Posts Tagged ‘motivational’

Positive Feelings Produce Positive Results

Posted on January 20th, 2015

I spent MLK weekend (for those outside of the US Monday, January 19th was a national holiday celebrating MLK’s legacy) in Orlando, Florida at my son’s soccer tournament. I as well as other parents expressed a roller coaster of emotions while our sons played, ranging from elation to despair and […]

The Mental Aspect of Fitness

Posted on January 6th, 2015

What’s your fitness goal for 2015? Whether it’s to run your first race, improve your strength, or lean out and lose fat, there is one muscle you’re going to have to flex more than any other to make that goal a reality. I’m talking about your mental muscle—that’s right, your […]

Are you trying to blend in to fit in?

Posted on December 9th, 2014

  We want people to like us, and one of the safest ways to do that is to blend in, to be like them. Unfortunately blending in does not guarantee anything but give you permission to play small in an unauthentic way. Can you blend in when you are the […]

What my 8-year old son taught me about imperfect action

Posted on April 24th, 2014

I attended Easter service and spent a major part of the rest of  my Sunday making puffles with my 8-year old son. What are puffles ? Google it later to find out. We (hubby, Weyimi and I) all helped Timeyin my 8-year old make puffles for a school project to […]

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