Fabulous Friday Five . . .
TGIF! Another Friday is here! I actually woke up thinking today was Saturday. Oops.
This week I have been adjusting to the new colder temperatures in our area. Trying to dress warm enough for the office at work and wearing a coat
EVERYWHERE. We are warming back up a little for the weekend.
Plans for the weekend include dinner with hubby and friends, cheering hubby on at a trail race, shopping for running/walking shoes, possibly a concert, and a 31 event on Sunday. It is going to be a busy week.
Let’s dive right into Fabulous Friday Five . . .
Five Must Read Blog Posts
Sports Nutrition: Trending Topics by Kath – Kath brings us a guest post on her blog that discusses post-workout meals, sleep and vitamin D and how they help the body recover. There is also a recipe for lemon and garlic salmon.
Move It Monday: 50s & 10s–A 30 Minute Body Weight Workout by Tina – Tina offers a workout that has you doing 10 reps of one exercise followed by 50 seconds of two different exercises. Work your upper body, lower body, and core in a fast paced 30 minute workout.
Worlds Collide: Healthy Eating on the Road by Beth – Do you travel frequently? Trying to live a healthy lifestyle? Sometimes those two don’t go together. Beth offers some common obstacles people face when trying to eat healthy and travel and offers a bunch of suggestions.
On Being More Present During Your Lunch Break by Rachel – We have all probably done it – eaten lunch while working at our computer. The next thing we know the food is gone and we don’t even remember eating it. Rachel offers tips on ways to be more present during your lunch break.
10 Fitness and Nutrition Gifts to give (and receive) by Tamara – You will see many gift guides over the next few weeks. I even have one in the works. Tamara offers 10 great options that you could buy for anyone to help them be healthier or more active.
And a bonus post, how about joining
The Good Life Holiday Challenge with Jamie. This COMPLETELY FREE challenge takes you from Thanksgiving to New Years. Focus on living a good life instead of tracking your pie intake. Five Fabulous Tweets
Any big plans for the weekend? Share something good with me.
Have a healthy day!