Are You “Too Busy”?

  I teach somewhere in the ballpark of 15 classes a week (if I’m helping with class coverage that number is easily closer to 20), in addition to writing and…

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If you did it once, you can do it again

  I was talking to a friend last week about how I feel like I’m always in a constant state of rebuilding my classes.   “What does that tell you?”…

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Plant the Seed

  Over the last few weeks, I’ve had this inward urging that’s been telling me to “do the things” – the things that lead to the BIG things. Talk with…

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Self-Care Is Not Selfish

  It’s so easy to sacrifice ourselves, our time, and our bodies for something or someone else.   Since coming back from my retreat in CA a month ago, I’ve…

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How I’m Measuring My Life

  Years ago, there was only three things I measured in my life:   1. My weight   2. How many hours I worked out at the gym/ how many…

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Why You Should Care a Little Less

  “I’m really struggling with this one class I teach,” my friend told me over lunch.   I nodded, knowing how stressful the last year has been for her in…

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The Wake-up Call

  Last week, Kimberly Spreen-Glick, an innovator and change agent in the fitness industry – and someone who I consider a huge mentor (though we’ve never met in person) –…

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The Open-Hearted Truth Teller

  “You know what we’re going to put you in?” she said.   My eyes rolled back in my head at the tangible excitement in her voice. I knew that…

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The Detour is the Destination

  The shortest distance between two points is a straight line.   That’s what we’ve been taught anyways, right? In any geometric problem, you can count on this unwavering fact.…

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