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fitsbi Master 2014-09-20 14:52:41 Public

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Organic Food Challenge 04. Oct

Eat organic for a month and take pictures of your delicious organic food. Each participant who eats organic for the whole month wins!
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fitsbi Contributor 2014-11-24 09:30:16 Public

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Filet Mignon with Madeira-Prune Sauce

Filet Mignon with Madeira-Prune Sauce
Prunes and Madeira meld in this sweet and savory sauce that's a snap to make—and it's so tasty you may be tempted to lick your plate. If you're in the mood to splurge, filet mignon is incomparably tender in this recipe. But don't worry—our tasters loved it with sirloin just as well.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/eatingwell_make_it_tonight/~3/LJgnz05hE6w/filet_mignon_with_madeira_prune_sauce.html
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fitsbi Master 2014-09-15 19:41:42 (Updated 2014-10-26 23:42:06) Public

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Event: Aerobic Training
December 29, 2014 (12:00 AM - 1:41 PM)

200 N College st, Charlotte, NC 23202 USA
Participants: 2 attending · 0 maybe · 0 declined

Aerobic training strengthens your cardiovascular system by increasing your heart rate and breathing. These exercises use large muscle groups to perform rhythmic actions for a sustained period of time. Typically, they are performed for longer than 15 minutes and should maintain your heart rate at between 60 percent to 80 percent of your maximum heart rate. Examples of aerobic exercise include fast walking, jogging, running, stair steppers, elliptical and swimming.

Event Admission: $5

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fitsbi Contributor 2014-11-24 17:15:02 Public

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fitsbi Contributor 2014-11-24 16:30:11 Public

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Captured? You Might Have Fallen Victim to FOMM!

It's no longer about FOMO (fear of missing out); now everyone is succumbing to FOMM (fear of missing a memory)! -- Susan Pearse and Martina Sheehan, Authors

There are many special memories that come with being a parent: the first time your baby walks, talks, laughs, goes to school. In fact every "first" is something you want to capture and bottle forever. But a few years ago I learnt a valuable lesson about capturing memories.

I remember it like it was yesterday. I rushed into my daughter's first kindergarten recital with a similar thrill of excitement as I experienced at my first Robbie William's concert decades before! The performance began, and within a few minutes I reached for my mobile phone and began filming. I don't know why I did it. Perhaps I was following the lead of other parents. Or maybe I had the FOMM (fear of missing a memory), thinking that if I didn't have it recorded, something might be lost.

But as I videoed my daughter, I knew I was viewing a B-grade version of what was really happening. The experience had less color and less life. It was a pale reflection of what was really taking place on the stage. But before I came to my senses and simply put the phone down, the moment happened. My little girl looked up at me, like they do for that reassuring nod of approval. And all she saw was the back of my mobile phone. I put the phone down and vowed to think twice before I did that again.

And I'm so glad I did. For the rest of the night I laughed, I shed tears, we smiled together, and I experienced everything that comes with being fully in that moment. And I saw the gift of my attention in her performance. She beamed with confidence, and those off-key notes became even louder and prouder!

It was the right decision for me and my daughter that day. And don't get me wrong. I still take photos and videos of my kids. There's a time and a place for that. But I worry that the mobile device is too often creating a barrier to the flow of attention. Whether you're a child on your first stage, or a seasoned rock star, it must be a little disheartening to perform to a sea of back-lit smartphones rather than the eager faces of an audience. And FOMM is a trap. Studies verify that you are less likely to lay down a memory of an event when you view it through a lens. Memories are best laid down when you truly experience an event with your own senses.

But most importantly, that day at the kindergarten concert reminded me of one of the most important principles in parenting. Kids need your attention. They crave it, right here and now, in the present moment. Your child will look up at you 30 times times in a half hour sporting match searching for your expression of pride, your smile, your acknowledgement. They thrive under the warm glow of your attention. They also know full well when it's being withheld.

It's school concert time again, so consider this question if you're tempted to pull out your mobile device: Is this the right moment to block the flow of attention? By all means grab a bit of footage, because kids love to see themselves on screen. But remember, the most important moments are those when your attention joins you warmly and gently together in this magical experience of their growing life.

This post was originally published at Mind Gardener.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/susan-pearse/captured-you-might-have-f_b_6208616.html?utm_hp_ref=healthy-living&ir=Healthy+Living
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fitsbi Contributor 2014-11-20 20:30:08 Public

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Clutch Nutrition For High-Intensity Training

Sprints, jumps, and agility work can work wonders for body composition. But to get maximum results from your high-intensity efforts, back them up with smart nutrition and supplementation. Here's how!
http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/clutch-nutrition-for-high-intensity-training.html
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fitsbi Contributor 2014-11-24 17:00:02 Public

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I cannot stand it when people try to speak with authority on my body, my well being, MY NUTRITION. Don't let anyone (except maybe your healthcare practitioners) tell you what is ok or not ok. Eat according to what you FEEL is right... Intuitive eating is hard but an essential thing to learn. BE THE BOSS OF YOUR OWN BODY... that means you have to stay accountable and on top of your game

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fitsbi Contributor 2014-11-24 15:30:09 Public

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10 Myths You Shouldn't Believe About Hair Loss in Women

Not everything you read about hair loss is true. Before you panic about a few lost strands, know the real facts.
http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20872506,00.html
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