by pauleugene on Jan 12th 2015

How to Increase Your Metabolism Metabolism is the speed at which your body breaks down your foods and turn them into energy. The faster you break down energy and use energy, the less likely you are to store calories as fat. In other words, the higher your metabolism, the less fat your body will naturally maintain. How do you boost...

by pauleugene on Jan 10th 2015

6 Ways Coffee is Good! Coffee is the world’s most popular beverage. It is grown in many countries, and comes in endless flavors, strengths, and varieties.  And guess what? That’s perfectly fine. While many would have you to believe, drinking coffee is bad for you, the research shows otherwise. Coffee (in moderation) can...

by pauleugene on Jan 2nd 2015

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by pauleugene on Jan 1st 2015

Start Small Steps Toward Big Weight Loss People often think of weight loss in very big steps. For example, committing to making a huge diet change, or committing to exercise four times a week. While these kinds of huge proclamations can be effective for some, for most people this just doesn’t work in reality. People like to...

by pauleugene on Apr 7th 2014

Step Aerobics Choreography Back in the day when step was the most popular workout at that time, I was given the opportunity to partake in the Gin Miller Step Choreography Contest in 2006.  The step choreography I submitted into the contest is below.   You can...

by pauleugene on Nov 26th 2012

My Journey with Prostate Cancer It is my hope that sharing my story may encourage at least 1 man to get tested for prostate cancer. ...

by pauleugene on Aug 19th 2012

You had your own friends before you met your man. So did he. How about now? Have those friendships stayed intact or are they dwindling? Have these other friendships died out completely? Romantic relationships tend to take center stage, but how much is too much? Heading...

by pauleugene on Aug 19th 2012

Keep reading for why your college-aged kid is testing the limits and why you may need to change your frame of mind. Remember what it felt like to reach your 18th birthday, or the first time you lived or traveled on your own? To a teenager who has grown up with...

by pauleugene on Aug 19th 2012

A school memory box is a safe place to keep your child’s artwork, accomplishments and memories throughout each school year. There are many ways to make a memory box — from an easy organized space to a more involved DIY project, which is perfect for older...

by pauleugene on Aug 19th 2012

It’s an hour before kick-off and 42 degrees F. There’s only one reason you’re standing around in this weather when you don’t even have tickets — you’re a fan. But roughing it in the tailgate lot doesn’t have to be a grudge-match. All you need to make yourself comfy and have fun is a little...