Show up. Do the work. Repeat. You win by showing up 100% and going the distance for YOUR individual "marathons". Whatever they may be.
Exercise is the equivalent of a mind calming drug I can't afford to miss a dose of, so for me, the earlier in the day the better. That said, I believe biorhythms and other individual variants determine each person's optimal time frame for peak performance. That's why paying attention to what your body is telling and... Continue Reading →
Let's say you've been led to move your body daily, hoping to drop some weight in the process. After reading positive research about the benefits of walking you decide that along with making healthier food choices, you'll start logging in those 10,000 steps quoted in a study you've read deemed to be a reasonable amount for a... Continue Reading →
If you've tried to no avail to let go of a habit/substance/behavior that you just can't seem to shake, you may believe you're out of options. I see it this way: if you've not yet arrived at an option that works for you, it just means it’s still out there yet to be uncovered. There... Continue Reading →
"And it's your own fault because you're so wishy-washy!" says an exasperated Sally to her big brother Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving after he allows Peppermint Patty to steamroll him into hosting a Thanksgiving dinner that he is incapable of delivering on, at least as far as delivering the kind of dinner she'd... Continue Reading →
The thing about being comfortable is that it sneaks up on you, embracing you in the blanketed coziness of familiarity that tends to blur your awareness that I'm. Not. Moving. Forward. Um, sorry. I didn't seem to notice. I was justsadamn comfortable... If you're familiar with the movie RainMan, you may remember Raymond Babbit's frenzied insistence in adhering to the comfort... Continue Reading →