It’s time to break in the new Yoga instructor!

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Last month, my favorite yoga instructor, Shoreh, informed me that she would not continue to teach the Saturday morning class after the start of the New Year. I have taken yoga from many different instructors and have witnessed many different styles over the years. Some great, some bearable, and some …… let’s just say they didn’t get a second chance. I empathize with anyone stepping into that class and trying to fill her shoes because Shoreh is just that awesome. In fact, she got a … [Read more...]

Top Ten January 2014

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    Jewel White has got to be one of the sweetest, most encouraging and supportive women I have ever met. Please give her page a like and visit her shop!           A friend recently introduced me to Pho Saigon. I LOVE the Chicken Noodle soup. mmmmmmm                 iPad Air is the newest iPad. Very light weight and super fast! My mom is loving the one she got … [Read more...]

Can you fit into your “Skinny Jeans”?

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I know tons of people that continuously struggle with their weight. It’s up and down all the time for them. Old habits are hard to break and new ones even harder to create. It seems like they will be “good” for a while, lose the weight they wanted to shed and then the slow climb back up on the scale immediately resumes.  One only has to take a look in the grocery baskets of most people to understand why they gain the weight back.  But I’m not going to address our eating habits, portion … [Read more...]

Selfless Selfishness

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I had a conversation with my Granny the other day, where she told me about a friend of hers that had recently passed away. Naturally this event upset her greatly but the newspaper obituary had her in a tailspin. In the write up, the woman’s name was NOT listed as Mrs. Betty Philips but as Mrs. Thomas Philips (her surviving husband’s name). The article mentioned nothing of her personal victories/ internal self, just of external affiliates such as family and their accomplishments. I believe it … [Read more...]

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Dance Walk group with Dana

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Slow and Steady Wins the Race

Slow and Steady Wins the Race

  I have been on this quest since the first of the year to live a healthier lifestyle.  When you fall into bad habits it seems to take a little longer to bounce back because you have all of those foods that you love but that are bad for you calling your name every time you get hungry.  Maybe it’s me but I crave them even more when I’m forcing myself NOT to eat them. Yes I need to lose a few pounds but I have decided that this time I’m not going to try and lose them overnight.  I … [Read more...]

We’ve got the Official Playlist for the Dance Walking Video

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Cindy climbs back up the Physical Cliff!

Kathryn and Cindy Physical Cliff

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Keep Moving Forward

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    The other day I went into the gym and got on the treadmill. I was a little rushed for time and  I remember being annoyed that I didn’t have time in my schedule to do all of the things that I wanted to do. My attitude was not good. I should mention that this was the day before Thanksgiving and the reason I was rushed was because I had been trying to finish up my work before we were to leave  town for the holiday. We were headed to the hill country to visit my uncle … [Read more...]

The YMCA

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Ok, forget about the Village People for just a minute. When is the last time you stepped into a Y? Yes, they have been around since you can even remember….. it’s actually 125 years old. The Y serves more than 10,000 neighborhoods across the United States. It’s mission is to put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. It is the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities through youth development, … [Read more...]