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WEEK 6 CHALLENGE

“As a man thinks within himself, so he is.”  That’s what the Bible says.  And it’s so true!

My hope is that through these challenges, you will change your mind on wellness.  Maybe you will think it’s less daunting than you thought, or maybe you will discover that it’s actually fun to take responsibility for your body.  Or maybe for the first time you will realize that your body is your responsibility.  Whatever it is, I expect good changes.  And I’d love to hear about them! Fire up those comments!

Six weeks into this 10-week challenge.

Breathing (#1), water (#2) and jumping jacks (#3) challenges are done, but feel free to keep these great habits up.  Hopefully, they are now a part of your everyday life–might as well continue!

This week, you still have three challenges:

#4: One of the sugar options (one day a week with no sugar/ every other day with no sugar/ one less sugary soda daily)

#5: Take three minutes every day to do something you really enjoy doing: I hope you have loved this one thus far!

And here is your newest one:

One time this week, cook with a healthy ingredient you haven’t used yet!

Maybe it’s kale, or turnips, or … quinoa!  Discover a new recipe, a new produce, a new taste.  Have fun with it!  And if it turns out great, shoot me the recipe! It might wind up in another edition of the NEWAY cookbook!   (If you don’t have one, you should!)

Here are your instructions:

1. Click on calendar link and print

http://www.printfree.com/Calendar_files/2012calendars/022012_2mos.htm

2. Highlight February 14th through march 5th (3 weeks)

3. Each week  that you accomplish the challenge, check the appropriate square.

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And feel free to add a comment as the challenge unfolds; we can all benefit from each other’s insights and discoveries…

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