Monthly Archives: January 2008

Week Five Articles 1

This week’s theme is time management and fitting workouts into your busy schedules. Obviously, since it is already mid-afternoon and I am just posting the articles, I need to work on my own scheduling. This week’s articles are: Fitting Workouts into Your Busy Schedule Stick With Your Workout Plans The […]

Nutrition 911 1

In order to give you more resources to eat right and to fuel your body properly, I wanted to let you know about a six-part series on my site entitled “Nutrition 911”. Although I would like you to read all six, I will list them so that you can choose […]

Kids – Get Fit With Grace

Hi! My name is Grace Abigail Dafter and I am 3 years old. My Dad has an Internet business and now I do, too! You can see me in my office, playing with my toys and my best friend Angel. I also work out like my Dad does and you, […]

7 Great Books On Nutrition 1

I wanted to end the week with some good ideas for books on nutrition.  If you’re like me, I get an email from Borders each week with a coupon for a discount on one thing or another.  You can probably also finds these books in the library.  As the article […]

10 Foods You Should Eat

One James A. Garfield (no, not the President who was assassinated since he died in 1881, but I don’t know which one) said, “Man cannot live by bread alone, he needs peanut butter”. Knowing what I do about peanut butter, it probably couldn’t have been eaten by President Garfield (unless […]

Cost Effective Organic Eating 1

You know those bumper stickers that say, “My money and my kid go to __________”. Well my money and my money goes to Whole Foods and I spend roughly 25% of my income there to feed a family of five. No, not because Whole Foods is affectionately known as “Whole […]

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Teaching a child the importance of good nutrition is giving them a good start in life.  My three year old does not eat well and when she doesn’t eat and doesn’t drink, she isn’t merry.  Instead, she is lethargic and moody.  Perhaps when we as adults have those same feelings, […]

Week Four Articles

In remembrance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day, there was no class today. An extraordinarily gifted man, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. became at 35, the youngest person to have won the Nobel Peace Prize. He was awarded five honorary degrees, was named Man of the Year by […]