Dear Friends,

As Spring arrives, we all need to bring our best selves to the forefront. Are you ready to transform your health and fitness level? This month, set aside one hour every morning for personal development matters. Meditate, exercise, visualize your day, and read inspirational texts to set the tone of your day. Find a quiet space and an hour of free time. Sit and breathe slowly. Relax.

Reflect on the following questions:

How would you access your overall health?
How is your diet? Exercise?
Do you have any stress issues?
Sleeping problems?
Do you take vitamins over medications?
If so, write your thoughts about them.

Write out your thoughts and feeling this month in a notebook or journal, adding all areas to consider or access. You may need to think about all this information over a period of time. Begin to explore your vision now and expand it as your thoughts and actions develop and grow.

Take action this month to become your best self!


Love and appreciation,

Imagine yourself being, doing, or having whatever you desire. Feel the way you would if it was in this present moment. Feel gratitude that you have a solution or the new reality has manifested in your life.


Know that you are never alone and that with any heartfelt intention you set for yourself, you are guided beyond what you ever imagined. When you embrace your creativity, the Universe will show you the way. You will be brought into contact with whatever you need to manifest your visualized intention. Stay open to how help will show up in your life. It may not always be apparent at first glance. It’s there. Trust it. Allow the magic to unfold. Open yourself to the serendipity, to the miracles. They’re happening all around you and for you.


Ready Set Live is a personal development and lifestyle, health, and wellness podcast to making your life work. This show will inspire you on a journey of discovery about yourself. Gary Quinn focuses directly on recurring problems and issues that confront us all in today’s hectic and toxic world. He responds with simple, practical, yet deeply insightful, strategies that those seeking to improve their lives and relationships can use to empower themselves. He will be interviewing celebrities, expert guests in personal development, health, fitness, and lifestyle. An entertaining, inspirational, informative show that gives you tools to find health and happiness in all areas of your life.



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One of the five vital organs in the human body, the heart’s job is to pump blood through the circulatory system, providing oxygen and nutrients to the other organs and carrying away waste. Because our hearts function involuntarily – meaning, they beat without our conscious attention – it’s easy not to think about our heart health unless we have a scare. But hearts need the care to perform their job well! Whether you’re in your 20s or in your 60s, taking care of your heart can help strengthen it and protect your arteries and blood vessels. Take these 7 steps to better your heart health!

1. Exercise Regularly
Exercise is good for your health for many reasons, but it’s especially good for your heart health. Moving your body regularly can reduce the amount of blood the heart needs to pump to your muscles by enabling them to pull oxygen out of the blood more efficiently. Plus, exercise can reduce other factors that can negatively affect the heart. Exercise can lower stress hormones and produce endorphins that influence a happy mood. When you get your heart pumping through movement, you can lower your resting heart rate and your blood pressure.

Many people assume they need to spend hours in the gym to see results, but that’s not the case. The amazing thing about exercise is that you don’t need to be an Olympian to see improvements in your overall wellness. Just 30 minutes spent doing low-impact activities like walking, bicycling, or swimming 5 to 7 days a week can make a huge difference.

2. Eat Intentionally
Eating a balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, and protein is generally a good approach, but there are some foods that have more of an impact on heart health than others.

More Heart-Healthy Foods
You’ve probably heard about omega-3 fatty acids and wondered if they’re worth all the hype. In short: they are! These fats, which are also known as docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), can positively impact the heart because they can help reduce the number of triglycerides, which are another type of fat, in your blood. By regulating these inflammatory substances, omega-3 fatty acids can discourage blood clots and plaque buildup while reducing the risk of developing precarious heart rhythms.

Foods rich in omega-3s include:
  • Flaxseeds
  • Chia Seeds
  • Fatty Fish
  • Walnuts
  • Olive Oil
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Avocados

Less Processed Foods

It’s not just breakups that cause broken hearts: Saturated and trans fats can increase your bad cholesterol, which in turn increases your risk for heart disease and stroke. While it’s okay to indulge occasionally, it’s a good idea to avoid consuming these foods daily:
  • Processed Food
  • Cured Meat
  • Deep-Fried Food
  • Sugary Drinks and Treats
  • Margarine

3. Avoid Alcohol—With One Exception
Consuming most types of alcohol is discouraged because it can raise the level of triglycerides in the blood, potentially causing clogged arteries and inducing a heart attack. Excessive alcohol consumption can also trigger disorders like high blood pressure and obesity that also contribute to heart disease.

However, there is some good news for wine lovers. Red wine may positively influence the body’s good cholesterol because of its antioxidant nature. That’s not a free pass to down an entire bottle in a sitting; doctors recommend keeping it to a glass with dinner to encourage the benefits without receiving the drawbacks.

