LONG walk in Lexington MA | Coffee Shout Out | Crafty Yankee Haul | Weight Loss Journey!

Hello Everyone! Today I’m taking you outside a bit on the Minuteman Bike Path to look for signs of Spring. Then I’m going to grab breakfast in the cute town of Lexington and take you around to see the Battle Green, as well as give a shout-out to some coffee money donors! I’m also going to get myself non-food gifts at the store Crafty Yankee. I hope you like this video, and if so please tell me what you like about it, so I can keep making videos you like watching. ๐Ÿ™‚

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What I Ate for St. Patrick’s Day!

St. Patrick’s Day brings out the Irish in all of us and I am no exception. For this “What I ate in a day” I’m giving my food a green festive theme. Normally I’d love to eat Bangers and Mash, or a nice slab of Corned Beef, but I’m trying to be good and eat healthy. I traded the heavy holiday foods in for lighter, green and gold colors that were still packed full of flavor and didn’t leave me feeling deprived.

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My February Weight Loss Update! My Measurements Are Shocking!

Hello everyone! February is wrapping up, and that means it’s time for me to weigh in. I was really nervous about making this video because I didn’t really get good scale results this month. However, as I weighed myself and took my measurements, it was shocking what I found out! I hope you enjoy this video, I know I really do, and I hope it motivates you to get or stay healthy!

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How Meditation has Changed My Life

What would you do if I told you that sitting between 10-20 minutes with your eyes shut and breathing could make you able to handle problems faster, be worried and stressed less, be less angry, make you smarter, and able to understand what you really want out of life? That’s what this post is all about. As a skeptic, I wasn’t sure how meditation could help me with my problems. It seemed too simple, but now I meditate most days first thing in the morning. I hope to explain what my experience has been and how it’s changed my life for the better.

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It’s National Family Caregiver Month

This is National Family Caregiver Month! I learned very quickly about caregiving as a child. I was the oldest of three children, and I was often responsible for them. I was also homeschooled and often had to help my mother with her home daycare business. I was raised to not really think much of myself (which is not healthy, by the way), but for me, caregiving was just something I was made to do. However, as I got older and my mother became sick, I really learned how special and difficult it is to be a caregiver. In this post, I would like to share some tips and resources I wish someone had given me when I took care of my mother. If you are a caregiver, I hope this helps and gives you the allowance to take care of yourself.

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