Are YOU ready to Lose Weight, Get Healthy & Achieve those Secret Goals You Desire ???
For a limited time I will be giving a way 3 eBooks free as a bonus to the next 17 subscribers to my newsletter ...
These eBooks are over $147 value and are only for my subscribers… You will also get two more eBooks as a thankyou bonus if you remain a subscriber for a month. These eBooks are geared towards helping you lose weight, achieve your goals, and teach you what it really takes to get in shape and be healthy.. forever!!! Plus the newsletter is Free (usually $49 for the year)
Having been tormented in the past due to being "chubby" as my mom would say, I know what you are feeling…. I understand what it takes to achieve the body you want. Trust me, I have tried all the gimmicks, More importantly I know where you want to be, unless you have lived with a "chubby" figure no one else can identify with you.
The information you will receive on a regular basis will cover the following topics and some others not mentioned. The wide ranging newsletters will cover;
Reviews on health products and diets
News on what "gimmicks" to avoid
Staying motivated in and outside of the gym
How to set weight loss goals
Good carbs and fats vs the baddies
The three free bonuses you will recieve with no strings attached:
10 Proven Weight Loss Tips
21st Centry Ab training (How to get a six pack)
36 Potent Foods to Lose Weight and Live Healthy.
! Remember these free bonuses will only go out to the next 17 subscribers so act quickly...
Sign up right below by providing your Name and valid Email.
Claim your free ebook
Welcome to my rapid weight loss blog. If you are searching for ways to lose rapid weight then I have found the best way to lose rapid weight is to get onto a program that will fit in well with your lifestyle. It might not always seem to be the fastest way to lose rapid weightbut often it is the easy ways to lose rapid weightare the most effective in the long term.
Sign up for my free newsletter and get regular updates on how to achieve the body you want. I will be discussing topics such as rapid weight loss plans, rapid weight loss diet, exercise plans and much more. I am doing ongoing rapid weight loss and rapid weight maintenance reviews on the on the latest healthy fast rapid weight loss programs, nutrition, and exercises.
Whatever your goals may be, I will help you find the best diet and exercise plan that fits your lifestyle. I look forward to helping you lose rapid weightfast on your adventure to transform your body and mind with a well thought out exercise plan and diet.
Sign up for the free no obligation news letter now
Tuesday, 14 December 2010
Greg Wyshynski, otherwise known as Puck Daddy, questioned whether the jerseys the Blades wore last weekend - a lime-green, red and blue concoction with palm trees, Christmas decorations and the words 'Happy Holidays' - were the worst a hockey team donned in 2010. His description suggested he believed they were.
"Please do not adjust the contrast on your screen: The ECHL's Florida Everblades wore these adventures in color ... losing the game and their dignity."
The Florida Everblades' specialty holiday uniforms didn't put a popular Yahoo! Sports hockey blog in the Christmas spirit.
Blades public relations director Kevin Reiter said the club was led to believe the uniforms would be darker green. The team auctioned off the jerseys following Saturday's game, raising more than $12,000 for the Deb Kelsey Foundation, which helps underprivileged children play hockey.
While the jerseys made money for a good cause, there certainly were mixed reviews.
"We talked to a lot of people and most of the fans thought they were horrendous," long-time Blades fan Butch Goble said. "But my wife Michelle thought they were cute."
Goble's response when his wife got one in the auction? "Your money, dear. Not from my money, your money."
Everblades coach Greg Poss, who read Wyshynski's blog, admitted his players weren't that excited about wearing the jerseys.
"Well, they're definitely original," he said. "I wasn't quite sure what to make of them. It's definitely something I haven't seen before."
"Funky is a good word," added Everblades forward Drew Larman. "We were kind of joking when we saw them. It was, 'What, are you serious?'"
See the jerseys here - bilde
There are many choices when it comes to rewarding your dog with a treat for obeying your commands, and these treats make a big difference in your dog's attitude towards you in learning new tricks, and why wouldn't they? To get anything in life you have to give something back and dogs are no different, you help them and they'll help you. Simple.
But what are the best rewards and treats to give your dog in times of good behavior? Well for starters you won't be short of treats to try, the markets as it is now is full to the brim of all the fancy rewards and treats you could ever think of.
One of the favourite for dog owners is to treat their dog to homemade treats from recipes that can be found across the internet in many places, some of my favourites and personal recommendations are listed in the products page of www.dog-behavior-training.co.uk along with other tips on dog training there.
Consumer products are also a good choice when rewarding your dog; these include chewing toys which can be very rewarding for puppies and dogs alike. Saving one of their favourite toys for when they behave well makes everything more exciting for your dog and causes them to want to perform more for this reward.
If a chew toy is not to your dogs liking then they may instead enjoy a tug toy, tug toys are good for your dog's teeth the same as chew toys are and it enhances the relationship between you and your dog as you play with them. Be careful while using these toys as some dogs may think of this game as good behaviour and will start tugging on trousers or other annoying or destructive things.
