Little Changes Yield Big Results

Now is the time to start planning for warm sunny days, fresh blueberries and a full tank of gas! Yes! I understand that many of us are dealing with subzero temperatures and see white stuff falling from the sky. As I write this post, I am sitting under 2 blankets and drinking hot coffee. But summer will be here before we know it and we will be wishing we had made some little changes back in January to get ready for that warmer weather. Here are a few little changes that I’m making now that will hopefully yield big results.

little changes yield big results

Little Changes Yield Big Results

Take a minute and think about what you want to be doing in 6 months. When June hits and school is out, do you want to go on a long road trip? Are you planning some time on the beach? Planning a move, a big yard sale or a wedding?


Now think about things you can do right now to help you be ready for that summer goal. Do you need to lose a few pounds so you will feel ready to wear a summer sundress or shorts? Do you need to start saving money so you can pay for gas on a long road trip? Is it time to start cleaning out the attic and sorting things into boxes for a yard sale?

Sometimes the best way to get ready for big results is to make small changes.

Here are a few of the little changes I’m incorporating into my life now so I’ll be ready for our summer goals.

  • Clean out the kids toys and outgrown books so we can start saving for summer vacation.
  • Continue to make better food choices. This past weeekend I made frozen yogurt blueberries pop using these Treat Pops. Whether you’re cooking, snacking or pursuing healthy habits, adding blueberries is an easy way to add a healthy twist to your meal.
frozen yogurt blueberry pop
Frozen Yogurt Blueberry pop
  • Smaller things like drinking more water or incorporating more blueberries into your diet are great little changes to make in order to live healthier in 2015.
  • The domestic blueberry season runs from April to September, and once that wrap up, imports from Chile, Peru and Argentina start flowing in. So you can always find juicy plump blueberries in the supermarket just like you do all summer.
  • You can stock up on frozen or freeze-dried berries to use when you can’t get to the store to buy fresh.
  • Blueberries have just 80 calories per serving (one cup).
  • With 3.6 grams of fiber per serving, blueberries help you meet your daily recommended intake of fiber.
  • Blueberries contribute vitamins and minerals including vitamin C, vitamin K and manganese, making them a good choice to help meet nutrient needs.

Frozen Yogurt Blueberry Pops



Frozen Yogurt Blueberry Pops
Recipe Type: Dessert
Author: Sharon Williams
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  • Frozen yogurt
  • Fresh Blueberries
  • Whipped Cream
  • Ice Cream Pops
  1. Fill the ice cream pops with layers of blueberries, frozen yogurt and whip cream.
  2. Freeze till ready for snacking.



What little changes will you start making so you will be ready for big results this summer? I’d love to hear!

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  1. Sharon, again, thanks for another great tip. I just put the push-up pop containers on my Amazon wish list. This looks so tasty (and you also get healthy as a bonus).

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