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Sustainable Health

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Posted in Children and parenting, freedom, healing, health, lifestyle, purpose, The Pacific Coast Mom

Balance & Tradition

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Hello Beautiful Beings!

I hope all is well with you and yours! Check out my April blog on Diathrive. Let me know your thoughts.

 

Make this life great!
Timika Chambers
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Posted in Juices, purpose, Smoothies, Spring

What is in your cup?

100 best smoothiesHello everyone! I hope you had a fantastic week. See below resource I am sharing with you. Let’s get away from bottled store-bought drinks and make our own fruit smoothies and juices. There are so many great (and cheap or frugal) resources out there to help you create and sustain a healthy life. Our life is worth the fight.
 
I look forward to sharing some more information and ways to incorporate fruits and vegetables to help promote and sustain liver health in our Healthy Challenges Facebook group.
 
Please share your pictures of meals you eat throughout the week. Research shows that we tend to do better when we hold each other accountable.
 
This book, 100 Best smoothies and Juices, is worth every cent and is listed on my website as one of my recommendations.
 
 
It is time to live your best life. Take care of yourself. There is only one you, and you are worth every penny.
 
To Your Best Health & Life!
 
Timika Chambers
Posted in Exercise, Physical activity

There is always a way to get something done

My 3-year daughter wanted to exercise this past Saturday morning. I usually walk on the treadmill on Saturdays, and walking relaxes me. I had a big presentation at my first church that day. So, I wanted to walk on the treadmill for 60 minutes, and that idea was quickly fading away as I was cleaning our house and getting our children prepared for their day. I can do for everyone else and leave myself last.

Our daughter has taken an interest in exercising. Every time I put a P90 CD in or right before bedtime, she tells me she is ready to exercise. On Saturday, when our daughter said “Mom I want to exercise.” I knew she wanted me to put in one of the P90 CDs. I briefly thought that I did not have enough time until I realized that one of my P90 CD’s ( Tim Horton Fitness), is a Saturday morning exercise that is approximately 25 minutes in length. I had 35 minutes to spare before I would start getting ready for my morning Diabetes Presentation.

I was so thankful for our daughter reminding me of one of my favorite truths. There is always a way to get something done. I enjoyed watching both our daughter and son imitating some of the moves, honoring the body with physical activity, and spending some quality family time before my Diabetes Presentation. Overall, Saturday was a great day!!!

Be creative and use your resources. Our reminders are there to help us stick to our goals.

Make today great!