The last toys I am going to talk about are the throwing toys; these are good to calm your dog down when they are over active or if you just want to reward your dog with quality playing time for their good behavior. These toys range from a simple tennis ball to special durable dog Frisbees and help you to react with your dog wile also training playing the 'fetch' game.
There are lots more dog toys available, probably at your local pet shop. It is a good idea to keep in mind what textures and current toys your dog likes to play with or chew before making your choice but as long as your dog enjoys it, it can be used as a good reward and training method.
Friday, 10 December 2010
I guess we are used to living in times of abundance because, when I was a kid,a Christmas tree was a real live fir tree, grown in some nursery or forest specifically so it could be sawn or chopped down in time to be sold for a Yuletide decoration. I would go out with my dad to buy a tree and bring it home, and then we'd bring it home triumphantly on top of the car and install it in a corner of the living room. There, my parents and I would get out the boxes of Christmas decorations and lights, stored from the year before, and we would spend an hour or so festooning the tree with all the fancy bits and bobs that turn it into a Christmas tree.
There were the strands of colored lights that were draped all over the tree. When I was very small each of these lights was a screw-in type that could be replaced if a bulb went dead. Grandpa told me that in his day, they still used little candles in clip-on holders to decorate the tree. But they were much too dangerous and could easily set fire to the tree and burn the whole house down. Modern Christmas tree lightsare so much more civilized, they are made from tiny colored LED lights or even colored strands of fiber-optics. Much easier to set up and take down, and infinitely safer for the family home!
The other kinds of Christmas decorations would be the fragile colored balls, made of very thin glass. These were clipped with springy wire to the tips of the branches of the little fir tree.
The final touch was to place a star or an angel on the very top of the tree, and thus turn it into a real Christmas tree… a Christmas tree just waiting for all the family's gift-wrapped presents to be placed on the floor underneath the tree.
That's the kind of Christmas tree I remember from when I was a kid, and the ind of Christmas tree that I and my wife would assemble each Christmas when our own children, who were boy and girl twins, were little and still believed in Santa Claus. There was one change though, my wife and I used an artificial Christmas tree that was stored away at the top of a cupboard until it was that time of year again.
So when you go out looking for just the right Christmas tree to bring back to your home, you will find a wide variety of tree types to choose from.
You can still opt for a real live Christmas tree, but they drop pine needles all over the floor. I would urge you to go with a modest-sized artificial Christmas tree of some kind. These range in size from trees a couple of feet tall to trees that are high enough to reach your ceiling. Take your pick, choose whatever color you want too, because the tree doesn't have to be green any more. It can be red or white. It can have built-in LED lights or fiber optics.
© www.oh-yay.com David Harvey
If you were hoping for a white Christmas in Brevard County, the chances weren't good -- until now.
Spencer Services, a pest control company, will spray artificial snow on your lawn this year, giving the impression of frostiness.
"You can walk on it. It doesn't come off on your shoes or anything," manager Roy Powell of Spencer Services said. "It doesn't wash off. It grows out and it will last from two to four cuttings. As the grass grows, you cut it and it slowly disappears."
The artificial snow actually is biodegradable acrylic latex turf paint, which also is used to mark lines on athletic fields. The liquid is applied with the company's pest control sprayer, which has been cleaned.
"There's no residue of any (pest control) chemicals," said Spencer salesman Chuck Hoot, who has marketed the product by delivering fliers to homes with elaborate Christmas decorations.
"There's a lot of neighborhoods where people really get involved with Christmas and see who could outdo who," Hoot said. "Most people want to know whether it will it grow out or whether it will hurt the grass."
Americans spent an estimated $16 billion on Christmas decorations in 2006, according to Unity Marketing. And while the figure likely will be down this year, the estimate is still in the billions.
And Brevard residents are lining up to spend $150 to $200 to have their lawns given an artificial frosting. The company charges $100 per 1,000 square feet, which is slightly larger than 30 feet by 30 feet.
- ► 2011 (21)
- Real or Artificial? The Debate over Christmas Tree...
- Everblades Christmas Decoration Jerseys
- DOG TREAT JAR CHRISTMAS PRESENT
- Gourmet Dog Treats as a reward?
- Should I buy an artificial Christmas tree or a rea...
- Kick Off the Holiday Season With Your Pets
- Stop dreaming of a white Christmas
- Making The Xmas Dolar go further
- ▼ December (8)
- Weigh -Loss
- Greetings from the Staff at TheGoldenFuture.com! Our webmaster, site designer, writer, proof reader, editor, publisher, article selector, graphics and animation artist, site reviewer, 'feature sites' judge and jury, marketing specialist, traffic analyst; chief cook, bottle washer, tape-measure cleaner and scale duster offer all welcome you to our little corner of the World Wide Web. Ummm...OK, I confess.. I, Nick aka "Tank", am 'us'...and did I mention 'site update facilitator'? Contact Name: Nick Johnson Address: Tongdean Lane Brighton East Sussex United Kingdom BN1 5JE URL: http://thegoldenfuture.com E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org