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Tuesday, 22 May 2012
Those who know me really well, know that I have, sometimes, the tendency to be a bit of a perfectionist. I'm searching for the perfect place for everything and tend to make schedules and lists and plans in a great deal of detail. It's gotten more balanced over the last few years and I'm mostly happy with my level of need to have everything as (I think) it should be.
This week, I've had a few
opportunities to try my hand at going with the flow and not being so anal.
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
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If you're having similar denial or uncertainty, check out this handy-dandy page I found. It comes complete with a chart to help you figure if that yucky nose is a result of allergies (which can be more than seasonal) or a cold. Useful for figuring out what you've got to do about it. Hope this is helpful.
Enjoy the warm weather and live well,
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Friday, 4 May 2012
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Low impact exercises don't involve the jump and impact that can be difficult for some people. Although you should check with your doctor before beginning an exercise program, this type of exercise can be particularly useful for pregnant women, people with troubles in the lower extremities, joints or bones, or those who are very overweight. And there are lots of ways to make your low-impact workout high intensity...
1. Move more of your body.