There’s no doubt that 2020 has been a difficult year for everyone. Division, distrust, and despondency have been constantly knocking on the door of our hearts. And the sad truth is that things will very likely not improve much for the foreseeable future. So, what should we do? I will... Read More
Summer has arrived, and so has the heat! That means it’s time for some cool, refreshing beverages, and I don’t mean sugary sodas or blue sports drinks either. I like to throw fruit and herbs into some water and place it outside in the sun for a few hours to... Read More
What does it mean to get to the core of something? What does it have to do with fitness? If you have ever taken an exercise class, you have most likely worked on your core. But what is the core? What does that word mean? I began thinking about how the... Read More
Many possibilities for my word of the year have been floating in and out of my mind over the last few months, but I could never land on one. Then, the word listen started coming up in much of my reading. One book discussed how humility involves listening to God... Read More
Each year I choose a word to guide my thoughts, prayers, and actions for that year. I pray for a word and look for signs around me before I settle on just the right one, and in 2019 I chose “Healing.”  The primary reason was because I have a number... Read More
No time to exercise? Weather is keeping you indoors? No problem! As a gift to you, I created 12 FREE short exercise videos that you can do in just a few minutes. Don’t let the 10 lords a leaping or the 9 ladies dancing have all the fun. Join my Twelve... Read More
Since I am blessed with a number of friends who also happen to be talented authors and bloggers, I thought it was about time I shared some of their work with you. After all, it’s hard to continually come up with new, creative articles on my own. The following post... Read More
I knew this would be my year to slow down and do some self-care. That’s why I chose “Healing” as my word for 2019. However, I didn’t realize I’d have to put exercise on the back burner as often as I have. Sometimes this was due to my own recuperation,... Read More
  Run, run, run as fast as you can. You’ll never catch me, I’m the gingerbread man. That line from the children’s book, The Gingerbread Man, came to mind recently when I was reading about a study that found running enhances the ability of older adults to do everyday activities.... Read More
Over the past year, I’ve taken a number of trips to see my parents in Oklahoma, my daughter in Philadelphia, and my son in Boston. Those visits were wonderful, and I wouldn’t want to give them up for anything. However, they were far from being a vacation. When I visit... Read More

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