Mon, 14 April 2014
Health Counselor Mary Mitchell Talks of Healthy Eating | Also Hear WWII Story of B24s Waving Wings at Hotel Jayhawk
Heartsong Fit With Vickie Maris
Mary Mitchell, health counselor, shares wisdom in this interview with podcast host, Vickie Maris. While the conversation was conducted in early 2013, it has been repurposed for Heartsong Fit With Vickie Maris so that you can benefit from Mary’s insights. She shares several very useful tips and concepts for busy people who are striving to improve their eating habits. Her tips can help you in your weight loss journey as well. She addresses the primary and secondary foods. Before her conversation about secondary foods, Mary describes the importance of finding balance in the primary foods: career or purpose, physical activity, spiritual activity and relationships.
Responding to Cravings
Did You Work Out Today?
If you’d like to easily track your own fitness stats, blood pressure readings, inches lost, and more, you can you can set up a free account through Vickie’s Beachbody website. Vickie extends an invitation to her online health and fitness Beachbody challenge group that starts on May 1, 2014. http://www.beachbodycoach.com/heartsongfit
There are many ways you can connect with Vickie on the social web. Twitter and Instagram are two of her favorites. You can find her at either location with the handle @vickiemaris (http://www.twitter.com/vickiemaris or http://www.instagram.com/vickiemaris). Vickie also appreciates when you connect with her in iTunes by subscribing to the podcast for free and by leaving your rating and feedback in iTunes. This step helps the show improve in its iTunes ranking. The show is also available through Stitcher Radio.
To leave feedback via voice, you can visit Vickie’s website, www.heartsongfit.com and use the tab on the right edge of the page to leave a voicemail using your computer’s microphone, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Memory of Life in the 1940s by Lucille Maris – Saying Goodbye
Vickie has been interviewing her Mom, Lucille Maris, who is 91 ½ years, for the book she is working on about her parents’ life during WWII which stems from the memoirs her dad, Lt. Col., James R. Maris drafted about his 30 missions as a bomber pilot. There will be more about the book in later episodes. For now, please enjoy this delightful story that Lucille shares about the day she and her girlfriends ran to the top of the Hotel Jayhawk, Topeka, Kansas, to wave farewell to their husbands as the men buzzed the top of the building in their B-24 bombers and headed on their journey overseas. Future episodes of the podcast will close with additional short stories told by Lucille to Vickie.