Exercise Keeps You Healthy and Active

Exercise Keeps You Living and insures good health

I have COPD so exercise is a necessity of life. The old saying is if you don't use it, you lose it-- and nothing could be more true when it comes to our life's mobility.  I use a treadmill for 30 minutes at least 5 days per week.

I've had times of illness when I was too weak to follow my standard regimen of exercise; treadmill 5 days a week and weight exercise 3 times a week. When this happens, I reach a weakened state where it's difficult to walk more than a few steps.

The bad part is, my exercise regimen goes back to the beginning when I reach that place of little movement. But the more you move--the more you want to move. I walk the treadmill 15 minutes a day - 3 days a week, in the beginning after a severe episode or illness. Weight exercise for arms and upper body are still 3 times a week but greatly reduced in length of each exercise.

==>> Within 3 days I feel a difference <<==


Got Your Walking Shoes on?

Got your Walking Shoes On?

You better have some good Walking Shoes this weekend with Holiday Trick or Treating just around the corner.

You have a little more time to buy a new pair of Reebok's Walking Shoes for the Holidays in December. I don't know about you but that's the busiest month of the year for me. "Oh yea....I have Grandchildren!"

Check out  Reebok's Quick Sale during the Next 3 days! 

Get some new Walking Shoes at Reduced Rates Now!
 Deep discounts for a short period of time. You better hurry!

A quick note to let you know the details of Reebok's Sale!


Don't forget Reebok's has Sportswear for Men and Women too!

Do Discount Prescription Eyeglasses Cost Less Online?

Do Discount Prescription Eyeglasses Cost Less Online?

My husband and I have an eye exam every 3 years or so. I know they recommend yearly but really, who could afford a new pair of glasses every year. I sure can't.

$$ Well, Hubby and I waited 3 years this time and I still flinched as the clerk tallied the price. $$

We are on Medicare which paid a small amount on Hubby's glasses, but I'm on Medicare with a Supplement, (because I have COPD and many more medical expenses than Hubby) which meant my Medicare only paid a big fat 0! on any eye glasses I purchased. Hubby's exam was $58.00, with glasses his total was $202.00 Not bad, I say.

My eye exam, on the other hand, cost $186.00 (which my Supplement paid all except $18.00 because an eye exam is considered Medical attention.) Curiously, hubby and I both had the exact same eye exam.  Yet, Hubby's exam cost $58.00 while my exam cost $186.00 - Did I see that right? 

Yes, I did see that price right. So, Does that mean the better the insurance the higher the cost? hmmmm. Maybe...

So much for my thinking my bill would be similar to Hubby's. I wiggle into the swivel chair in front of the mirror and smile at the clerk who will fashion me a good deal and the best frames just like she did for Hubby.

Nope! As I try-on frames for my new eyes, I glance at the numbers scribbled on the Clerk's notepad. The top number reads $450.00! and we haven't even mentioned my progressive bi-focals.

"Wait!" I say, as she hands me a pair of glasses to try on. I'm pointing at that crazy number--

"I know," she nods, "I can add the progressives, if you like."

"If the glasses are $450.00 and you haven't included the progressive lenses yet, I don't want them," I was blunt but I was also angry.

Reebok! and the EasyTone Shoes

 Reebok! and the Easy Tone Shoes

Their Labor Day Sale is over but Reeboks are still the best shoe around. I love these Easy Tone Essentials for women. Great colors and on the Treadmill, these shoes are heaven.
The colors available are Fantabulous!

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