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SunShiny Sunday (Best Of The Web)

Posted on: December 5, 2010

Hey, all! The sun’s been shining here north of Seattle, giving us some glorious cool winter crispness. Hope you’ve been enjoying the weather where you are! I spent Saturday afternoon with a group of fellow singers from the Acappella Joy Chorus caroling at a local mall. We were well-received (and even had our picture taken with a few tourists)!

Here are a few health and nutrition-related posts that I’ve discovered over the past few weeks, that I’d love to share with you!

Caroline from The Broccoli Hut on Protecting Your Bones — listings include both vegetarian and vegan sources of bone-building and –maintaining foods. Studies show that we women may start losing bone density at age 40, so let’s fight back nutritionally as much as we can!

MizFit reframes an injury as a gift, using it as time to reflect, time to visit with others, time to rest her body. And—a way to discover new hobbies!

Monica at SmarterFitter shows how we can apply Seth Godin’s Purple Cow principles as businesspeople in the fitness industry… and these principles apply in any industry!

RhodeyGirl Sabrina does a fabulous video recipe—Stuffed Chicken Breasts. Quick and flavorful dinner!

Try your best to keep you and your health a priority over the holidays! I’ll see you all next week!

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