Lucky me, I love to eat and I can burn it off. I try to make healthy diet choices and stay away from the junk food with empty calories. If you're hungry, grab a banana or an apple to fill that gap. And get outside and go for a walk!
Tell somebody you love them just the way they are.
There is nothing remotely real estate about this post, so just move on to the next one if you feel ActiveRain is for real estate topics only. That being said, this is a really neat video that could give you some ideas to use in YOUR own video marketing.
THIS VIDEO is about another situation affecting thousands millions of women who have struggled with body image dissatisfaction at some time in their lives... perhaps you, your mother, daughter, neighbor, or best friend.
Today marks the beginning of Fat Talk Free Week (October 13-17), a nationwide public awareness campaign designed to draw attention to the damaging impact of the "thin ideal" for women.
It also coincides with the official public debut of Reflections: Body Image Program - a revolutionary body image education and eating disorders prevention program co-developed by Carolyn Becker, Ph.D. FAED, of Trinity University, local sororities on her campus, and Delta Delta Delta Sorority's Center for Living, Learning and Leading (under the leadership of my daughter Susan Woda, the Center's Senior Director of Operations).
Seventeen Magazine, National Organization for Women (N.O.W.), the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) and the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) have endorsed this program, and it's probably coming soon to a campus near you. While this program is targeted specifically to college women, I think a "Fat Talk Free Week" is something we all might try.
For more information, check out the Reflections website and, if you didn't already watch THIS VIDEO, check it out now. It's not clinical or lecturing, I promise. 'Just a catchy, creative and thought-provoking flash video that you will enjoy while learning something.