Did you over do it yesterday, SUPER BOWL SUNDAY? Stay calm and try my Morselicious Sweet Potato Chips if you’re still having a crunchy craving.
Are you READY for a Lean, Green, Protein MORSELICIOUS DETOX Smoothie
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Now that the sugary filled treats are polished off, the holiday decorations are put away, let’s keep some holiday cheer throughout the year. 🙂
Hope you had a wonderful holiday season!
Try my Lean, Green Protein Smoothie (video above) and let me know how you like. Better yet, please subscribe to my You Tube Channel and tell your friends. I welcome your suggestions and ideas for MO’ videos!
This is my Morseliciously tasty, nutrition packed “go-to” meal to start my mornings and who doesn’t want to start their New Year with real food while detoxing?
Contact me today for your FREE tele-health coaching session to get started on your path to a LEAN, GREEN, CLEAN machine lifestyle.
Reminder for my Morselicious Monthly Recipe Club members and for those wanting to sign up. Another great way to start your New Year on a healthy path.
Thank you to ALL of my amazing MORSELITE’s for a MORSELICIOUSly fantastic 2013! One of my biggest highlights – we finally got to Machu Picchu, Peru and it exceeded all of my expectations! (It also kicked my Morselicious buns!) 🙂
Please share some of your highlights by commenting below.
Wishing all of you MORSELITE’s a prosperously healthy 2014!
Morselicious hugs from Peru! xoxo!
Tomorrow is your last day to place holiday MORSELICIOUS orders!
Please subscribe to my YOUTUBE channel and get your 2 remaining coupon codes.
This sweet video of my dad, Mac is from Thanksgiving Day and exemplifies the meaning of gratitude and makes my #MORSELICIOUS mission totally worth it! 🙂
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And, for some tasty holiday MORSELICIOUSness, here’s my favorite Minty Mojo recipe!
My wish for all of you MORSELITE’s, is that you enjoy this amazing time of year and take good care of yourself and loved ones by spending some quality time with each other.
Here are a few ideas:
- A nice walk or hike
- Sip a cuppa Minty Mojo around the fireplace
- Share a good belly laugh
- Sing Christmas Carols, even better go sing at a nursing home. It’s amazing how therapeutic it is for the residents and YOU!
- Cook and share a MORSLEICIOUS meal
- Donate and/or volunteer at a food bank
- Do something good for someone else and be good to yourself!
I’d love to hear some of your favorite ways to enjoy the holidays and thank you again for your MORSELICIOUS support!
Who’s excited about the holidays, Cyber MoRSELICIOUS Monday & Day 4 of MORSELICIOUS Savings?
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There are ONLY 7 mo’ days to place your HOLIDAY ORDER! I can’t believe how quickly this season is flying! I really can’t!!! Pinch me…or, better yet, please leave your comments below with any tips you want to share regarding how you survive & thrive this time o’ year! December 10th is the holiday deadline, so be sure to get your MORSELICIOUS jingle bells on! 🙂
If you haven’t done so already, please subscribe to my new YOUTUBE channel.
I am having so much fun making these videos and forever grateful to my #MORSELICOUS team & elves for their input, expertise, creativity & support: Saundre’, Kiira, Tiana, Ashley, Allison, Cabrina, Reece, Seana & my Mama. Thanks a million morsels!
Some of you amazing MORSELITE’s have blown me away with your photos and suggestions. One Morselite just sent me Mac-n-Mo’s luggage tags & laminated gift cards, which she is attaching to her holiday gifts this year.
What a MORSELICIOUS idea! All of you make my days, weeks, months, mission TOTALLY worth it! Thank you & please keep your ideas coming! MORSELFY your holidays.
Mega MORSEL thanks to ALL of you!!! 😉
Go ahead and have some pumpkin pie, but try a sliver first..
You may remember my post from last year:
This National Diabetes Month, the National Diabetes Education Program Reminds You That Diabetes is a Family Affair
Diabetes is a challenging disease that affects the entire family in many ways. If you are living with diabetes or have a loved one with the disease, family support is very important when it comes to managing diabetes and preventing serious health problems such as heart disease, stroke, blindness, kidney disease, and nerve damage that can lead to amputation. It’s also important to know that if you have a family history of diabetes – such as a mother, father, brother, or sister – you are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
The Morselist is doing her part to spread awareness by creating MORSELICIOUS recipes. Please subscribe to YOUTUBE and watch 2 quick healthy or MORSELFIED Thanksgivingukkah & recipes:
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To help you get started, the NDEP offers many resources to help you make healthy lifestyle changes as a family. The NDEP also has resources that can be used in community settings that are part of the extended family, such as schools, businesses, and the health care community, among others. Some resources include:
- 4 Steps to Manage Your Diabetes for Life shares four steps to help people with diabetes understand, monitor, and manage their diabetes to help them stay healthy.
- Help a Loved One with Diabetes provides practical tips for helping a loved one cope with diabetes and things you can do to help.
- Family Health History Quiz. Knowing your family health history is important. Take this quiz to learn more about your family history of diabetes.
- Tasty Recipes for People with Diabetes and Their Families is a bilingual recipe booklet that can help families make healthy food choices without giving up the foods they love.
- Helping the Student with Diabetes Succeed: A Guide for School Personnel is a comprehensive guide to help students with diabetes, their health care team, school staff, and parents work together to help students manage their diabetes safely and effectively in the school setting.
This November, use these resources and more to make healthy lifestyle changes as a family. Learn more at www.YourDiabetesInfo.org.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ National Diabetes Education Program is jointly sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with the support of more than 200 partner organizations.
Please check out my MORSELICIOUS Monthly Recipe Club!
And for those of you who want to join me and sing my silly song.
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Have a #MORSELICIOUS Thanksgivingukkah I am so THANKFUL for all of you wonderful Morselite’s!
Gobble Gobble! 🙂