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Hills and Valleys, The End, The Beginning: 2018

If you’ve been anywhere near me in the last 72 hours, near my car, near the bathroom when I’m in the shower, in the close vicinity when it looks like I’m mumbling to myself, you’ve heard the following words being … Continue reading

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2017

2016 kicked my butt. Most days, I kicked it back. Some days, well, I behaved like a spoiled brat who had her toys taken away from her by a bully and just wanted everyone to “play nice.” No, it was … Continue reading

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#MondayMotivation: Getting By or Getting Fit

It’s not hard for me to get in exercise.   I do it for a living. I work hard because I want to work hard. Because I want it. Here’s the thing: I could teach my classes and train my … Continue reading

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Three Things To Leave Behind In 2015

“New Year. New You.” That’s only true if you do something new. For lots of us (myself included), the New Year needs to bring about more change than vowing to lift more weights and eat more spinach. We just need … Continue reading

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Attitude Check: Your January Gym Personality

Those emotions you have about not being able to get a parking spot, someone being on your favorite treadmill and someone having the audacity to be in your space on the front row in Zumba? That’s real.  It’s real enough … Continue reading

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