I have always wondered about the name “Bowling Green” and how it originated – one story goes it stemmed from a game played in the downtown square lawn similar to “bowling on the green”
My only question with that – What was the town called when they were playing their game?
Heres what I found on the bgky.org website
Bowling Green began with the establishment of a trading post on the Barren River known as McFadden’s Station in about 1785. Earlier, in 1775, thirteen long hunters had carved their names on a beech tree at another Barren River crossing.
Warren County was formed from Logan County in 1796 and became the twenty-fourth county in Kentucky.
In the early 1790’s, Robert Moore built a cabin near a large spring in central Warren County not far from the Barren River.
March 1798 a board of commissioners named the town Bowling Green.
Any thoughts or explanations are very welcome
#1 Because YOU can!!!
Here are 10 reasons why you say you can’t
- I don’t have time
- I don’t have energy
- I don’t know what to do
- too lazy/scared to ask for help
- my Boss won’t let me
- good t.v. shows on
- my joints hurt
- my spouse/kids come first
- wont give up sugar/sweets
- I’m embarrassed of myself in front of people and too mentally/socially weak to change
Today’s the day to make your decision to change your lifestyle and habits. It doesn’t have to happen in 3 days, give yourself time to make small changes that add up to big results. Don’t wait for a health scare like diabetes, heart attack, stroke to get you going, make it happen NOW
Saw this pic and its another reminder to myself about what I do day in and day out.
I love personal training & feel its my job to help people do what they don’t want to so they can achieve something they want (like a healthy body, mind and spirit)
That’s what I want – the trick for me is to find out what you really need & to help you get what you want
Giving a talk this morning at the beauty college, they are talking about nutrition and asked me to come over. Here are my notes
Hair & Nails
Vit C ( asorbic acid )
– reduces split ends, supports growth
Eat: peppers, leafy vegetables, broccoli, Tomoatoes
Biotin – Vit H ( B Vitamins) -helps metabolize protien to keep nails strong
Eat: eggs, nuts, whole grain, mushrooms
Iron & Zinc – minerals for hair loss and brittle
Eat: Chicken, beef, turkey, spinach
we decided today we are kicking off August’s 10 day food challenge with lunch at Mellow Mushroom!!
for everybody who has been on a diet before have you ever started it off with pizza?
I love pizza and can argue my point at how wholesome, fresh and nourishing it is for you any time you please
If your “diet” says NO pizza then I’m telling you that you need a new approach to eating lunch
If you’re not busy next Wed please join us for a bite to eat – we always eat good!!