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Life is Calling to be Lived

Life is Calling

July 23, 2014

Junk is boring. Life should not be boring. So why do we fill our lives with boring junk?...

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Line in the Sand

Line in the Sand

June 13, 2014

Thirty-two and frustrated, restless. This is the life I’ve been told to live, not the one I want to live....

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You've identified your goal(s) in part one, shared tips for finding and maintaining motivation in part two, now it's time to consider strategy. Here are some strategy tips to help you achieve your fitness goal:...

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We all enjoy finding that amazing corner of the woods to call our temporary home for the night, or week; however, there might be a party pooper waiting to ruin your stay. Let’s face it, there are several things that can put a damper on your experience outdoors but there is one that is not...

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You’ve identified your goal(s) in part one. Here are some tips for finding and maintaining the motivation necessary to succeed. Finding Motivation 1) Identify what Motivates You All of us can find motivation. Negative motivation, “I’m going to exercise, because I hate how I feel at supper if I haven’t” and positive, “I’m going to...

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Winter, work, kids, cookies and past fitness failures will have a hard time holding you back this year. Browse this list of fitness goal tips to find the motivation you need to identify, train for and successfully complete your fitness goal! Part one of a series… Setting Your Fitness Training Goal 1) Have a Well-Defined...

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“Should we blow our whistles?” she asks, her tense voice revealing near panic. Inside, I’m kicking myself for bringing her here, how could I have forgotten my other visits to the area? Bullets were flying then also. “I’m not sure,” I reply “If someone is foolish enough to shoot towards a hiking corridor, perhaps alerting...

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Terry Fox’s story is known by too few people (outside of Canada). After a malignant tumor in his right leg required the leg be amputated six inches above the knee, Terry determined to run across Canada to raise money for cancer research.The young Canadian hero’s Marathon of Hope began on April 12, 1980, and over...

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