Hi! I'm Jana. And I feel like I am just starting to figure this "life" thing out. As a mother of a one year old girl my world has changed. I still love finding great deals, enjoying wonderful restuarants, and catching a fun happy hour with friends…but I'd skip it all for a smooch & snugglefest with my little lady!
I love an intense film, crave music, and recently (and finally) got back to running. Here's hoping these Mommy lbs melt away.
I work and play a little too much. I'm flawed and BLESSED. No doubt about it.
But yes, in my life before becoming a Mom, I have travelled and lived in many places. I am a southern girl by birth and in my heart. Originally from Alabama I have lived in VA, NC, GA, MO, KS, IN, TN, SC, and FL. I married a Michigan man... GO BLUE! I went to UNC...GO HEELS! And grew up all Bama... ROLL TIDE! I'm SEC football, ACC basketball... and always prefer College sports to Pro Sports. And I know enough about them all to be dangerous.
I am plugged into pop culture like a champ! Whether its celebrity gossip, hot trends in fashion and make up, or current events...I'm your girl. Oh, and I'm a total wine-o! I love a great wine list.
Don't fight it... it's oddly hilarious.
And no... it isn't heavy. It's so light you won't even know its there. It's a Pedometer. New studies show that by wearing a pedometer you are more likely tomove, burn more calories, and lose weight.
Researchers at an Indiana University saw that the "self challenge" aspect of wearing a pedometer is the main reason. We are competitive by nature. And most people in the study wanted their numbers to go up each day... not down. Just by wearing a pedometer and nothing else, the average weight loss for each in the study was 3 lbs in 12 weeks. And dont worry if you dont want to buy one... you can download free pedometer apps to your phone.
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There really may be an app for everything now.
This meditation app walks you through multiple 30 minute meditation routines. Reviews say its a great to way to start. Learning how to unplug...while completely plugged in,