4. Decrease Stress
Letting go of stress is easier said than done, but it is doable. When the body experiences stress, it releases a hormone called cortisol. Over time, high levels of cortisol may change how the blood coagulates and increase the risk of developing high cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood pressure.

The first step is to identify the source of your stress; almost everyone experiences stress in their personal life or at work.

  • A Stressful Job: If getting a new job isn’t an option, try to take small breaks throughout the day to go for a walk, grab a coffee or read a book to clear your head.
  • Personal Stressors: If your personal life is presenting you with challenges, identify or create a support system made up of friends or family whom you can trust that can provide comfort and listen to you vent.
5. Watch Your Numbers
As we age, it’s important to know our cholesterol and blood pressure numbers and what they mean for our hearts. Depending on what your numbers are, your doctor may suggest some lifestyle changes to mitigate health risks.
  • Cholesterol: There are two types of cholesterol: LDL (bad) and HDL (good). LDL is considered “bad” because it can cause buildup in the arteries. When people say they have “high cholesterol,” they mean their LDL levels are high and their HDL levels are low.
  • Blood Pressure: The body experiences high blood pressure when the blood flowing through your vessels is causing too much strain on the artery walls. This is often because plaque and cholesterol buildup has narrowed and hardened the arteries. If the pressure persists, it can cause damage that may lead to a heart attack or stroke.
Both high blood pressure and high cholesterol can be considered “silent killers” because they often don’t present symptoms. That’s why regular checkups are important, even if you feel fine!


Un eficaz manual que te ofrece pautas claras y sencillas para que tu vida funcione. Gary Quinn, reconocido coach americano, te ofrece inspiración, motivación y consejos prácticos para ayudarte a alcanzar tus objetivos personales y profesionales. Durante 31 días dispondrás a diario de las herramientas para forjar tu éxito: un tema de reflexión, un objetivo, un ejercicio y una afirmación para focalizar tu intención en lo que quieres conseguir. Empieza por priorizar tus metas, avanza un poquito cada día, escribe objetivos específicos, céntrate en ellos y el resto vendrá solo. Este libro, de forma sencilla e inspiradora, te ayuda a ganar confianza en ti mismo, a identificar aquello en lo que crees, a sanar tus emociones y crear tu propio camino hacia el éxito. Cambiar tu vida es más fácil de lo que crees.



Today, I attract empowered friends who inspire me.

Today, I am deeply grateful for everything.

Today, I am healthy and exercise easily.








One of my all-time favorite vegan desserts!

20 minutes (Prep Time)
35 minutes (Cook Time)
Serves 4


Roasted Veggies
2 ounces 15 oz can garbanzo beans, rinsed and drained
1 bunch Broccoli, chopped into florets
1 Red cabbage, chopped thin
1 ounce 5-8 oz bag of mixed greens of choice
1 small sweet onion, chopped
3 Garlic cloves, minced
3 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1/2 teaspoon Sea salt
1/2 teaspoon Black pepper

Vegan Pesto
2 cups Freshly Packed Basil, stems removed
3 tablespoons Pine Nuts
3 Garlic cloves, peeled
2 tablespoons fresh squeezed lemon juice
3-4 tablespoons Nutritional Yeast
1/2 teaspoon Sea salt
2-3 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil, divided
3-6 tablespoons Water or Vegetable Broth, divided

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
While the oven is preheating, prepare the chickpeas by rinsing and removing the outer white part off with a paper towel before putting them on a baking sheet.

Drizzle some olive oil on the chickpeas as well as some salt and pepper. Feel free to add as much or as little as you’d like. Shake the pan around to make sure all the chickpeas are evenly coated.

Chop your veggies and prepare on a separate baking sheet also drizzled in olive oil, salt, and pepper.

Put in the oven for 30-35 minutes stirring once after 20 minutes to avoid sticking/burning. Cook until the veggies are soft and chickpeas are golden brown if they are not done after 30-35 minutes. Check to see if everything is done in 5-minute intervals.

While the veggies and chickpeas are cooking, begin preparing the pesto. In a food processor or Vitamix, add the basil, nuts, garlic, lemon juice, nutritional yeast, and sea salt and blend/mix on high until loose paste forms.

Add olive oil a little at a time (streaming in while the machine is on if possible) and scrape down sides as needed. Then add 1 Tbsp. water or vegetable broth at a time until the desired consistency is reached - a thick but pourable sauce. (If avoiding oil altogether, sub the oil with vegetable broth or just use all water.)

Taste and adjust flavor as needed, adding more nutritional yeast for cheesy flavor, salt for overall flavor, nuts for nuttiness, garlic for bite/zing, or lemon juice for acidity.

When everything is all done, combine the veggies and chickpeas into a bowl. Top with pesto or any other dressing of choice. Enjoy!


 “Our intention creates our reality.”

Wayne Dyer

Your mind will always believe everything that you tell it. Feed it the truth. Feed it hope. Feed it with love
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