02 November 2015
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!
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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