Join Me Tomorrow for #OnionChat

Since the beginning of the year I’ve been feeling kinda sluggish.  Admittedly, the holidays were busy at my house, but thankfully, I don’t feel like I ate overate or ate too many sweets.  Maybe it’s post-holiday blahs, or maybe it’s my body’s way of saying, hey give it a rest.  Whatever the reason, I’ve been looking for that shot in the arm to get motivated.  If anyone else is like me, please speak up!

While misery might love company, I would much rather ditch this slump.  So, how about a solution for all of us in that ho-hum winter mode?  I’m all in and I think I’ve got our ticket to “see-ya-later-slugville”.  Are you ready?  Come on, sit up straight. I’ve got something important I want to share with you *smiling*.

Tomorrow I’m co-hosting my fourth #OnionChat, Twitter party with Sharon Palmer, RD author of the recently released book, “The Plant Powered Diet”.  You might recall she was the guest blogger last week

I’m not a big “resolution” maker, but I am striving for more balance in my life this year.  This includes eating better which is why I am personally REALLY excited to learn more about the Plant-Powered Diet. I am especially excited, because the plant-powered diet is all inclusive – meaning no food group is left out.  That means whether you are an omnivore, vegetarian or vegan, this diet can be tailored to fit your personal preferences. How cool is that?!

Whether you’re on Twitter or not, I hope you’ll consider joining us.  #OnionChat is tomorrow (January 17, 2013 at 4pm EST).  Registering and joining is easy: //bit.ly/onionchatveggies

Join us, even if you’re not on Twitter. Sharon is going to helps us discover why and how a plant-powered diet can help us lead a healthier life.  She’s even sharing fifteen tips to get us started towards a more veggie/plant based diet.  If you want a peek at her “Top 15 Tips check them out: //sharonpalmer.com/blog_details.php?article_id=269.

We’re looking forward to having you join us tomorrow!

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