New Site: NoniWalker.com!

New Site: NoniWalker.com!

Since March of 2012, I have featured articles, recipes, videos and all other things health and wellness on this website.

I’m excited to announce a brand NEW SITE that focuses on new products and programs to assist YOU in gaining more freedom in your life.

http://www.NoniWalker.com

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Some awesome NEW features:

 

MEDIA

Vibrant media page with FREE education and radio interview, campaigns, magazine photo shoot and more.

 

RECIPE

What “ingredients” could you use in a recipe…for your mind? Here is a FREE recipe download for you, not for use in the kitchen but at work, home or in your car.

 

There is a lot more to discover at www.noniwalker.com.

 

Come and join me there!

 

The Walker Exchange website is considered “Under Construction.” All inquiries should be made via www.noniwalker.com.

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Helping YOU Succeed

Helping YOU Succeed

 

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Ticket sales end April 10!
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Spring is in the building!

Spring is in the building!

If you’re like me, you’ve felt the shift in the air and a shift in your attitude. Gone are the days of quiet, reflective winter. Now is the time to put some pep in your step, wake up and move forward with your health, wellness and lifestyle goals!

I ushered in the Spring with a new friend, Mrs. Gwen Azama-Edwards, host of the Truth Radio Show! Gotta share something she said that you’ll hear at the end, a quote that I will remember always (paraphrasing)…
“Parents, you are the book your
children are reading daily.”
Wow! When you think about it like that, it makes you think twice about all of the children that are watching us, related or not. Our habits become their habits. Enjoy our fun, information and motivation packed interview below.

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Have a good day…with color!

Have a good day…with color!

Want to fend off that 3pm can’t-think-I-need-a-nap time during the day? Eat (or at least add) something light and colorful for lunch. Ideas: spinach salad, piece of fruit, or steamed veggies. Soar through the afternoon!

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Food is Medicine

Food is Medicine

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I posted this on my social networks this morning with a comment, “Morning stroll through my medicine cabinet.” What brought this on is that I have sneezed a couple of times recently. Why is this in any way significant news (for me, at least)? For one, I haven’t had a cold or flu in over 2 years and I don’t intend to break my record! Secondly, I realized that I hadn’t juiced in a few weeks. So, before I dozed off to sleep last night, I had visions of the delicious fruit and veggies that were going to mix together for my juice cocktail today.

Nutribullet - This little piece of equipment is terrific! It is small enough to fit in your work bag, large purse or baby diaper bag. All you do is add your veggies and fruit in layers, starting with your greens on the bottom. Add water to the line marked on the canister and pop it on the power base. The Nutribullet extracts as opposed to blending or juicing. All this means is that it breaks down all of the ingredients into a easily digestible form, giving you all of the ingredients rather than some parts of them.

Ingredients

Two handfuls of spinach

Handful of baby carrots

Half an apple, cut into small pieces

1/3 of a whole cucumber, I removed the peel

1/2 inch of ginger root, cut up into small pieces. Remove the outer layer

1 tablespoon of honey

Couple of ice cubes (in case I wanted to drink it in the car)

Notice I’m not too particular on portion sizes and exact ingredients. This recipe is completely made up according to what I had in the refrigerator! I just want to show that there doesn’t have to be struggle or an exact science to improving your lifestyle. Sometimes you just go for it according to what you have. I added a little honey and apple to take the edge off of the pure vegetable taste. All of this took about 5 minutes preparation time and about 5 minutes extract time. I put the lid on the canister and stuck it into my lunch bag for the day. How cool is that?

Leave a comment below sharing what you think! Do you juice, blend, or extract? What are your favorite recipes? If you don’t, what is holding you back from starting?

Live Well!

 

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Happy YOU in the New Year!

Happy YOU in the New Year!

I love mixing things up! I don’t mean putting the fork in the garbage and the trash in the sink but I love putting a spin on words or phrases so we can see them in a new light. So in that form, I am not going to say the traditional “Happy New Year,” but instead “Happy YOU in the New Year!”

Why am I usually so darn happy? Believe me, I’ve had people to ask me before. It’s amazing that being happy can sometimes be seen as not normal! While I have my moments, I generally CHOOSE to be happy in spite of life’s events, not in response to only good things.

Guess what? You have the same ability. There is nothing that stops you more from being happy than your own mind, beliefs and actions. Check out this cool definition of happy from www.wiki.answer.com: “Happy is an emotion that you feel when you find beauty and hope in the world.”  Take a moment and say that out loud. Doesn’t it feel simple and free? Look at it like this…A flat tire on the way to work doesn’t have to 100% take your attention away from the beautiful flowers on the other side of the road. The gossipy co-worker shouldn’t get you so off track that you don’t notice strangers smiling at you on the street.

Ever notice how a dog can be so attentive to one thing and in the very next second, be distracted by something else? This may sound a little weird, but in the heat of an aggravating or sad moment, dog-like distraction can actually improve your mood and get you back on track to happy! Next time you are tempted to let the one moment ruin your entire day, quickly take your focus and attention to an image or thought that helps you feel better…the funny thing your child did, your last vacation, or the beautiful plant in the corner. Focus on that for about a minute and notice how the tension you just felt subsides, even if just a little. Distraction doesn’t make a situation disappear but it certainly allows you to approach it a little more calm and centered.

Here’s to a Happy YOU:

Happiness is a choice.

You have control over what your choose and to what you surrender.

Distraction is a non-traditional method to use in calming down and approaching life a little more happy.

 

Live well!

 

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