Sometimes it's the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.

What decisions will you make today?

02 November 2015


I've got exactly 45 days until my 45th Birthday!
(44 actually...forgot to hit "publish" yesterday!)

So... I thought hey, maybe I should restart this blog! Lots has changed in the past 5 years since I dropped Doing 40 like a hot potato!

15 November 2010


My Birthday is exactly ONE MONTH away.....!

Happy to report that I ran the 5K at theTempe IronGirl Event on Sunday.  Great event every year!  Wonderful people - very motivating to get my self in gear to eventually do the 10mile - which I wanted to do this year, though didn't prepare.  Happy that I showed for the 5K & started the LAST MONTH OF MY THIRTIES on a great note.

If you ever have a chance to participate in any of Iron Girl's Events - 
Great organization - Superb Event Organization!

Right Click on Link Below 
& open in new tab to check out:

30 Days & Counting

21 October 2010


I have found myself struggling a bit with life's demands all the while the clock is ticking and I am getting closer and closer to turning 40 and have  found I need to re-evaluate where I am at, where I am going & where I want to be.  Rest was much needed.  Slowing down a bit and working to accept where I am at is a work in progress.

Like most of us, I've been attempting too much all at once.  Sometimes there just are not enough minutes in the day & it's so important to make time for the things that are most important to us.  I needed to give myself a little break and allow myself the time I needed to re-group a bit.

Ways to Revive Your Spirit

  • Revive Your Spirit with Daily Rituals: Every day should consist of a balance of work, play, rest and socializing with others. Our spirit needs to be regularly fed and rejuvenated both physically spiritually.
  • Revive Your Spirit with Rest: Sometimes we need more than just quiet; we need to sleep! A short nap can work wonders for the chaotic inner self. A warm bath, followed by a short nap, may revive you enough to get through the rest of the day’s schedule.
  • Revive Your Spirit with a Mini-Retreat: When the spirit is seriously frayed, more than a few quiet moments, or a short nap, is needed. Declare a “spiritual health” day.
I stumbled upon the above advice at site below:

55 Days & Counting