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Coby Kyros 7-Inch Android 2.3 4 GB Internet Touchscreen Tablet – MID7012-4G (Black)

Coby Kyros 7-Inch Android 2.3 4 GB Internet Touchscreen Tablet – MID7012-4G (Black)

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New Internet TV Show Provides Quick, Healthy Recipes and Fitness Tips for Busy People on the Go

Busy But Healthy™
Host, Kristine Fretwell

(PRWEB) September 28, 2010

Busy But Healthy™ Inc is proud to announce the launch of, a new internet T.V. and radio show hosted by Kristine Fretwell, which provides healthy tips, tricks and recipes to people that are busy but health conscious. The site will be offering 3 weekly episodes featuring quick and healthy recipes, fitness tips and question and answer, whereby viewers call or email Kristine to ask about health or fitness.

On Mondays, Kristine will start the week off with her “Ask Kristine” segment. In a short, informative, one to two minute segment, Kristine will answer a question in detail that she has received from a reader or viewer.

Kristine will follow that up with her “Recipe” segment on Wednesdays. During these four to eight minute episodes, Kristine will showcase many quick and healthy recipes tailored for busy people. The recipes are all designed to use minimal ingredients, be made in little to no time, and most importantly, taste great!

On Fridays Kristine will be providing her “Fitness Tip” of the week. During these two to three minute episodes, she will be offering her tips throughout a wide range of topics within health and fitness. These tips are designed for people that are looking for any small piece of advice to help them save time and stay motivated.

Busy But Healthy™ Show ( will also feature the personal blog of show host Kristine Fretwell, bi-monthly contests and sponsor giveaways in addition to being a destination centre for busy people that want to stay healthy.

All episodes are professionally filmed in HD quality. In addition to the site, episodes will also be available on Blip, YouTube, Vimeo, iTunes( as a free downloadable podcast), Tivo and promoted through all the social media outlets such as Twitter, Facebook etc. The show is also part of the FMG Network ( which showcases various internet TV shows. The episodes are also formatted to be easily downloaded onto portable handheld devices.

Busy But Healthy™ is the brainchild of show host Kristine Fretwell. Being active has always been a priority for Kristine. Growing up she enjoyed dancing and numerous sports. In her adult years she’s enjoyed kickboxing, weight training, pilates, yoga and group classes. Kristine has always had a passion for healthy eating which was instilled by her mother. From a young age she remembers going to their local health food store on a regular basis. She lost her mother to colon cancer in 2007, but she didn’t let this tarnish her views on healthy living.

After the birth of her daughter in July 2008, she became more serious about being fit. After a lot of hard work, she entered a fitness competition only 7 months after her daughter was born and placed 4th. Two competitions later, Kristine came 1st place, earning her Pro status. With her best tips and recipes, she hopes to inspire other moms to get back into shape amongst a hectic schedule, and help people of all ages keep motivated and lead them on a path to a healthier life mentally and physically. Kristine says,” I love to cook. I love to workout and stay fit. I’m also a busy mother and wife with a full-time career. I’ve learned so much over the years and want to share it with other people that have the same challenges that I do”.

To find the recipe to a healthier life, visit


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Internet Entrepreneurs Can Enjoy Healthy Lifestyles

Internet Entrepreneurs Can Enjoy Healthy Lifestyles


A Daily Routine That Blends Work With Health


by Michael D. Hume, M.S.

I used to travel a lot for work, and spent a lot of nights in hotels in far-away places. The work days were long – twelve to sixteen hours – and the stress was high. In order to maintain some kind of vitality on the road, I had to stick like glue to some daily disciplines I called the NEWSS: nutrition, exercise, water, sleep, and supplements. And it was very difficult.

My daily routine began late the previous night, when I laid out my supplements for the next day. I tried to get to sleep as early as possible, though it was often not possible before about 11 p.m. I was out of bed every morning at 4:30 (so I rarely got the eight hours of sleep I really needed), and into the hotel gym by five. I had a maximum of 45 minutes to work out, then hit the showers, grab as healthy a breakfast as I could, and get to the first morning meeting by seven. I carried water with me at all times, and faithfully counted my intake to ensure I got two liters a day. I took supplements at regular intervals, including a good one for energy late in the day (around the time the “evening shift” began). I had work and social duties every evening, and it was difficult to limit my alcohol intake, but I stuck to red wine and tried to drink a glass of water with each glass of wine. Meal selections were out of my control, and it was rare to be able to limit myself to low-carb, healthy choices – after all, the programs I was running were very special events for the other participants, so meals were celebrations.

I kept careful track of all this in a journal, and rated myself at the end of each week in terms of what percentage of my goal I was able to achieve on each NEWSS category. Sleep was the toughest category with that job – I rarely scored above 70%. Otherwise, difficult as it was, I made sure I was hitting at least 80% on my health goals each week. That, plus the progress I was able to make during periods of the year when I wasn’t traveling for work (including regular chiropractic visits and semi-annual detox cleanses) made it possible to hang in with that job for over a decade of high-level performance.

