Wine and cheese, with a few crispy French fries 😉
Wine, cheese, and fresh bread, with a few crispy French fries and cookie dough for dessert — yum; if health were not a priority, I’d be eating them with greater frequency.
I want to be real with you. I love those foods! I also know I would not feel good if Sauvignon Blanc and aged Gouda were regulars on my menu.
It’s not only tempting, it’s tough to keep healthy eating a priority.
Maybe that’s why my heart’s desire is to make health and happiness easier. If there is something, anything, that makes it easier, I’m all over it. How about you?
As we transition seasons (and before #HallothanksmasEve begins), I’ve put together 40 snippets, tips, and inspirational thoughts on eating behaviors and nutrition to share on a daily basis in The Walking Book Club Discussion Group.
These healthy-body happy-mind tips are some of my favorites I use with clients as an NBC-HWC professional.
Let’s dish (no pun intended) and open the dialogue. Yesterday’s tip was about creating awareness by reading labels. Today’s tip encourages you to take some time to prepare healthy options/meals.
September in The Walking Book Club:
We’re featuring bestselling author Lisa Wingate for the month of September.
The Book of Lost Friends and Before We Were Yours are excellent historical fiction novels. Make note of any questions you may have for Lisa and join us for our Heart and Soul Book Chat on September 17th at 6:00 PM Central/7:00 EDT, when you’ll have the opportunity to ask her directly! The event will benefit Feeding America. We ask that you make a small donation to participate.
Together, we can make a difference.
Since we have new members joining us daily, here are a few resources that may be helpful. You’re also invited to check out a few more on The Walking Book Club Resource page.
The Walking Book Club Update
Next Heart and Soul Book Chat
February 7th, 5:00 pm EST Heart and Soul Book Chat with Sadeqa Johnson, author of The Yellow Wife to benefit the Sacred Burial Ground Project .