A lot of changes have happened here. Still a lot to go! So far, I've gotten nothing but Thumbs Up! from everyone who gave input. I only had one person give me her input about the website background, so she will receive a free Healthy Lifestyle Journal as soon as they are printed. Thank you, LPS! There were a couple of readers who would like me to expand some of the content of blog posts, but never said which ones. If you are reading this, please let me know what topic you want more information for and I will happy to do that for you. Your input is always appreciated!
Here are some of our changes:
More changes will come along the way through the year. For 2016 Healthy Lifestyle groups will begin in January. I have some guest blogs in mind by individuals I know and trust will deliver great material in their specialty areas. Products will begin showing up on the site. Sales will be offered on services off and on.
Please, take the time to visit the Rails to Trails website to make your voice known to Congress. Trails for biking and hiking are very important for safe transportation and exercise. Here is a view of our "wonderful" Michigan roads. The Polly Anne Trail in Imlay City is very short where it is paved. The rest is tall grass and a bunch of trees. I wouldn't recommend long distance or speed bikes go on it. Mountain bikes with bigger tires with better tread could ride them. Mostly hikers and horse back riders use it. Otherwise, the roads are left. Hit one chuck pit and someone could fall in the path of a car! The Rails to Trails program is for the entire U.S. My example is just one of many for cyclists.
If you are nuts about coconut, you may want to read this by the American Council on Exercise:
Image: American Council on Exercise
May God bless you this week!