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“SHOW US YOUR “ING””

Welcome to our first #clubfit55 challenge of 2019

  the

“show us your “ing” challenge!


The rules are simple:
1. Dedicate some time (a minimum of 15 minutes) each day to some type of specific physical movement: your “ing”
2. Record your “ing” and post it or share an “after “ing” selfie
(you can always inbox, text or email your “ing” session if public posting isn’t your th“ing”)
3. Each time you show us your “ing” your name will be included in the #clubfit55 after “ing” Valentines Day drawing.
4. If you have more than one dedicated “ing” session each day feel free to post more than one- entry ops are open 24/7 –
(the more “ing” you do the healthier you will be)

(stop by my fb page for a little background on the whole #clubfit55 concept)

I look forward to seeing some fun, funny, creative moves, exercises and workouts during this challenge. 

It starts today and officially ends on February 14th.

This is a challenging way of keeping each of us dedicated and motivated to becoming healthier and more fit!

Now let’s get walking, jumping, lifting, squatting, running, skipping, hopping, punching, kicking, etc.-ing!

P.S. To my friend with whom I worked several years ago in Goula, I anxiously await your “ing” pics, videos, comments and/thoughts (in my inbox😂)

#clubfit55

#itsallaboutthating

#ing

(visit my fb page for a little background info on #clubfit55

Posted in Current Events

Rah-Rah’s 5 tips on How (NOT) to say “thank you” when receiving/accepting gifts this holiday season!

Ok, below you will find what I refer to as the “New school/Petty” way of saying thank you and the “Old school/Proper” way of saying it in certain circumstances— 

1. You don’t like it  

          New school/Petty: “thanks” (while rolling your eyes and placing the gift on the floor)

          Old school/Proper: “oh my goodness, how thoughtful of you!”

2. You don’t have a clue what you’ve just been given-

           New school/Petty: “what the hell is this?”

          Old school/Proper: “oh my goodness, how thoughtful of you!”

3. You think it’s cheap

        New school/Petty: “where did you get this from?” (while aggressively checking it for a price tag)

        Old school/Proper: “oh my goodness, how thoughtful of you!”

 4. The gifter gives you and someone else in the room similar gifts but yours is smaller

       New school/Petty: “you got the same thing as me?” (while placing yours next to the other one looking curiously at the gifter)

      Old school/Proper: “oh my goodness, how thoughtful of you!”

 5. it’s not your size

  too big:   New school/Petty: “oh so you think I’m fat?”

Old school/Proper: “oh my, how thoughtful of you!”

  too little: New school/Petty: “oh you tryin’ to be funny now!”

      Old school/Proper: “oh my, how thoughtful of you!”

By the way… if I ever refer to you as “Betty” -in passing, in conversation, in a post or in your face- simply thank me kindly and be on your merry little way!