Category Archives: fast food

How Can I Help You?

2016 is still in its infancy, and like most people I have spent the last few weeks reflecting on both where I have been and where I want to go. Speaking personally, I have never been a fan of New … Continue reading

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My Personal 100 Day Challenge

It’s true.  I have totally eaten like crap lately.  My diet is terrible.  Sonic cheeseburgers are as much a part of my routine as exercise is supposed to be.  The order is always the same.  A junior double cheeseburger with … Continue reading

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What Was His Name?

This is an interesting post on Facebook by a friend of a friend of mine.  The author’s name is Dany Holmes.  I apologize if any of you are offended by her use of language, but I can’t say I disagree … Continue reading

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Better Than A Burger

Hey, everyone!  Guess what?  I DID it! On December 1st, I set out to accomplish something that I had never come close to before.  I set a goal to complete a 30-day juice fast.  On December 31st I started eating … Continue reading

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