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It's a new year, and gyms are packed with people who have vowed to get healthier in 2014. But it's tough to keep that resolution if you don't have support. That's where we come in! Let's get together and chat about how to stay healthy- and frugal- in the new year!
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... You see, I had done many diets in the past; shakes, skipping meals, grapefruit, low carb, meal replacement, I even lost a significant amount of weight once by exercising alone. But, none of them worked and I found myself over 100 lbs overweight when this all happened. So, the goal had to be what worked for me, and what I could feel comfortable doing for the rest of my life. I was able to lose the weight without exercise, in fact, I was in bed recovering from the surgery, unable to walk for most of the weight loss.
I often tell new mothers, "You'll get tons of advice from everyone. Take what you like and throw out the rest." I think that is solid advice, and I used it for my weight loss. In the end I lost over 100 lbs and have kept ...
Freebies, you have to love 'em! Get ready, there is a pretty good
list for this week. There's one that's not 100% free but still a
good deal for teachers. There's another Teacher Appreciation Days this month, this one
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... January is the busiest month for gyms in terms of getting new members. Why? Because everyone is trying to burn off the extra holiday weight, as well as making good on their resolutions. But, let's be honest. How many of you actually end up going to the gym on a regular basis after the first two weeks? Gym memberships come with initiation and monthly fees which could cost you a pretty penny. Save yourself the $30 a month and go for a run, take a hike or jump rope. These are all free activities that you can do without the gym. It's also great for enjoying some fresh air.
Not only is it horrible for your health, it's also very expensive. A the cost of a pack of cigarettes runs anywhere from $4 to $12 depending on where you live. New York is the most expensive ...