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The30-Day Habit Hatch Review and Testimony #sponsored #motivation #weightloss #habithatch

Tuesday, September 3, 2013
Disclosure: I was compensated for this post. However, all opinions are my own.

When I reached menopause the weight gain set up housekeeping and wouldn't leave. I tried everything and every way to lose weight and keep it off; with no luck.

I can't count all the methods I've tried, some worked for awhile but the weight came right back. If you follow my rantings then you know I'm brutally honest about my weight loss journey and struggles. 

Do you know why I fail and falter? I was not motivated until I discovered The 30-Day Habit Hatch.

I found out after failing, motivation is the key to any personal goal you have. If I wanted to lose the weight and keep it off, I need to be motivated. The Habit Hatch is a 30 day motivational program that helps you get motivated in all aspects of your life. If you're like me and need a nudge toward your personal goal, then The 30-Day Habit Hatch is the motivational program for you. 

Because I struggle so much with my weight, I needed a big nudge and a lot of motivation to reach my goal. I get the daily motivation I need with The 30-Day Habit Hatch. The program is very easy to use and keeps you on track. From life coaching tools to guided evening meditations this program is designed for you in mind. Whatever your personal goal, The 30-Day Habit Hatch will change the negative habits that get in your way. Bad habits tend to get in the way of us reaching our personal goals and with this program you learn new habits to help you reach your goal. It will change your life, create a new you, and change the way you look at yourself and your life. Although I struggle with my weight, I know it's possible to break my bad habit of lack of motivation and emerge a new, better me.

When you first log onto the The 30-Day Habit Hatch you can check out the different sections. I recommend you check out the the green section first. This section explains everything you need to know about the program. It's very detailed and easy to understand. Next, you'll want to click on the 30 Day Overview Clipboard. This section takes you to a 30 day outline of the program. From Take the Leap on Day 1 to Welcome New You on Day 30, the 30-Day plan helps motivate you daily toward your personal goal. You'll also want to click on What's Your Goal Egg. This section takes you to the forum board where you can interact with others and list your life goal. Before you take the leap, be sure to check out the Free Tools section where you can download workbooks and a personal accountability tracker. When you're ready to get motivated and achieve your personal goal sign up for your 30 day risk free trial for only $1 a day. Here's everything you're going to get for $30:

For just $1 a day, you get: 

  • Overviews, insights and tips from the latest psychology, productivity, meditation and self-help theories, researched, filtered and compiled by theme and delivered to your Inbox
  • Reminders sent to you every 11-13 hours to keep you on track with your personal goals
  • Action plans and exercises to encourage and guide experimentation with methods and tools relevant to your particular stage of development
  • Guides to help you through dozens of different meditation and reflective practice methods

The 30-Day Habit Hatch is a great motivational tool if you're struggling to reach your personal life goal.






Menopause Awareness Month Day 2

Monday, September 2, 2013
As part of Menopause Awareness Month, I'm sharing a 10 second tidbit about life with menopause.

Menopause sneaks upon you like a thief in the night. It robs you of your normal life. Hot flashes and night sweats replace a cool, calm, and collected you. You're robbed of hormones. You're robbed of yourself. You'll never be the same.

The 11 Best Healthy Lifestyle iPhone and Android Apps of 2013

Sunday, September 1, 2013
The Best Menopause Blogs



Healthline has just released their list of Best Menopause Apps for this year:
http://www.healthline.com/health-slideshow/top-iphone-android-apps-healthy-lifestyle

As a winner of Healthline's Best Blogs this year, I wanted to share this list with you in hopes you will find some of these apps useful. 

Be sure to check them out!

September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month

Do you know the symptoms of gynecologic cancer? Get the facts.


Cervical, Ovarian, Uterine, Vaginal, Vulvar. Get the facts about gynecologic cancer.
Be brave. Ask questions. Get the facts about gynecologic cancer.

September Is National Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month #PCOS


There is no single test to diagnose PCOS. Only a doctor can test for PCOS. Some common signs and symptoms to look for are:

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month #ovariancancer

Presidential Proclamation — National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, 2013

NATIONAL OVARIAN CANCER AWARENESS MONTH, 2013
 
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BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
 
A PROCLAMATION
 
Each September, America calls attention to a deadly disease that affects thousands of women across our country. This year, over 22,000 women will develop ovarian cancer, and more than half that number of women will die of this disease. During National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, we lend our support to everyone touched by this disease, we remember those we have lost, and we strengthen our resolve to better prevent, detect, treat, and ultimately defeat ovarian cancer.
 
Because ovarian cancer often goes undetected until advanced stages, increasing awareness of risk factors is critical to fighting this disease. Chances of developing ovarian cancer are greater in women who are middle-aged or older, women with a family history of breast or ovarian cancer, and those who have had certain types of cancer in the past. I encourage all women, especially those at increased risk, to talk to their doctors. For more information, visit www.Cancer.gov.
 
My Administration is investing in research to improve our understanding of ovarian cancer and develop better methods for diagnosis and treatment. As we continue to implement the Affordable Care Act, women with ovarian cancer will receive increased access to health care options, protections, and benefits. Thanks to this law, insurance companies can no longer set lifetime dollar limits on coverage or cancel coverage because of errors on paperwork. By 2014, the health care law will ban insurers from setting restrictive annual caps on benefits and from charging women higher rates simply because of their gender. Additionally, insurance companies will be prohibited from denying coverage or charging higher premiums to patients with pre-existing conditions, including ovarian cancer.
 
This month, we extend a hand to all women battling ovarian cancer. We pledge our support to them, to their families, and to the goal of defeating this disease.
 
NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim September 2013 as National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. I call upon citizens, government agencies, organizations, health care providers, and research institutions to raise ovarian cancer awareness and continue helping Americans live longer, healthier lives. I also urge women across our country to talk to their health care providers and learn more about this disease.
 
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this thirtieth day of August, in the year of our Lord two thousand thirteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and thirty-eighth.
 
BARACK OBAMA


Ovarian cancer.....is a silent killer. Many women have the symptoms, but are often misdiagnosed. Be aware of the symptoms!


Symptoms of ovarian cancer are often subtle and hard to diagnose; however, there are four main symptoms associated with the disease: These include:
  • Bloating
  • Pelvic or Abdominal pain
  • Difficulty eating or feeling full quickly
  • Urinary urgency or frequency
Other symptoms can include nausea, indigestion, gas, constipation or diarrhea, extreme fatigue, shortness of breath and backaches.

If you have these symptoms contact your doctor. Get checked. 
My grandmother died at the age of 40 in 1957 because there wasn't early detection. 
Be aware
Be prepared
For more information check out these resources:


National Menopause Awareness Month #menopauseawareness


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During the month of September, I'll share my thoughts daily for 30 days on menopause.

Today's thought:

Menopause will drive you crazy. From hot flashes to night sweats, you'll go banana's. I did! You can take control of your menopausal destiny with the abundance of resources available.
Talk to your doctor, talk to friends, don't hide inside yourself. 
Be aware, be prepared, please share!