Today’s Adventurcise offers you an easy way to take an important first step to get the slimmer, happier, lovely body you want. The best part is that you’ll be able to benefit ALL week, month, year long.
Do you doubt your ability to kick sugar and ditch processed carbs?
Are you tired of failing diet after diet?
Today, I invite you to see it, feel it, enjoy it.
By “it,” I mean your new joyous, freedom-filled life, where you have outgrown your addiction to sugar or carbs.
Back in 1998, when I kicked sweets and processed carbohydrates on doctor’s orders, I discovered that conquering my sugar and carb addiction began in my mind.
This coming week, if Tony Robbins selects me at his Tony Robbins Unleash the Power Within event, I will finally triumph over my absolute biggest fear in front of the 15,000 people in attendance.
Yes, I’m one of millions with a deep fear of public speaking.
It’s not that I’d rather be in a coffin than speak, as some research suggests, and as Jerry Seinfeld joked, but it’s time to quit hiding away from stages no matter how big my fear.
Enough of playing small!
Note from Connie: Today it’s my pleasure to share another yummy recipe from my friend Angelika Ilina, who has created a healthy, low-carb, no-sugar version of a meal you can prepare for your honey and you.
As you’ll notice, this recipe features oysters, which are often considered an aphrodisiac.
In addition, Angelika’s recipe contains Shirataki or Miracle noodles, which allow you to still have pasta and be low-carb, as I shared here five years ago.
Are you one of some 2 billion cell phone users, who talk, touch or swipe your cell phone 2,617 times a day? (Yes that often, according to research.)
You’re probably addicted whether you know it or not.
Smartphones hook people using the same neural pathways as gambling and drugs, as The Guardian explains, citing Chris Marcellino, who helped develop the iPhone’s push notifications at Apple.
I’m so eager to serve you this year, but, alas, I’m still home recovering from pneumonia, as I shared here when I shared my friend Angelika’s Chicken Bone Broth recipe. Although I’m a lot better, I still get weak quickly and easily. And I still don’t have any stamina to work out. Please note that […]
Note from Connie: Since it’s winter, often cold in most parts of the world, and I’m home sick with pneumonia, my friend Angelika Ilina — founder of the Love On the Table blog for health-conscious foodies — was kind enough to share her tasty, easy, low-carb version of her Grandma’s Chicken Broth Recipe. As you’ll note, this recipe contains no gluten-filled noodles.
Please note that I need to take some time off for a while, because after six long years, I’m finally moving into my own place. How nice it feels not to feel more settled. As I’ve shared previously, in late 2012, when my Mom became terminally ill, I moved across country to be with her. […]
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If you’re a sugar addict or carbaholic, isolation is one of the biggest challenges you face. Just think about it: Don’t you hide out from your friends, loved ones and colleagues just so you can sneakily shove carbage (carb garbage) into your mouth, especially late at night? Then do you privately beat up on yourself […]