Learn in 15: 15 minute meals and workouts to keep you lean and healthy

Learn in 15: 15 minute meals and workouts to keep you lean and healthy

Lean in 15: 15 minute meals and workouts to keep you lean and healthy Author: Joe Wicks Paperback: 224 pages Publisher: Bluebird, 2015 Language: English Product Dimensions: 18.9 x 1.8 x 24.6 centimeters wholesale food packaging – paper bag supplier – kraft paper – butchers paper suppliers – greaseproof paper suppliers Book description In his first book, Joe Wicks, aka The Body Coach, reveals how to shift your body fat by eating more and exercising less. Lean in 15 features 100 recipes for nutritious, quick-to-prepare meals and guides you through Joe’s signature HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) home workouts – revealing how to combine food and exercise to ignite intense fat-burning. Product code:...

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Pole Shift

Pole Shift

There were no signs of movement on the road. Just a wide expanse of thick white snow. At least the snowfall had stopped and the sun was out. Dayton stopped and got her sunglasses out of her bag and put them on. Hoping she was staying on the road, such as it was, Dayton headed for the small, steady stream of smoke climbing into the cold air high up on the valley wall at the far end. She slammed on the brakes suddenly when, even though it was bright outside, or perhaps because of it, she almost ran into a huge snow drift. Life was full of challenges now, but snow drifts are just the beginning when you are facing a pole shift. wholesale food packaging supplies – online wholesale – removals north london A few words about the author Jerry D Young was born at home, in Senath, Missouri July 3, 1953. At age 5 the family rented a small farm house on an active farm 40 miles southwest of St. Louis. While the family weren’t farmers, they lived something of a homestead type life, raising a milk cow, sometimes two, and calves, a pig or two, chickens, and the occasional goat. Along with the stock, a large garden helped to feed Jerry’s three brothers and two sisters for several years. Fishing and hunting contributed to the pantry, as did foraging the wild edibles on the property. At the age of 14, the family, minus a brother and two sisters that were now adults and on their own, moved back to Senath. Having been encouraged from an early age to read, Jerry was a regular patron of the Senath Branch Library. A love of a good story was born within him, and shortly before graduating high school, for a lack of stories that he liked at the library, he began to write short vignettes, and started taking notes for stories that he wanted to tell. Well, a full life interceded, and the writing didn’t resume for several years. But while working a job with a much free time, and the then newfangled home computer, Jerry began to write in earnest. With the occasional gap in the process, Jerry continued to research and write, never believing he could ever be published. But when he turned 50, he wanted a change in his life, left the job he was doing and began focusing on his writing. When he became ill, the writing stopped, but not the inspiration. When he started writing again, in 2004, after getting the medical problems under control, he began to read some on-line stories dealing with emergency preparedness, one of his other loves. The die was cast. Now with over a hundred of the vignettes and short stories about how to survive disasters written, along with his other novels, Jerry decided to go for broke, adding...

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Monte Vista Village (The Survivor Diaries Book 1)

Monte Vista Village (The Survivor Diaries Book 1)

The apocalypse— would you survive? I’m Laura, and I survived global nuclear war. When I walked out into the devastated landscape, I didn’t find zombies, witches or vampires— what I found was infinitely worse; it was real.  Is this our reckoning? Our tormentor is no longer the enemy; it is what’s left of the desperate earth. My neighbors are starving and sick from the biochemicals in the air. Our food, water and meds are running low. Our only hope is to come together to stay alive.  packaging suppliers – wholesalers uk Who will lead us to salvation? Certainly not me. Why would it be me? The Army Colonel should be the leader of the Village, not me. Can my story have a happily ever after? Can it have any ever...

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