Monday, 31 December 2012
If you also have tried to lead a healthy lifestyle and found your efforts didn’t work in the past, I have good news: I have found that the secret to maintaining a healthy lifestyle is having fun.
Success comes through having fun. Isn’t that great?
The motto that inspires me is: “Do one thing every day that makes you happy.” Why? Because when you participate in activities that are fun for you, you’ll stick with them. When you find nutritional, healthy foods that you enjoy, you’ll eat them. When you are spending your time on fun activities, you won’t have the time to be stressed (and you’ll avoid emotional eating)!
Read this book to find out more....
Shepard belongs to five prestigious French wine societies, but his knowledge is worn lightly. As your own knowledge of wines increases, you may want to take his advice and start your own wine cellar. Several specific possibilities are outlined here, so that your own cellar could include fine samples from Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Rhône Valley, Alsace and Champagne.
Are you on a budget? You’ll be glad to know that special attention is given to less expensive wines which deserve to be better known. For example, the effervescent Crémant wines receive their due recognition in the chapter dealing with Champagne. (They are delicious – and cost perhaps one-third of the price for a nonvintage champagne from a prestigious house such as Taittinger or Pol Roger. Here alone, the savings from just one purchase more than cover the cost of the book.) Do join him in relishing the inexpensive wines of the French Southwest, such as Madiran and Cahors.
The book is user friendly, with logical progression from the regions of Bordeaux (the Médoc, St. Emilion and Pomerol) to Burgundy (with separate chapters for the celebrated regions of the Côte d’Or), Champagne, and the Rhône Valley. The book has embedded dozens of hyperlinks to websites from the wine producers of each region, so the reader can go instantly from Shepard’s Guide to the region itself. That is particularly useful if the reader, as Shepard urges, wishes to make personal appointments throughout the region. Here are the email contacts to do precisely that, while still reading the book!
There is special consideration for the great white wines of France, whether the magnificent white Burgundy wines, or those of Champagne or Bordeaux. Tasting notes of recent vintages abound, so that the reader can expand his knowledge of the finest wines. The world of Sauternes is made accessible, and many readers will particularly enjoy his final chapter, on Cognac and Armagnac.
The author knows many French wine producers and has personally visited over sixty of their estates, in every region. Join him for a wine reading adventure that turns into more appreciation for the glories of French wines. Whether it’s Beaujolais, the summer wines of the Loire Valley, or the robust wines of Châteauneuf du Pape, your favorite wines are here.
For less money than you’d pay for a single glass of wine, treat yourself to the best guide to French wines!
Based on true life dramas in a rural english coastal town, put yourself in the boots of beat cop Tom Springfield as he deals with the daily helpings of death, drink, drugs and dragons!
The stories in the book are all based on true life and death incidents experienced by the author during his time on the beat. All identities have been sufficiently changed in order to protect the guilty, as well as the innocent.
What she discovers frightens her and she questions if she wants to know the truth about herself.
She meets a stranger and feels an instant connection. It's as if she’s known him her whole life, but she's never before seen him. Does he hold the answers that she's looking for?
Children are what Walt Disney World is all about. Why not buy an affordable guidebook written just for them? Let older children plan out your days in the park and give them a useful tool to do it. They'll love the interactive hyperlinks and interesting trivia about Walt Disney throughout. These links fire up learning and make a Walt Disney World vacation even richer for the whole family.
Every area and attraction of Walt Disney World is covered and given a notation of S (Scary), A (Awesome), T (Thrilling), D (Dark), or W (Wet) when necessary. Fastpass attractions are marked as well. There is a section devoted to each of the theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Another large section describes the rest of Walt Disney World, including Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, Downtown Disney, each Walt Disney Resort and several food spots. Finally, the book wraps up with a short quiz, "Disneyisms," and interactive links about several Disney Imagineers.
The book contains tween-friendly descriptions of what's what at Walt Disney World for 2013 and includes useful tips at the end of each park section to help time-crunched families get more excitement out of each day. Now kids can help plan the family vacation.
From fun facts to history, attraction highlights to quizzes, Planet Explorers guidebooks have it all.
Don't miss the other titles in the exciting Planet Explorers series for 8-12 year-old travelers. There's Disney Cruise Line, Walt Disney World Swimming Pools, Epcot, SeaWorld Orlando, Planet Explorers Disneyland, Disneyland Paris Resort, Planet Explorers London, Planet Explorers New York City, Planet Explorers Chicago, Planet Explorers Philadelphia, Planet Explorers Las Vegas, The Walt Disney World Character Finder, Universal Orlando Resort, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and LEGOLAND Florida. Have fun!