Emily Terry

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Best eReader Devices on the Market

Posted by: Emily Terry | Posted on: July 1, 2013 | 2 Comments

In the last few years eReaders have really taken off. Less than a decade ago people were saying that no one would give up the feel of real books for a computer, but now almost everyone has a Kindle, Nook, or iPad. Which one is best? Well, that all depends on what you are looking READ MORE

3 Tips for Learning More When You Read

Posted by: Emily Terry | Posted on: June 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Have you ever felt that you just weren’t retaining the content of the books you read? It can be really annoying when you try to discuss a book with a friend, and start drawing a blank about the content. Remembering is all about how you process the information you are reading. Here are 3 easy READ MORE

3 Ways to Make Time for Hobbies

Posted by: Emily Terry | Posted on: June 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Hobbies get a bad rap in our modern, work-centric society. People don’t believe that spending time dabbling in seemingly foolish pursuits has any benefit. But it does. Hobbies are one of the most effective ways to relax and take your body back to baseline. Making time for your hobbies means making time for YOU and READ MORE

How to Discover a Hobby You’ll Love

Posted by: Emily Terry | Posted on: June 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Have you made time for a hobby in your life? How would you fill your time if you had no other commitments? If you don’t have a hobby and you don’t know how you would fill your time without your job, and family you might be in danger of losing your identity. That’s why having READ MORE

3 Awesome Low-Impact Exercises

Posted by: Emily Terry | Posted on: June 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Getting into a habit of regular exercise is one of the most necessary parts of creating a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, for those who are just getting back into exercise it can be very hard on the body to do so. Most of us think of exercise as running a marathon or lifting weights but those READ MORE

Walk Yourself Well

Posted by: Emily Terry | Posted on: June 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Did you realise that walking is one of the easiest ways to get, and stay healthy, and increase your life expectancy? And it isn’t just your body that gets fit; your thinking and emotions benefit too. That’s why people who stay active are happier than people who don’t. In my post this week I’ll explore READ MORE

Top Sources for Quality Protein

Posted by: Emily Terry | Posted on: June 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

When it comes to weight management, it’s important to ensure you are getting enough protein. Protein helps build muscles, takes longer to digest, and provides important vitamins and minerals. Eating enough protein ensures that you won’t get over-hungry and binge eat later. Just eating any protein isn’t the optimal choice, though. You want to make READ MORE

How to Find and Eat High Quality Protein

Posted by: Emily Terry | Posted on: June 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

What exactly is high quality protein? Can you tell the difference between high quality protein, and other sources of protein? If you’re like most people you probably can’t. You just know that humans need 10% to 35% of their daily calories to come from protein to stay healthy. That’s why in today’s post I’m going READ MORE

“Don’t judge a book by its cover” is an oft-used maxim for everything from books to people to food. We apply the idea of avoiding judgments based on first impressions to almost everything we do. But sometimes we should judge a book by its cover. Here’s why. Let’s take a minute and think about actual READ MORE

Our Favourite Health and Wellness Reads

Posted by: Emily Terry | Posted on: May 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

Are you just starting out on a weight loss plan, and looking for motivation and support? Have you looked at the overwhelming array of books on the subject of weight loss at the bookshop, and come away empty handed because you don’t know what to buy? Well, into today’s post I’m going to share 5 READ MORE

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