There, I’ve said it. The F word. Say it loud, say it proud. The F word can raise eyebrows, cause some people to cringe and others to gasp. It is a word that has many meanings and depends on the context in which it is uttered. The F word is versatile, that’s for sure. Yep.Continue reading “The F Word”
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Let’s Get Moving!
Ah, exercise. The bane of my existence. I have never really enjoyed exercise. Sure, when I was young, I was in track and field. I played badminton. I cross-country skied. I tried aerobics (you go, Olivia Newton-John), jazz dance, joining a gym, jogging, racquetball, etc. I tried riding a bike. Walking. You know how itContinue reading “Let’s Get Moving!”
How Old Are You?
Does your age define you? Do you look in the mirror and think, “Oooh, what happened there?” Do you find yourself walking a bit more slowly? Does it take longer to bounce back after a minor injury? Do you ever walk into a room and wonder what the heck you are doing there? Let’s beContinue reading “How Old Are You?”
It’s All About Balance
In past blogs, we’ve chatted about procrastination and time management. That’s all fine and dandy, but no matter how good you are at managing your time, you are bound to end up doing some juggling. And that’s okay as long as it doesn’t become a habit or take over your life. The secret is balance.Continue reading “It’s All About Balance”