Fabulous Friday Five . . .

Hello and Happy Friday! I am excited to be back with Friday’s Fabulous Five since I missed last week. Speaking of, have you entered the $1000 Christmas Cash giveaway yet?

Let’s get right into it!

Fabulous Friday Five

Five Must Read Blog Posts

15 Healthy Decisions I’m Making Aboard the Weight Loss Train by Heather – I love that Heather has broken her list into accountability, fitness, and nutrition.

4 Ways Your Attitude is Hindering Your Results by Jill – I am quite certain my attitude gets in the way of my results sometimes and this article from Jill puts it all in perspective. She is spot on on all four points. Definitely saving this article to refer back to.

Five Healthy Habits for beating Energy Vampires by Carla – I love this post by Carla. Most of us do feel more tired in the Fall/Winter. One reason is due to the time change and it getting dark so early. Carla offers 5 healthy habits to help you rev up your energy!

My Favorite Weight Loss Tips by Jennifer – I love these tips. For me the hardest is portion control. I love the idea of ordering the least processed food at a restaurant.

Free Fitness Journal/Fitness Tracker by Angie – Free printables are huge these days as everyone is making their own notebooks/journals. These are free, colorful, and print on 8/5 x 11 sheets of paper. Tracking is a great way to keep track of your progress and to see how far you have come.

Five Fabulous Tweets

Share your favorite blog post from the week, or a weight loss tip, or a new activity you have tried!

Have a healthy day!


8 Responses to “Fabulous Friday Five . . .”

  1. I’m loving this post and I’m headed to enter to win the cash giveaway now! I think that the links you’ve given will provide me some great afternoon reading when things are slow at work 😉 Can’t wait!

  2. So many great posts to check out! I seem to have missed 3 of them this week.
    Have a happy weekend Glenneth!

  3. I love the quotes you used from Twitter. I made sure I was following all five of them! Good stuff to remember.