5 Things Tuesday: Random Links I’ve Enjoyed this Week !

Happy Tuesday Everybody! Today I’m sharing some random & juicy Fit Links that I’ve been lovin’ lately, so grab yourself a cup of coffee or some hot & spicy tea & enjoy the goodness… and, don’t forget to share some of your favorite fitspirational posts this week in the comment section below!!

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1) Healthy Breakfast Ideas: What Fitness Experts Eat In The Morning: click HERE to read on…

2) The Emotional Truth of Changing Your Diet: click HERE to read on…

3) What’s Beautiful: A competition to redefine the female athlete: click HERE to read on…

4) Kandee’s “Feel Good Look Good” Smoothie Recipe: click HERE to read on…

5) Pamper your body with a workout!: click HERE to read on…

Xo- Isabella

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Isabella is the founder of My Fit Station. Her mission is to spread a healthy, balanced and FUN approach to mind/body health & fitness, one that encourages growth, empowerment and a lavish dose of self-loving!
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3 Responses to “5 Things Tuesday: Random Links I’ve Enjoyed this Week !”

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  2. Jessica Says:

    Thanks for this list. Two of your links really resonate with me.

    The Emotional Truth of Changing Your Diet – it’s so hard sometimes to come to grips with the emotional aspect of food.

    Pamper your body with a workout – she’s right, we often look at a workout as a form of punishment. Maybe it’s all the heavy breathing and sweat. I think it will help me if I can adopt a more positive outlook towards my workouts.

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    • Isabella Says:

      That’s good to hear Jessica, I’m happy you like it :)
      I definitely think that people should be putting more emphasis on dealing with their emotions in a healthy manner instead of trying countless diets and then wonder why they don’t work or why they drive them up the wall…
      Have a great day,
      Isabella :)

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