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FUEL  ~  Dish of the Day:
Skip the Thai food take out tonight and try Dr. Paul’s significantly healthier and exponentially more delicious Coconut Curry Chicken! By skipping a meal out, you avoid countless tempting food (and drink) choices, and it gives your wallet a break, too!    [Click here for additional Recipes]


AIR  ~  Movement of the Day:
Broad Jumps at the Beach If you’re lucky enough to live by the ocean, this exercise is for you! A perfect way to start the day, and a perfect amount of extra resistance from the sand.    [Click here for additional Workouts]


SPARK  ~  Thought of the Day:
Quote of the Day: You cannot stop the waves – but you can learn to surf. ~ Jon Kabat Zinn
Essential Element: Your mindset is like a muscle – the more that you use it, the more coordinated and flexible it becomes. Developing mental fitness should happen before you need it. [Click to read 'Creating Change']
Journal: What’s your goat? That thing you absolutely cringe over. The exercise you loathe; the task you can’t think about one more time; the person whom you’ve been avoiding hard conversation with. This week – before that ‘goat’ gets any bigger, get at it. Write down what it is, and this week’s plan of action to get it off your list. As you watch your goat get smaller – feel the muscle of your mind taking off!  [Click here for additional Journal exercises]


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FUEL: Dish of the Day:
Chili Without Beans Does anybody not like chili? This is more like a vegetable stew with chili seasoning – lots of vegetables and no beans make this a great Paleo meal.   [Click here for additional recipes]



AIR: Movement of the Day:
Broad Jumps What a great demand on the body – squat and jump. Maybe you don’t want to jump, no problem – squat, then lunge. [Click here for additional workouts]


SPARK: Journal of the Day:
Quote of the Day: Cynic: A blackguard whose faulty vision sees things as they are, not as they ought to be.  ~         Ambrose Pierce
Essential Element: We are often more experienced at turning to negative emotions than positive ones. We must work to build the muscle of staring our fears in the face and doing them anyway.  [click to view Spark Insight -  Restorative Sleep]
Journal:  What endeavor is scaring you most right now? Write down the fears accompanying it. Then write how you want to look those fears in the eye and dominate. Share your strategy with two of your closest friends.  [Click here for additional Journal exercises]