This year, I started an internet business and have been making a transition to a different routine. Several of my friends and colleagues have asked me how I spend my days now, so I thought I would share a description of my daily routine – at least what it’s like these days. I expect to continue to learn, grow, and improve both my self and my routine, but here’s a current snapshot.

First, a couple of key differences between my new job and my old one: I still travel, but only when and where I want to, and so far this year to places where I own a home. I can take my business anywhere. Also, my working hours do vary a bit, but the longest day on my laptop has never approached the sort of days I routinely turned in before. And I get to see a lot more of my wife!

These days, I roll out of bed around seven or eight a.m., and I’m blessed to say the sun is now my alarm. I dress for exercise, get the day’s supplements together, then do my stretches while listening in on a daily conference call at 8:30 (I belong to a great community of online entrepreneurs whose help has been invaluable). Meanwhile, Friend Wife has been readying herself and commuting to her traditional job, so I usually say a quick wireless hello to her as she’s arriving at her office… then it’s off to my morning workout. I make sure I’ve consumed nothing but water and supplements, since studies show your workout is up to three times more effective if you do it before you’ve started your dietary intake for the day (jump-starts your metabolism).

After my morning workout, I down a great protein shake with my breakfast supplements, then it’s straight into cyberspace. I have my home office set up in a part of the house that’s not real convenient to the kitchen (in all my homes), so it’s easy to avoid the temptation of break-time fridge grazing. Instead, I keep some healthy snacks in a little fridge in the office, and I limit what’s allowed to go into that fridge. I do try to keep some healthy fuel in my tank throughout the day, eating small meals or snacks at least every three hours.

My first “shift” usually goes about four hours, from about 10:30 to about 2:30. I try to avoid making or returning phone calls during that period, just to stay focused. The same goes for email – if I’m working on a project that requires focus, I put off going to my email until that project’s wrapped up. It’s amazing – I always have a nice list of chores I need to accomplish each day, but most days it’s easy to knock them out in four hours, and the time flies by.

To maintain my focus and discipline, I have a set lunch time every day. It happens to be 3 p.m., which coincides with a favorite news program. I typically set an alarm for 2:30, so that I can wrap up my work and grab a healthy lunch to enjoy while I’m watching TV.

I usually run errands and return phone calls, or do whatever household chores I need to do, roughly 4-6 p.m. I have my evenings mostly free these days, and some evenings the wife and I have an activity planned – otherwise, around six, I often go for a second workout. The evening workout is usually lighter than my morning exercise, and I try to make sure I’ve let my lunch settle for at least two hours before working up my heart rate. After a shower, it’s time for my spiritual workout: I grab a cup of decaf or a glass of wine and watch the sunset. That hour-or-so is time I spend just visiting with The Almighty, admiring the miracle of a beautiful western sunset and trying to dismiss all thoughts of work or care. I am picky about humans I share that time with – it’s usually limited to my wife.

Honestly, we tend to eat out many evenings. But the choices are always in my control, so I can always get a healthy dinner (or make a deliberate choice to cheat, which we all do from time to time). If my wife’s out of town, I nibble a light dinner during sunset.

I often jump back on the computer after the sunset, but I’m finding it’s more out of joy for what I do than necessity. If I miss that late shift, I certainly don’t feel guilty. But that’s also time to catch up with friends and family on some favorite social networking sites. If my wife and I are in the same location, I’d rather spend that time with her. Occasionally, I’ll do some more serious work in the evening, such as stretching and improving my business.

Certain things interrupt this routine – for instance, occasionally I need to visit the doctor for a routine check-up or adjustment, and sometimes I just need to go out and play golf with my son. Today, in fact, I’m off in a few minutes to have wisdom teeth removed! But it’s always easy to get back into the routine the next day.

I have to say, I’m loving life these days, and my new routine is part of that. It’s a blessing to be in business for myself. In addition to the freedom to live a truly healthy lifestyle, I love the satisfaction of knowing I’ll reap the rewards for my hard work and talent, I’ll have no one but myself to blame if things go wrong, and no one can lay me off. In fact, no one can limit my potential but me.

This is great for my health… physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.





Michael Hume is a speaker, writer, and consultant specializing in helping people maximize their potential and enjoy inspiring lives. As part of his inspirational leadership mission, he coaches executives and leaders in growing their personal sense of well-being through wealth creation and management, along with personal vitality.

