Hi, I’m Amanda! Welcome to Eat, Spin, Live!
I am a 22 year old girl living in Texas with a passion for nutrition, healthy eating, staying active, and living life to the fullest! I just graduated from college with by Bachelors of Science in Psychology and am currently working towards my Masters in General Counseling! I love helping people in any way that I possibly can...
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Bipolar disorder 1 tries to run my life, but I won't let that happen. In addition, I am a domestic violence survivor with over 15 years of freedom. I have two amazing daughters, a fantastic son-in-law, three awesome grandsons, and the most unbelievably wonderful husband. I am a chocoholic who enjoys baking bread, reading, and writing.
I am almost 7o years, healthy and hearty. I am a Chemical Engineer, self employed,in CHEMAGE , work as Trainer, Advisor & Consultant. My wife is a Doctor a Padetrician . Practicing. I conduct classes in Career Counseling, and deliver lectures in Institution of Engineers Pakistan, and in NED Engineering University.
Beside I train engineers in HSE,pertaining to Oil And Gas...
Bobbie, 5' 1" tall, 155 lbs, somewhat apple shaped body, exercise three days a week including walling 3/4 of a miles from Car to office five days a week. Eating habits are 80% of what they should be-vegetables, fish, chicken are the meals eating daily with little or no desserts, less bread than ever-twice a week max
I was diagnosed with Celiac Sprue after a several years of extreme illnesses, exhaustion, unexplained tummy issues, “ulcers”, etc through a biopsy. I will never forget standing in my wedding gown for the last fitting, answering the phone and hearing the diagnosis. I was a bit… well.. gobsmacked, to say the least. The doctor stated the mystery disease and told me that I could...