I was just reminded by the sound of the loudest birds on the planet, that it's Monday morning....again. Hey, listen...don't get me wrong - I love every friggin' day. But sometimes - (and especially after a heavy-duty, fun-filled, sun-filled, over -the-top, "what more could happen?", "party-over-here!), weekend- you just aren't ready for Monday mornings.
All I can think about all day long, is how good it's gonna feel to get back in my bed as soon as I get home. I just can't wait to recline horizontally with the remote control in one hand and who knows what in the other. The key is stay focused during the work day, get the heck out of the office as soon as the "bell" rings and make a beeline to your sleep sanctuary before the sun goes down. So, if you've found yourself with the Monday morning hang-under blues, here are my tips for getting through the day:
It's that time of year again when the house if filled with weekend guests... Running all over your house. Leaving water all around the sink. Touching everything that isn't nailed down. Moving the thing from over there to over here. Dropping Big Foot sized crumbs on the floor and in the sofa cushions. Marking the walls with their little grubby hands. But we love for them to visit, right? It seems so much easier in the summertime when everyone spends time outside. During the cozy winter months, when we're in "sociable confinement", you've got to set some boundaries for your guests - just to keep your own sanity and good will.
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Well, warmth is finally here and this mid section mound in between my boobs and thighs (no doublt filled with post-yummy desserts & snacks) just won't deflate. I've been trying with a great deal of sensible effort to lose this extra belly fat before it was picture taking time. I confess....I've been a bit agitated about having to bare arms (and legs, and full body parts). I committed to the resurgence of early mornning power walks and advanced workout classes to jump start these fat cells into shape. Frustratingly (is that even a word?), nothing I've tried has worked. Until 2 days ago.....
I must be living in a cocoon, because I'd never heard of the red wine vinegar boost for weight loss. I'm never a fan of these "lose 100 pounds in one day" type gimmicks. But, I thought I'd give it a try.
So, I'm pleased to report to the world and to others struggling with the same challenges, I've lost 2 pounds in 2 days. The belly fat has been significantly reduced and my appetite has taken a dive. I'm still eating healthy though...oatmeal, fruits, veggies and protein throughout the day - just not as much. All is takes (first thing in the morning) is: 2 tablespoons of red wine vinegar, 1 teaspoon of honey and a little warm water to mix.
My research tells me that red wine vinegar is actually healthy for you, especially if you have diabetic symptoms. It's been known to lower blood pressure, cholesterol levels and even the great Dr. Oz recommends it. It's natural, not harmful and works. I'm hooked.
See you at the beach (I'll be the one with the fierce 2-piece swimsuit on).
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