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Accountability breeds response-ability.

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- Stephen R. Covey

Thank God for an Accountability Partner:)

One of my best friends agreed to be my accountability partner this year to help me manage my finances. After a challenging year in 2007, I realized I needed some help so that I don’t repeat the same mistakes again.

I really had to buckle down and get serious; I prepared an annual budget with quarterly goals which included cutting out all ‘non-essential’ expenses. I also agreed to get ‘approval’ for larger purchases and prepare monthly variance reports explaining why I was off target—impressive, huh?

Well, read on and find out how that little project went.

Enjoy the newsletter!

Cathy Morenzie


Feature Article

Thank God for an Accountability Partner

Well, needless to say, February ‘flew’ in and I found myself having to give an account as to why I did not reach my targets for the previous month. I over-spent, under-budgeted and did not meet my overly optimistic plan.

My success will not come from creating impressive spreadsheets -- having a goal is only the first step, in fact, goal setting is actually pointless if you are not able to do what it takes to accomplish it.

Success comes from doing the small things each day that we may not necessarily want to do and from making choices about what is really important to us.

It’s about learning how to not indulge our appetites for immediate gratification.

It’s about shaking off laziness, self doubt, frustration and keeping our eyes on the prize.

Most importantly, it’s about finding the right match that will ignite your passion. Its an uphill battle to become successful at something you’re not fired up about. I encourage you to take the time today and ask yourself what really lights you up.

I thank God for my accountability partner who was able to help me work through all this.

I’ll keep you posted on my progress.

Now, imagine if you had someone to keep you accountable to your fitness and health commitments -- someone who cared about you enough to want to see you do well and was able to give you expert advice and support to help you succeed.

Imagine if you had a system that helped you get to the root of your challenges by igniting your passion-- a system that allowed you to track your food intake and set weekly targets for you to accomplish.

If you know that you need a little nudging in the area of your health and wellness then check out the Harmonic Health and Wellness program and get started today to get help in staying focused on your goals.

If you know someone who is looking for a program like this or who is struggling with maintaining their health commitments then please forward this email to them.

Please stay tuned as I launch a new program next month because you, as my subscriber, will be a part of my exciting BETA-group.


Nutrition Tip of the week

Tomatoes and Apples:

A new study suggests that apples and tomatoes may help prevent respiratory disease.
Researchers at the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom studied 2,633 adults in 1991 and again in 2000 and found a link between the intake of apples and tomatoes and the subjects' respiratory health.

Those who ate five apples or three tomatoes per week scored highest on a test that measured the amount of air a person can expel from the lungs in one second.

Lead researcher Emma Broadfield and colleagues theorize that the high levels of antioxidants in these two foods may have a beneficial effect on lung function.

Source: 97th Annual Meeting of the American Thoracic Society, May, 20, 2001, San Francisco, Calif.


Exercise of the Week

Exercise Description:

One Arm Raise on Ball

Muscles Worked:

Core (lower abs., obliques)

Instructions:
1. Start by lying on your back with your hands behind your back and thighs bent 90 degrees at your hip.

2. Simultaneously curl your right shoulder and left knee up towards the center of your body until your elbow and knee touch. Return to the starting position and repeat with the other side.

3. Continuously repeat this pattern for as long as you can maintain the correct position. ( 5-10 times per side).


About Cathy Morenzie

Cathy Morenzie is a certified personal fitness trainer, fitness instructor, and Pilates instructor. She specializes in providing creative fitness solutions for people on the go. She has trained thousands of clients and trainers over the last 15 years. For more FREE tips like these, contact us or call 416-410-8517 to schedule your complimentary session. Try the new 12 on-line weight loss program guaranteed to change the way you see your body and your health. Visit My Harmonic Health Satisfaction guaranteed !!


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