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A New Year a New You - Body Possible

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Post Holiday weight gain? No problem, a New Year a New You

Didn't follow the Christmas survival guide? It's alright I have the solution. So it’s that time of year when we all make resolutions to make ourselves and this new year better than the one before. The holidays are fun but can leave us with an expanded waistline so here are 10 healthy tips to help drop the holiday weight fast. If you only follow a minimum of 4 out of 10 I guarantee you will see an improvement, follow all 10 and the skies the limit.
1. Make fitness a priority. I like to remind people that food is only one part of the equation that determines whether you'll lose or gain weight. Fitness is just as important. Post New Year If anything, you should be trying to work out more than before to curb weight gain and extra eating. One new years resolution we should all keep is lets work out more this year than last to not only lose any extra pounds but to remain fit and healthy.
2. Find a workout you enjoy. There ar…

MEET A MEMBER - MARINA PAGANUCCI

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Meet a Member
Meet Marina Paganucci from Buckingham.

who moved to LA 5 years ago as an Executive Headhunter and now owns her own executive search firm specializing in digital media professionals.
Was there a particular reason you chose LA ? 
I was working for a global search firm at the time in Singapore and they sent me here to start a new digital media division.
What one thing do you miss from home? Country pubs, London, small country villages and Marks & Spencers! (ok, so that’s four)
What do you find the biggest difference is living here versus the UK? Where do I start? There is SO much different here from the UK. For starters, even though people think we speak the same language, we don’t.  Getting understood was the biggest challenge when I first got here, and sometimes still is – we have so many words that are so different: trunk v boot, trolley v cart, caster sugar v bakers sugar – I could go on.  Even asking for a ‘bottle of water’ still gets me the blank stare from someone Amer…