Simple Living How to Live a Better Life With Less (Declutter and simplify)

This is a guide to simplifying your life and concentrating on the things that are really important. Here’s what it covers:

Figure out what is important to you
-Making a list of all of these things
-How to brainstorm if you get stuck

What things are you doing in your life right now?
-Work, home, family, friends, fun, health, spiritual
-How does this match up with what’s important to you
-How can you make changes in your life so that every day is filled with the things that are important to you?

Relationships
-How to spend quality time with family and friends and have less virtual interaction and more real interaction
-How to wean yourself from Facebook, Twitter, etc.
-Less texting
-How to make more time to see people face to face
-How to get involved with the community and giving back

Media fast
-How to go a week with no tv, radio, blogs, newspapers, magazines
-How to use the time you would have been consuming media productively

Your home
-How to decide what things are necessary
-What to do with sentimental attachments
-How to get rid of everything else
-A guide on room by room tips for eliminating clutter
-How to go paperless and digitally capture documents
-How to organize your digital files
-How to not accumulate more things
-How to be energy efficient
-Green cleaners

-How to simplify your decor and wardrobe

Your car
-Downsizing your car
-Getting rid of your car altogether
-Car sharing services
-Walking/biking
-Public transportation

Work
-Transitioning to work that you find meaningful
-Learning how to say no
-Why multitasking is bad

Finances
-How to avoid getting into debt
-How to be frugal
-How to get out of debt

Food
-Less processed and more natural foods
-Plan your meals a week at a time
-Make simple, healthy meals
-Try growing some of your own food

Creativity
-Learning how to express your creative side

Mindfulness
-Becoming aware of the present moment
-Meditation

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So You Want To Eat Right…Now What? Step-by-Step Instructions & Essential Info That Truly Simplify How to Eat Right for Better Health & Wellness, Including … Snacks (The Now What? Fitness Series)

In this fourth book of The Now What? Fitness Series, certified personal fitness trainer Linda Burke delves into nutrition for total fitness.

“The Media often leaves you confused, ill-informed, or even worse: completely scammed or lied to with offers of quick fixes, magic potions, or crazy contraptions promising unrealistic results,” cautions Burke. “With obesity rates higher than they’ve ever been, and aging baby-boomers growing more concerned than ever with their health, it’s high time someone shed some light on this very convoluted subject.”

Defining a sensible nutrition plan and explaining why it is so important in a concise and simplified manner makes for a book that helps the reader truly comprehend the significance of proper nutrition. Burke goes on to explain the proper percentage of macronutrients (proteins, carbs, and fats), daily caloric needs, portion control, how to read food labels, including sample meal plans and great healthy snack ideas. Perhaps the best part of the book is how she blows the lid off the secrets many unscrupulous manufacturers use to dupe unassuming consumers with sneakily written food labels.

This book breaks eating sensibly down into comprehensible concepts including priceless and practical tips, giving anybody who truly wants to change their health and their lives in profound ways the tools and knowledge to do so.

SO YOU WANT TO EAT RIGHT…NOW WHAT? gives you essential information and step-by-step guidance so that you can structure the nutrition component of your fitness plan in a way that will deliver permanent results for a healthier, happier life no matter what your age or fitness level.
In this fourth book of The Now What? Fitness Series, certified personal fitness trainer Linda Burke delves into nutrition for total fitness.

“The Media often leaves you confused, ill-informed, or even worse: completely scammed or lied to with offers of quick fixes, magic potions, or crazy contraptions promising unrealistic results,” cautions Burke. “With obesity rates higher than they’ve ever been, and aging baby-boomers growing more concerned than ever with their health, it’s high time someone shed some light on this very convoluted subject.”

Defining a sensible nutrition plan and explaining why it is so important in a concise and simplified manner makes for a book that helps the reader truly comprehend the significance of proper nutrition. Burke goes on to explain the proper percentage of macronutrients (proteins, carbs, and fats), daily caloric needs, portion control, how to read food labels, including sample meal plans and great healthy snack ideas. Perhaps the best part of the book is how she blows the lid off the secrets many unscrupulous manufacturers use to dupe unassuming consumers with sneakily written food labels.

This book breaks eating sensibly down into comprehensible concepts including priceless and practical tips, giving anybody who truly wants to change their health and their lives in profound ways the tools and knowledge to do so.

SO YOU WANT TO EAT RIGHT…NOW WHAT? gives you essential information and step-by-step guidance so that you can structure the nutrition component of your fitness plan in a way that will deliver permanent results for a healthier, happier life no matter what your age or fitness level.

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New labeling to simplify healthy eating choices. (Health).: An article from: Wind Speaker

New labeling to simplify healthy eating choices. (Health).: An article from: Wind Speaker

This digital document is an article from Wind Speaker, published by Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta (AMMSA) on February 1, 2003. The length of the article is 806 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Citation Details
Title: New labeling to simplify healthy eating choices. (Health).
Author: Cheryl Petten
Publication: Wind Speaker (Newsletter)
Date: February 1, 2003
Publisher: Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta (AMMSA)
Volume: 20 Issue: 10 Page: 28(1)

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