Welcome and congratulations to you for your decision to embark on this amazing journey of accomplishing and attaining your health, fitness, and wellness goals! The investment you have made in yourself is immense, admirable, and wonderful! Your first homework assignment upon deciding to begin a fitness routine is as follows: If you have not had … Continue reading First Things First
For 12+ years, I had the idea and vision in the back of my mind to travel the world. Back in high school, I took on as many languages that I could because the study of the languages and cultures fascinated me – people that lived very differently than I was familiar with and spoke … Continue reading Touching your Vision
Convergence: when two or more things come together to form a new whole. Imagine you've been doing all the right things. You started with a big, lofty, new vision of yourself - living healthy, fit, happy, true to yourself and your passions and desires, you have the engaging and fulfilling relationship with your partner you … Continue reading Convergence: Expanded
I've been on a positivity kick for sometime now, and don't plan on turning my back on it. In the process, I've been playing around with the concept that life is, has been, and will be perfect in the future. This can be a rather tough concept when we have what seem to be negative … Continue reading Life is Perfect?
I had the intention of testing something I had been learning in the months leading up to my trip. I am a planner by nature and I was anticipating all the goodness I would glean from this first solo trip, not only externally (volcano hiking, mountains, surfing, beach, food, etc) but internally (good lord what … Continue reading What I Learned about my own Power from Traveling to Costa Rica Alone
Looking back, knowing what you know now, can you see connections? Jobs you disliked at the time that have equipped you with skills you're glad you have now? Relationships that gave you input for what you don't prefer, and what you do?
How often have we heard about seeking God for who He is, for His heart, and not for His hand, as in a hand out, as in, His benefits? What person wants a gold-digger (or, "benefit-digger") for a lover? Don't we as people, as individuals, want to be loved precisely for who we are versus … Continue reading Love and benefits