Throughout the many pages of Then Heather Said, you will find a lot of different material. A smorgasbord of awesomeness, if you will.
Then Heather Said started as a place share my heart as I began the healing process after my broken engagement. I try to be open and honest with the process of growth, understanding, and pain. I hope that discussing these things in detail will bring comfort to others who are possibly going through similar heart break.
So far, I’ve lost over
40 50lbs the healthy way; good foods and exercise. I’m working towards the day when my total weight lost will be 60lbs. [I’m getting closer!!!] I’m not an “after”, I’m a “during”.
Since the Fall of 2009, I have adopted a much more active lifestyle. I enjoy exercise [though, admittedly, not every day – some days I do have to talk myself into it] and have discovered a love of running. I’ve run several races and look forward to running further and faster in 2011. I plan to run a race in all 50 states in my lifetime.
Single Girl in the Kitchen:
Over the past two years, I’ve started getting a bit more creative in the kitchen. I’m constantly looking for inspired ways to conquer the cooking for one challenge, without abandoning fresh ideas and nutritional value along the way.
To me, healthy living is not only about nutrition and fitness; it is more than what you are eating and what kind of exercise you are doing each week. Several friends have offered their own perspectives on other facets of a healthy lifestyle in the More Than Series.
You can expect to find me passing along inspiration and motivation that I find in my day to day life. Saturdays are simple, spotlighting a quote to focus on, and I’m often willing to discuss kindness at large, as well as in the small crevices of our relationships with others, and especially with ourselves.
So Much More:
Including but not limited to rambles, creations, stories, ideas, personal experiences, thoughts, suggestions and advice. Because I just can’t help myself and feel an uncontrollable urge to share with you.
Don’t ask yourself what the world needs;
ask yourself what makes you come alive.
And then go and do that.
Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
Please feel free to contact Heather Shugarman, at firstname.lastname@example.org