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Four Easy Blends to Get Juiced

Posted: September 16, 2014 in Health, Improvement
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Today we’re getting juiced! No not that kind of juiced involving steroids, but the kind with, you know, ACTUAL juice.

With the convenience of prepackaged garbage they call food on the shelves of every grocery store it can sometime be difficult to sit down, prepare the food, and eat a wholesome meal with the some real nutritional value.

Similar to the concept of “drinking your calories” often spoken when weightlifters go on bulking season, so too can you “drink” your food with these five easy blends anyone with a Wal-Mart nearby and blender/juicer on the counter can make.

Triple M

Honeydew Melon
Musk Melon
Mint Leaves

Equal amounts of each melon and throw in as much mint as you desire. I personally like a heavier minty flavor due me not being a big fan of melon, but can be a refreshing drink on a hot day.

Mean Green

Kale
Broccoli
Spinach
Green apple
Parsley

What I first started out juicing with, a very vegetable heavy mix, this can be a little too much for the new comer. Adding lime or a green apple can help make it a little sweeter.

They called him Malone…Water-Malone.

Watermelon
Kale
Red apple
Lemon/lemon juice

Sweeter blend with barely a hint of kale taste, this too can be a easy down on a hot summer day.

And my personal favorite at the moment.

Mother Earth

Bears…BEETS!…Battle Star Galactica!
Red apples
Ginger

Tastes like what it is. Mother Earth with a tad of sweet flavor. You can reduce the earthy flavor by peeling the beet, but I think I kind of like it myself and you don’t wanna miss out on the benefits beet juice.

There you have it, four easy blends for getting juiced. To get more on getting juiced head on over to Mike’s Fit Juice site.

Peace.

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Do the thing and you will have the power. Ralph Waldo Emerson uttered these words nearly 150 years ago that still ring timeless to this day. A lot of the time when people ask questions about productivity, they fall into one of two categories.

One being these are already productive people looking to actually be more efficient. These are people working eight hours a day and coming home to a side hustle looking to minimize clutter and distractions as well as maximize product moved or created.

Strictly by definition, this is already productivity at its finest. What would be next for this person is automating small task that take away from their main focus. Direct deposits, passive incomes, outsourcing even are just a few things to expedite the process.

The second kind is the person who is a undisciplined, lazy sloth. This is the type that will read blogs or self-help books all day to try and master the techniques described by the self proclaimed gurus. They will feel motivated for the time they are reading the book, but lack the discipline to follow through on it’s advice.

Do the thing

Do the thing. You might not feel like it, you very likely might not even be motivated enough to get up off your couch. I get it, it’s comfortable and what may seem like more enjoyable there laying there and watching Netflix.

I’m always tired after working eight to five at the day job before going to the gym after, but I know it’s worth it so I do it anyway. More often than I even feel more energized and sleep better after working out.

After getting it done at the day job, I already feel accomplished. (I get a sense of satisfaction from the day job…for now.) From just one week of getting up early, going to work, kicking ass at my job, and forcing myself to go the gym and read interesting books, it’s like I get off on it.

It feels good to be doing things and becoming accomplished. Slacking off may feel good at the time, but is unsustainable to say the least.

Doing the thing consistently, and with a little momentum behind you, you will have the power.

The power

The power for what? The power to do what? The power to do anything. The result in doing the thing is the power of mastering it. You don’t get big watching lifting competitions and you don’t have game from reading pick up manuals. Looking at you game theorist forum jockeys.

And with this new found power comes the momentum needed to keep the ball rolling in terms of productivity. You will exceed your goals one after another and nothing will stand in your way. Nothing will ever be enough for you and will be one powerful mother fucker.

With this country being the worlds largest consumer society it also is the worlds largest producer society (maybe second to China now that I think of it) Which means there is room for anything you can create. An insatiable appetite for the next big thing or even some great packaging behind an already known concept can make you a success in any endeavor.

Productivity brews productivity. It’s the Law of Attraction.

Choose the thing, do the thing, and you will have the power like He-Man.

Peace.