ALemonLover, Hydration, Lemons

Lemon TidBits! πŸ‹

πŸ‹Lemons can be kept at room temperature for around 8 to 12 days give or take. When I make my morning lemon water, I like to have a room temperature lemon. I then roll it with the palm of my hand to get the inner juices flowing. Rolling your lemon helps to break down the internal fibers in the lemon and release the juice.

You can also store lemons in your refrigerator if you need to keep them longer. Just make sure that they are not jammed together. It is best to have them in a container that allows air to circulate. Think of how they often come in mesh bags…. this is a clue as to how to store your lemons.πŸ‹

EnJOY!

Vitamins for the Body, Your Amazing Life

Stay Inspired to ‘Do The Little Things’

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Here I am in Honolulu enjoying 10 beautiful days, and not only did I bring my juicer with me to make celery juice, but I am making sure I am doing my warm lemon water in the morning too! It turns out my day planner is the perfect cutting board to cut up my slices of sunshine. πŸ™‚

I am staying “Inspired” to stay consistent in adding in small things that make a difference even while traveling. Little things do become big things when done consistently. Be persistent in little daily steps towards better health and vitality. It’s so worth it. We cannot enjoy life if we do not feel well in mind, body, and spirit so don’t forget to SMILE today also!! Smiling counts as a little thing that is a big thing when it comes to being a health hack πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

En-JOY the day and remember the little things do count! Stay inspired…..

Maggie Holbik.com is a Board Certified Nutritionist and Certified Life Coach who is like everyone else on their journey… plugging away, having ups and downs, but trying to be consistent in small healthy changes that can make a big difference. She hopes you find inspiration to add in things into your daily routine that can help to increase your wellness of body, mind and spirit.