Texas Longhorn at Sugar Shack Antiques & Ranch, Oakwood, IL
Don’t you find that when the crisp air starts settling in as fall rolls around, it’s somewhat like the beginning of a new year? Kids are heading back to school (mine don’t have anywhere to go, since we homeschool here), gardens, fields, and fruit trees are being harvested, houses and meal plans are getting organized— or at least thought about. This is what is happening in our home. But there never seems to be enough time to do everything that needs to be done before the faster pace sets in. Well, it’s time to re-commit to your fitness and good nutrition plans, too. Perhaps you’ve slipped a little with the lazy days of summer. Or maybe you’ve been shopping and preparing foods from your garden or local farmer’s markets and feel healthier than ever! I hope the latter is the case for you. It’s never to late to start a practical fitness routine that you can manage—one that does not manage you!
If you’d like to learn more about the healthy aspects and benefits of T-Tapp Wellness Workouts, give me a holler at Linda@T-Tapp.com, or join me on Facebook at T-Tapp Central Illinois for a fun and educational ride. I have not met a better fit for those seeking a holistic, doable, and effective wellness program that they can pursue for a lifetime! If you are local (East-Central Illinois), join me for some weekly classes in the area beginning this fall. Contact me for details or to show interest. I’ll leave you with one nutritional tip for the day. Learn about sprouting nuts, seeds, and grains. There are very good reasons to do this, and you really don’t need any fancy equipment. Though the fall is soon closing in, there is no reason to go without some healthy greens growing right in your own home. It’s a great way to nourish your family and continue with your green thumb throughout the winter. And soaked grains are much more digestible and absorbable than unsoaked. Do yourself a favor, and add this to your list of things to investigate before fall arrives. Ok, one more free tip. Take some time to discover the health benefits of coconut oil, if you haven’t already. Here is a book on Amazon called An Introduction to Coconut Oil that you can download to your Kindle for $2.99, or borrow for free, if you’re a Prime Member. You can get The Coconut Flour Recipes cookbook for the same price. Happy end of the summer (almost)!