Day 2 – 26 Day Detox

I woke up today at 11am. I started my day by stepping on the scale which showed 210 pounds. Hmm, did I really lose 5 pounds the first day? It would appear so. We’ll see how it goes as the program continues. I couldn’t resist today, but I plan on weighing myself once a week. I then drank a dropper full of GSG Ultimate Minerals in 8 ounces of water. Shortly after that I blended and drank a no-fruit green smoothie. Later in the afternoon I cooked up a serving of organic rolled oats with a sprinkle of organic cinnamon Continue Reading →

Day 1 – 26 Day Detox

Normally I would wake up around 7:30 am and head downstairs abound 8 and make myself a smoothie with raspberries, pineapples, a banana, green tea, and a scoop of protein powder. This morning I waited for my sister so we could prepare and eat breakfast together. We each got busy doing things and ended up eating a bowl of oatmeal around 11am. Then our No-Fruit Green Smoothie around 2pm, and a baked potato around 4:30 pm, and the Cumber Tomato Salad around 7pm. Not exactly on schedule, but then I guess that doesn’t really matter.   I had wanted to Continue Reading →

What I Want From The 26 Day Detox Program

It can be helpful when going through the life changing 26 Day Detox program, which will most likely come with some challenges as your body goes through changes, to think about, and write down what you want from the program. What you want, or your “why” for doing the program will help you when things get stuff. This is what I want from my 26 Day Detox. I want to feel healthier, lighter, and move with greater ease. I want my clothes to fit better, and feel more comfortable. I want to develop new habits: I want to consume more Continue Reading →

Commitment Made to Greatly Improve My Health

I clicked on the link under the first video titled: “Learn More About Our Live-Supported Detox Event”. This took me to the order page with additional information about the program. There are five levels of participation: Manual Only – ebook. Manual Only – Print. Full Support Membership. Full Support for 2 Membership. Lifetime Membership. Since my sister and I were going to do the program together as “buddy”, I selected the Full Support for 2 Membership. This save us each $57.00 each over the single membership. This membership included two each of the following: Manuals. Quick Start Guides. Invitations to Continue Reading →

A Healthy Offer

My sister asked me if I would be interested in joining her in doing a 26 Day Detox program. She went on to tell me a little about the program I’m a little over weight, and my health could certainly use some improvement, so I said I would take a look at it and decide. She forwarded me a link to a video titled “Class #1: Could Toxicity Be Why I’m Sick? The 7 Types of Toxins in Your Body & How to Eliminate Them” from the Detox Masterclass – How To Live Clean In A Toxic World! Video series Continue Reading →

Time To Go Home

Departing Cebu Getting through the Cebu / Mactan Airport proved to be quite an interesting experience. We entered the airport, walked about a hundred yards, and up a ramp, dragging our luggage until we found a cart to ease the burden. We waited in line for the first security checkpoint. Once in the main terminal we walked to the far end, about three hundred yards, to the Asiana counter to receive our boarding passes, and check our bags. We were then required to take our boarding pass half way back down the concourse to another counter, wait in line and Continue Reading →

Last Day in the Philippines

We didn’t plan much for our last day in the Philippines. I spent the morning organizing my things, and repacking my bags. I needed to now make room for souvenirs and other items I planned on purchasing today. I met my friends in the hotel lobby around noon. We walked a short distance, made our way through the  Jeepney center, across the street, and arrived at the Ayala Center. There was a line to get into the mall, as people were working their way through the security check point. I had not eaten anything yet, so our first stop was Continue Reading →

Back to Cebu

I arranged a van from the Pura Vida Resort to take me to the airport, leaving at 5:00am. I got through security and checked in without incident. After a short wait, I boarded my Cebu Pacific Air flight. We landed on a wet tarmac at Cebu / Mactan International Airport. I boarded a shuttle bus and was taken to the terminal. I entered, retrieved by checked bag then walked outside where an attendant led me to a waiting taxi. I instructed the driver to take me to the Quest Hotel. At the Quest Hotel, I checked in and went to Continue Reading →

Sunday Morning in Dumaguete

I awoke to the low humming of the wall mounted air conditioning unit, and the chirping of birds just outside my bungalow. I swung my feet over the edge of the bed, stood up and walked to the bathroom. Upon exiting the bathroom I walked to the sliding glass door, pulled back the draperies, and took in the beautiful view of the lush dew kissed grounds just beyond the bamboo railing of my Bungalow’s porch. I changed my shorts, slipped on my shoes, open the sliding glass door, and stepped out onto the porch. I breathed in deeply enjoying the Continue Reading →

Resorting in Dumaguete

From Tagbilaran City, I embarked on the two hour OceanJet ferry ride to Dumaguete. A short time after exiting the ferry, my phone rang. It was my friend Michael. He was waiting for me just outside the gate to the ferry terminal. After loading my bags, and hoping into his van, Michael took me for a tour of the down town area of Dumaguete City, it was a very short tour. We then drove to the Calvary Chapel Training Center.   Michael showed me around the expansive Calvary Chapel Training Center (CCTC), which houses the Calvary Chapel Bible College. While Continue Reading →