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    01-27-2012, 09:52 AM
  #41
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Originally Posted by Pineapples    
Oh, I feel you! Last summer, I did the whole gardening thing, and outside work is really the most effective kind of exercise. No horses close enough, unfortunately, but I sure wouldn't even mind mucking stalls at this point. Heh. I've never been much of a soda drinker (I drink a pot of coffee a day and that's about it, haha), but when my doc told me to cut it out I did. My little sisters can down a twelve-pack in a day! THAT is scary. What kind of multivitamin do you take, if you don't mind me asking, and do you think it works for you? You sure do a lot of walking! Yipes. That's definitely good for you. Heh, though, any addiction can be really hard to quit -- you know, I don't even like little debbies, but if they're here I will destroy them -- but you can do it! Maybe try drinking cold green tea with honey? I've brewed a pitcher in a coffee pot before, added the honey (it takes a good bit) and chilled it and that was actually really refreshing.
I take a generic mens multivitamin I buy at cvs.. its their version of the expensive one a day ones.. but they make like 20 different kinds.. also Im not a tea fan.. I've tried.. and honey doesent help.. I end up putting in lots of sugar which defeats the purpose of drinking it..lol.. and honestly put up a serious ad on cl that you are willing to work and want to learn.. I did that a few years ago and it worked for me.. that's how I got into it.. it wasnt a big stable I went to and paid money to it was a private barn where the people were more than happy to teach someone who was willing to learn if they put in some work for it.. and I even got to ride occasionally
     
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    01-27-2012, 06:19 PM
  #42
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Originally Posted by gingerscout    
I take a generic mens multivitamin I buy at cvs.. its their version of the expensive one a day ones.. but they make like 20 different kinds.. also Im not a tea fan.. I've tried.. and honey doesent help.. I end up putting in lots of sugar which defeats the purpose of drinking it..lol.. and honestly put up a serious ad on cl that you are willing to work and want to learn.. I did that a few years ago and it worked for me.. that's how I got into it.. it wasnt a big stable I went to and paid money to it was a private barn where the people were more than happy to teach someone who was willing to learn if they put in some work for it.. and I even got to ride occasionally
Okay, cool! Heh, yeah, the generics are the way to go for sure. Bahaha, yeah, ya might as well drink the soda when you put back tea like they make it around here, heh! Syrup, it is. But oh man, I honestly wouldn't mind that a bit. That sounds like a great job to have had, heh! Hard work doesn't particularly scare me, especially since it's exercise (well, beyond the not being able to breathe thing)...maybe I will try an ad on craigslist. Can't hurt!
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