The Korea Predicament and T-Tapp Challenge Update

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Hello Readers,

I need to make a post to let everyone know that I’m okay! We’re all okay here.
Yesterday North Korea attacked a South Korean island, killing two marines, destroying houses, and causing mass panic.
Read about it here.
I know that a lot of my family and friends have heard about it on the news, and I just want you all to know that I’m fine. There’s no pandemonium here, but everyone is a little on edge. Me too.
Keep South Korea in your prayers ya’ll. And not just South Korea, North Korea too. You know those people are in a really bad situation now, and a lot of them don’t have any options. It’s a scary atmosphere there, and they need prayer just as much as anyone.
Now, moving on to lighter hearted things…

Hello Readers,

I need to make a post to let everyone know that I’m okay! We’re all okay here.
Yesterday North Korea attacked a South Korean island, killing two marines, destroying houses, and causing mass panic.
Read about it here.
I know that a lot of my family and friends have heard about it on the news, and I just want you all to know that I’m fine. There’s no pandemonium here, but everyone is a little on edge. Me too.
Keep South Korea in your prayers ya’ll. And not just South Korea, North Korea too. You know those people are in a really bad situation now, and a lot of them don’t have any options. It’s a scary atmosphere there, and they need prayer just as much as anyone.
Now, moving on to lighter hearted things…
T-TAPP challenge update.
I’m still learning the basics. Going by the book is a lot more difficult than I originally thought. Apparently, I’m a visual learner. It’s easier for me to learn how to do something by seeing it done. So, I end up having to read directions over and over again until I can get it right. It’s not too bad, it just takes longer.
I’m looking forward to buying the ‘Basic Workout’ DVD in a few weeks.
I’m feeing fantastic!
I can feel the strength in my stomach muscles, and my posture has really improved. I pay more attention now to how I’m sitting and standing, and it’s really improved a lot of things.
Also, I’ve been doing Hoedowns after meals for the past few days. haha Hoe downs are an exercise that have been known to lower your glucose spikes by 60-80% after eating. It looks like a really simple exercise and can be done almost anywhere, but man… it’s not as easy as it looks by the second set.
It gets my energy flowing big time! I feel more awake and energized after doing a set of hoedowns than I do after a cup of coffee. And what’s better? No caffeine crash!
My back muscles are staying sore, which is a good sign to me. It means that I’m finally working those muscles that were always so neglected before.
The added energy and strength that I’m already feeling in my stomach and back is really keeping me on board with T-Tapp.
Want to see something amazing? Watch this video:
Until next post,
~A.


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