The other day, I left my ear buds at home when I took my walk. I am working at staying disconnected from my devices when I … Continue reading Peaceful, mindful walk
Whenever there is an opportunity to get up and get moving, mama’s gotta seize the moment! Cycling with the family on Memorial Day was a great way to spend time together and get in exercise for everyone. Continue reading Mama’s gotta seize the moment and exercise
Let’s admit it, most of us experience some hot flashes when we go through menopause, some women more than others. I’m one of those lucky ones that rarely gets them, but when I do, I have a trick. I use … Continue reading Hot Mama and Hot Flashes
Menopause HOT – because you can be hot, sexy, fit and vibrant even if you are having hot flashes. Yes, I’m intentionally using “hot” as a play on words. “Hot” as in “hot flashes”, but for the purpose of my … Continue reading Menopause Hot
These are good, simple tips for choosing the right running shoes via “Live Healthy and Well”. https://livehealthyandwell.com/choose-right-running-shoes/ Continue reading Choose the Right Running Shoes | Live Healthy and Well
In 1993 Attila had a falling accident that left him paralyzed from the waist down.
Fast forward to 2017 Attila will be competing for the 24-hour world record for hand cycling at Borrego Springs, CA. on Nov 3 and 4. Continue reading Paraplegic Hand Cyclist To Beat 24-Hour Cycling Record
JUST DO IT! ONE OF MY FAVORITE SLOGANS So often we over think something we want to do to the point where we talk ourselves out … Continue reading Don’t Over Think, Just Do It!
The article I’m sharing from QUARTZ “The Signature Burger at America’s First Vegetarian Drive-through Has More Calories Than A Big Mac”. Is the perfect example of how something might sound “healthy” because it’s wears the organic, vegetarian, gluten-free or vegan label. But, with 4 simple adjustments, this burger could be much healthier. Continue reading Organic, Vegan, Vegetarian, Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Healthy
Cycling in Pittsburgh is a wonderful experience. Pittsburgh has become a cycling-friendly city. It has miles of off-road trails and great restaurants and cafes to refuel when needed. Continue reading Day On The Bike in the Burgh
I’m sitting on my front porch enjoying the slightly cool, fresh air and gentle breeze while being serenaded by the variety of birds singing their morning song. It is glorious!
When I’m with nature, I feel inspired and motivated. It gets my creative juices flowing. I find I accomplish more when I connect with nature.
What inspires and motivates you? Please share in my comments. Continue reading Spring Mornings, Meditation and Inspirations
The past few months have been so crazy, busy that I didn’t allow myself the time to Relax and Give Thanks.
Expressing gratitude can be done the moment you wake up. Before you even let your feet touch the ground, start by saying “thank you for a new day”, “thank you for breath”, and then get out of bed and look around at all that you have to be thankful for and express it. Continue reading Relax and Give Thanks
This has definitely been a strange winter. I live in Pittsburgh where winters are often long, cold, snowy, gloomy and dreaded. But this winter has hardly … Continue reading Grateful for Snow