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My Big Weight Loss Challenge 

by Jodi Samuels

It’s amusing to see people’s reactions when they see me after a long time? I look different as I have lost a lot of weight.  People ask me all the time how I lost weight.  I eat a lot of protein bars and drink protein shakes.  I significantly reduced my junk food intake - I was a junk foodaholic and yes, a wineaholic as well.

A few years ago I was invited to a book launch for a book called The Secret of Skinny Chicks. I never read the book as I could sum it up in 1 sentence. Skinny chicks eat less and exercise more. I have thought about this book so many times on my 17-month journey.  I simply eat less and a lot less!

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I Love Barbie

by Rose Baum

When I was growing up my mother didn’t buy me Barbie dolls.  She just didn’t think I needed them.  I would play with them at my friends’ houses.  When I had my two girls I also didn’t buy them simply because they weren’t on my radar.  They had plenty of toys and I also felt it was unnecessary. More . . .

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Escarole and Chicken Meatball Soup

by Tamar Genger

The weather starts to get colder and all I want is a nice hot bowl of a soup. The best part is that soups can be a great way to get lots of vegetables and eat low calorie. This soup is a one pot meal, you can put rice in the soup or serve it on the side or leave it out.

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Active Schools are on the MOVE with Michelle Obama!

Childhood Obesity may slowly diminish over the next five years to come, with the help of our First Lady, Michelle Obama! Children are about to become healthier one school at a time with the federally recommended 60minutes of activity daily. Let’s Move has launched More . . .

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Featured Mom: Dahlia Bellows

Dahlia Bellows started her career as a social worker in child welfare, but was encouraged to pursue her passion and become a professional organizer.  She started her business, Your Amazing Space, in 2006 where she specializes in helping expectant mothers stay organized. More . . .

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