I took my twin boys out driving the other day. Twin A had a really good day. Twin B had a fairly off day. As twins their dynamic is always fascinating. They compete with each other and it serves them well. They work hard to edge out each other out. However, they also have a… Read More We All Need a Partner
Last week I posted the number one list I love – you can find it Here. This week, I’m swooning over this list by Steve Kamb who wrote Level Up Your Life (link will take you to Amazon because I thoroughly believe everyone needs this). It’s kind of self-help meets rules for life meets tough… Read More Part Two: Lists I Love – Rules of the Rebellion
I haven’t fallen off the health wagon completely. I’m holding onto the underside of the carriage in hopes of working my way back up. As I wiggle and squirm to hold on, I’ll share why exercise is so important to me:
As a writer, I sit more than I should admit. I can get awful cranky when I don’t expend enough energy. Especially, if I’m mentally taxing my brain, but not my body. Exercise is a must. It keeps the oxygen pumping to my brain. It makes me feel accomplished when I push myself to… Read More Exercise on a Tight Budget
Some days we lack the desire to exercise. Whether it be from a cruddy night’s sleep, or plain old lack of motivation, sometimes it’s hard to find the oomph. Here’s to your motivation! Find a quote that speaks volumes to you. Print it. Tape it beside your bed. Look at it. Live it.
How many times have you picked up a magazine, opened an email, or followed a Twitter link to a Couch to 5k training program only to discover the author seems to have forgotten Couch means lack of exercise? Their idea of a beginner plan is 3 minutes of running, followed by 1 minute of walking.… Read More Best Beginner C25K Training Plans
I used to track exercise by placing a star on a twelve month calendar. I could see how many days I worked out in one glance. It was nice. It worked. I thought that was good enough. I like to track things: My to-do list, my exercise, my writing, my children’s antics. I downloaded… Read More Why You Should Track Your Exercise