Those with an entrepreneurial spirit who want to make money “one less thing to worry about” can learn more about working with Michael at

Anyone wanting to jump-start their vitality can browse through the best (and most travel-friendly) nutraceuticals on the market at

Michael and his wife, Kathryn, divide their time between homes in California and Colorado. They are very proud of their offspring, who grew up to include a homemaker, a rock star, a service talent, and a television expert. Two grandchildren also warm their hearts! Visit Michael’s web site at

The New Internet Marketing Tools Blogging

The New Internet Marketing Tools Blogging

Here are some reasons why you should use blogging as an Internet marketing tool.
Blogging is a concept that started in late 90s. It used to be a way to comment an existing webpage, a chance for visitors and readers to react or voice out one’s opinion on the said page. What started as a single-sentence commentary has evolved into pages of personal take on just about anything and everything under the sun. As it continues to move forward, online advertising has tapped into the blog’s potential.

1. Blogging is simple. The simplest way to get your piece on the net is through blogging. No skills are necessary… an average adult can read and type, or at least click a mouse. It’s like having a virtual piece of paper and you just write your ideas, experiences, new products, and hope that the truth behind your articles comes out and entice your reader to also try your product. If you have a PC and an Internet connection (who doesn’t?) then you can blog and advertise.

2. Blogging is realistic. In this day and age where advertising inundate our lives, we question the credibility of promoters’ claims. However, in blogs, real people share their real-life experiences, unscathed by paid advertising. Reading blogs about first-hand product use is like talking to people about their first-hand experience. You absolutely want to buy a tried and tested product.

3. Blogging is free. Because blogging is yet to be proven as a mainstream online advertising media, most sites see it as something to augment current marketing tools and thus offer it for free. Any chance for free webtime is definitely a bonus especially to businesses that are starting up. Useless to say, paid blog pages can earn more income for your growing business.

4. Blogging builds reliability. As you get more and more into writing your experiences on a particular product or industry, your readers come to realize that they can depend on your posts for their own information needs. As such, you become an expert on it; as a consequence, more readers visit your site and more bloggers link to your blogs. As companies and professional organizations notice the growth of your readership base, they may soon get in touch with you for advertising on your blog page, or make you an affiliate, which pays for every referral generated from your blog site.

5. Blogging builds your market. Unless you are a Hollywood star, chances are, only your Mom reads your posts. Mom has a lot of friends, so she lets her friends know how interesting your blog site is. Look into the following ways to build your market through blogging:

-By using your e-mail. Today, blogging is overcoming the e-mail’s popularity in quickly and effectively reaching and expanding a market. In this age of speed and quick access, logging in and downloading e-mail is simply taking longer than clicking into a blog site. Let them explore your site by using a short e-mail message as teaser to your blog site. If your e-mail is on an entirely different subject, use your e-mail signature to give a link to the site.

-By using subscription. An easy way to get your readers e-mail is to give them an opportunity to subscribe to your blogsite. Keep some exclusive information for your subscribers to entice readers to subscribe and give their e-mail address. Just be responsible in using their e-mail address, as the last thing you want is a comment on your blog that you are a spammer.

-By understanding your readers. Conduct a simple survey for your readers to understand their profile and advertising preferences. Ask consumers to give you feedback on a post, an ad link, or a trial that you shared. In this way, it is like interviewing your readers without the commitment and intrusion of a face-to-face interview.

-By joining a blog network –A network of blogs maybe a collection of blog sites that share the same industry, interest, readership base, payment mode, etc. Consumers find credibility and handiness in clicking one link to several real bloggers about a single subject. Clearly, more bloggers are better than one.

-By using RSS. RSS is the fastest growing technology on the Internet today. As such, having RSS feeds to your blog is definitely another means of generating awareness for your readership base. Having a variety of feeds can add interest to your blog site.

Give your business a boost by effectively using blogging as an Internet marketing tool.


Why do mothers place pictures of their children on the internet?

Question by Silver: Why do mothers place pictures of their children on the internet?
It never ceases to shock me, how in this day and age of child predators being at an all time high, that I continuously see mothers plastering photos of their children all over their web pages, blogs, dating profiles, etc.

This wouldn’t bother me so much if mothers put their kids’ pictures in private albums, where only someone with a password or personal invitation could view them. But nope… most of the time, moms just slap their kids pictures all over anyplace on the internet. Another odd aspect of this phenomenon is that mom will put up maybe only one or two photos of herself, and twenty photos of her kids! What is up with that? “Mom,” especially if you’re on a dating site, the members are there to see YOU, not your children. Yes, we get that you are a package deal. You don’t have to put up two dozen photos of your child to get that point across to us.

What is wrong with these women? What in the world are they hoping to accomplish by showing the entire world their kid(s)?
I know children are mom’s pride and joy. That’s fine. What is not fine is PUBLICLY trophying the little ones on your personal web pages.

Are any women out here in agreement with me on this entire issue?

Best answer:

Answer by WI MOM
People can be dumb. In so many ways.

Add your own answer in the comments!