I recently came across this New York Times article titled “Can’t Do the 7-Minute Workout? Neither Can I.” It’s a good article, but I was immediately put-off by the title. I wondered why. It bothered me because I feel it gives the message that it’s OK if you can’t do a 7-minute workout. With our… Read More
It’s not unusual to want to skip a workout, or heck naw, not even want to get moving at all. Everyone has a bad day now and then. Even a bad week or month. We have to have a positive outlook, and—most importantly—personal goals toward a bigger purpose to Keep At It. Positive thinking and… Read More
I’m impressed and happy for the people I meet who are in good shape. Health is the million dollar lottery, and they won that golden ticket. They figured it out. Somehow they kept the unhealthy stuff at bay. They wear their work ethic on their body. Genes and family history could have something to do… Read More
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” —Leonardo DaVinci I crave simplicity. The concept behind it is so attractive to me. One of the best people I’ve ever met explained to me that they live life BEST when things are SIMPLE. When their phone isn’t buzzing and things aren’t flashing. I like calm, too, and admire those… Read More
I saw it on a license plate It’s message made me hesitate SLF-DSC What this message meant to me: Self Discovery—Self Discipline Either way it’s a win-win For every situation!
When I came across this excerpt from The War of Art by Steven Pressfield one Friday afternoon, it rumbled through my mind ALL weekend: Are you a born writer? Were you put on this earth to be a painter, a scientist, an apostle of peace? In the end the question can only be answered by… Read More