadilla

Prep: 5 minutesCook: 15 minutes Ingredients: One 3-ounce raw boneless skinless chicken breast cutlet 1 tablespoon BBQ sauce 1 large high-fiber flour tortilla 1/4 cup shredded reduced fat Mexican-blend cheese 2 tablespoons chopped red onion 1 tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder 1/8 teaspoon onion powder Bring a skillet sprayed with nonstick sprayContinue reading “6 Easy Steps: BBQ Chicken Quesadilla”

5 Easy Steps: Low Ropebraid

The low ropebraid is simple and sweet and works for daytime and casual occasions. This hairstyle is good for the beginner braider and works best with mid-length to long hair that has few layers. It suits straight hair because you will be able to see the definition in the twists of the braid. It’s greatContinue reading “5 Easy Steps: Low Ropebraid”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 7

Communication seems to be easier than ever. There’s no shortage of options, from texting and email to Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram. But this is the reality: when it comes to digging deeper and getting to the heart and soul of another being, well, we’re pretty out of practice. How often have you sat across from your partner and heard the same old, same old? Or maybe you’re the one asking the superficial and routine questions: How was your day? How do you feel? What do you want for dinner? What should we watch? Just imagine how a relationship can grow by learning something new about the person you’ve known for only a few weeks or for even decades. That’s the power of thought-provoking, open-ended questions. They get us to dig deep, examine our motives, review our personal histories, crack our hearts open, and answer with honesty and—if we’re even luckier—revelation.

Home Remedies for Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure High blood pressure is one of the main risk factors for having a stroke. It requires monitoring and, often, medical treatment. Make sure that you get your blood pressure checked regularly at a pharmacy or by your doctor and seek medical treatment if it consistently measures 140/90 or above. Many plants containContinue reading “Home Remedies for Blood Pressure”

Cauliflower Arroz Con Pollo (Spanish Chicken and Rice)

This low-carb version swaps the rice for veggies, which means larger portions with 85% less calories than rice! Servings: 2Prep: 10 minutesCook: 25 minutes Ingredients: 3 cups riced cauliflower 10 ounces raw boneless skinless chicken breast, cut into bite-sized pieces 3/4 cup chopped onion 3/4 cup chicken broth 1 tablespoon tomato paste 1/2 teaspoon driedContinue reading “Cauliflower Arroz Con Pollo (Spanish Chicken and Rice)”

Connect with you Partner – 7 Conversation Starters – Week 6

Communication seems to be easier than ever. There’s no shortage of options, from texting and email to Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram. But this is the reality: when it comes to digging deeper and getting to the heart and soul of another being, well, we’re pretty out of practice. How often have you sat across from your partner and heard the same old, same old? Or maybe you’re the one asking the superficial and routine questions: How was your day? How do you feel? What do you want for dinner? What should we watch? Just imagine how a relationship can grow by learning something new about the person you’ve known for only a few weeks or for even decades. That’s the power of thought-provoking, open-ended questions. They get us to dig deep, examine our motives, review our personal histories, crack our hearts open, and answer with honesty and—if we’re even luckier—revelation.

60-Second Egg

Balanced sources of protein and healthy fats, eggs are one of nature’s most perfect foods. For a complete breakfast, serve one egg with toast triangles and a bit of fruit. Ingredients Unsalted butter or olive oil for greasing the ramekin 1 egg Pinch salt Freshly ground pepper. To taste. Steps Lightly grease a 4-ounce ramekinContinue reading “60-Second Egg”

6 Easy Steps: Knotted Updo

1. Comb through the hair to remove any snarls and tangles. Take sections of hair from both sides of the head, from the part down to the ears, and bring them towards the back of the head. 2. Create a knot by crossing the right strand over the left. Now that the strands have switchedContinue reading “6 Easy Steps: Knotted Updo”

27 Minute Beginners HIIT Workout

Remember the golden rule during this routine: form first and speed second. If you’re not feeling challenged, increase the rest time to 30 seconds between sets. High Knee Seal Jack Sprint Cross Jacks Squat Reverse Lunge Squat Lift The Mummy Push-Up Bicycle Crunch Plank

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