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Get Focused

Then the LORD answered me, “Write the vision. Make it clear on tablets so that anyone can read it quickly.

Habakkuk 2:2 GW

How many times do you plan to do something and then get sidetracked by life, procrastination, work, kids, other tasks, etc.  238 more words


Take Action!

Today I want to follow-up on yesterday’s post about finding your why, with a discussion about taking action towards achieving your health and fitness goals. For many, setting a course of action is easier said than done. 970 more words


Easing In vs. Forcing It

After taking the better part of a year off from a regimented health and fitness plan, it got me thinking about other times in my life where I took a break, whether warranted or not, and what the appropriate approach is to getting back into some semblance of a structured health and fitness regimen. 950 more words


A Habit That Can Reduce Your Stress

I visited a spiritual center over the weekend and had the opportunity to stretch out my daily meditation practice of 12 minutes to 45. The leader was a woman with blue eyes, a wrinkled face and smoky grey hair, she sat on her pillow with a wide smile on her face. 820 more words


Habits Empower You

Habits Have Power

I’m trying to create a few new habits. At my age (no, not telling you) it is no easy task. Benjamin Franklin was spot on when he said, “It is easier to prevent bad habits than to break them.” 637 more words

Gail Cawley Showalter

Take a walk

Feel upset. Take a walk.

Feel stuck. Take a walk.

Feel tired. Take a walk.

Feeling down. Take a walk.

There is almost no mood that a walk can’t improve. 66 more words


Bullet Journaling

I have become addicted to bullet journaling.  Who knew that you could spend hours drawing and coloring!  Seriously, while there is some coloring involved, bullet journaling is such a great way to get all of the junk out of your head and onto paper.   473 more words

Paper Crafting