Tag Archives: flexibility

Healthy Aging: Can You Spare 10 Minutes a Day

Incorporating movement and staying active daily is key to remaining independent and fit in later years. As we age, being able to do simple things like hurrying across a street or even just getting dressed and out the door in … Continue reading

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Nutrition: Food Flexibility

When you hit upon a way of eating that seems to be working for you, you tend to want to continue that indefinitely. Come on admit it – we all do this. Maybe you became a vegetarian and then lost … Continue reading

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Healthy Living: Are You Willing to Do Something Different?

While I’ve never been very overweight, there have been several times in my life when I’ve needed to lose a few pounds. After each of my pregnancies and when I was in my early 40’s and began gaining weight even … Continue reading

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All or Nothing?

With weight loss clients, one of the basic principles of my Today’s the Day plan is the 90-10 rule. Even this isn’t set in stone – it can be 90-10 or 80-20.  Often clients feel if they don’t follow the … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Teach to Learn

By Caroline Gavin Image courtesy Michelle Meiklejohn at http://www.freedigitalphotos.net   Purposeful Pathway is a haven for faith-based entrepreneurs. Part of my mission is equipping faith-based businesses with information that is practical, actionable and Scriptural. The theme of this post is … Continue reading

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