All or Nothing: How About a Realistic Workout Schedule? by Charlotte Siems Which would work better? Short workouts 4-5 days per week or one long workout every other week? Why would anybody do only one long workout every other week? Easy. They tell themselves that they need to do ... Read More about All or Nothing: How About a Realistic Workout Schedule?
Last Year’s Workouts: Consistency Pays Off by Charlotte Siems Having done workouts in the past, whether that’s last week or last year, is a good thing. You’ve probably built some strength and muscle. Unfortunately, it’s not a permanent effect. In order to maintain and/or move ... Read More about Last Year’s Workouts: Consistency Pays Off
Caramel Apples: Dealing With the Unexpected in Life by Charlotte Siems If there’s such a thing as seasonal foods, caramel apples are one of them. They seem to go best with cool weather and Fall leaves. Homemade, that is. Eating a dark chocolate-covered caramel apple at Rocky ... Read More about Caramel Apples: Dealing With the Unexpected in Life
First let’s agree that food is good. Food is delicious. Food is obviously necessary for survival. I like food as well as anyone. My blog has lots of recipes. Cooking frequently for large groups of people, I have to think about food and plan for food and prepare food. So now that we’ve got ... Read More about Food: Fuel or Friend?
Cleaning Out the Closet: A Weight Loss Journey by Charlotte Siems Have you ever cleaned out a closet and found things you forgot you had? When you drag stuff out into daylight you suddenly catch sight of something you’ve been looking for, or something you bought a long time ago and ... Read More about Cleaning Out the Closet: A Weight Loss Journey
Cooler temperatures and changing leaves herald the arrival of autumn. It’s always been my favorite season of the year. Colorful trees, football season, sweaters and jeans---ahh, Fall is here! On the first day of Fall we make the first batch of homemade hot chocolate mix for the season. The ... Read More about Seasonal Decorating: Fall Traditions
Exercise in the Distraction-Free Zone by Charlotte Siems Loud music. A blaring TV. People in and out, talking and laughing, asking questions. Text messages coming in. Phone calls. We all live with distractions in our active, busy lives. So what’s that got to do with our T-Tapp ... Read More about Exercise in the Distraction-Free Zone