Work It Out - 05/20/14

As the hot weather creeps our way, and Memorial Day Weekend quickly approaches... I've been making an extra effort to eat healthy and workout more. I try to mix up cardio and yoga- and I've recently added heavier weights to my workout routine. We all have body parts we'd like to improve- my spot- my arms. I feel like no matter what I do, they don't shape up the way I'd like them to look. With that said, no more complaining. I'm challenging myself to 30 days of clean eating and steady working out (just to start)... I will update you on my progress! What would you like to work on for yourself? Any workout tips? @ErinSteerClear

 

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Last Update on December 26, 2014 10:06 GMT

THANK YOU NOTE CONTEST

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Thanks a lot. Writing thank you notes is a lost art. The National Archives Museum in Washington is helping kids write thank you notes for all of their holiday gifts. The National Archives is hosting a thank you note writing contest on Dec. 30. The museum will provide ideas and a fill-in-the blanks handout. All children who enter the contest will get a thank you card and an envelope to take home to use for a real thank you note. Copies of great thank you notes from the National Archives collection will also be on view.

BABY JESUS STOLEN

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- Baby Jesus is missing -- at least from the nativity scene outside the Washington state Capitol. The Olympian newspaper reports the sponsor of the Christmas holiday display bought a baby doll at a thrift shop as a replacement. Washington State Patrol spokesman Bob Calkins says the Jesus case is being treated as a theft.

CHRISTMAS SURPRISE

ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) -- It was a Christmas gift too big to wrap. Jared Brigmon not only bought his fiancee everything in the store -- he bought the store, too. Brigmon's gift to girlfriend Misty Maurer is Bling, a women's shoes and accessory store in a St. Cloud, Minnesota, mall. Maurer tells the St. Cloud Times she and her daughters are loyal customers. Maurer was in tears as she got the keys. She adds her daughters want to know if now they get everything for free.

REALLY EARLY RECRUITMENT

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Sometimes it is too soon to start. The University of Iowa recently sent out recruitment packets to more than a thousand students. But these students aren't high school seniors, they're sill in elementary school. The Iowa City Press-Citizen reports confused parents have been calling the university to find out why. University officials say it's due to a clerical error. The University of Iowa offers a camp program. It was the camp information packet that was supposed go to the families of the school kids.

 
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