Tag Archives: the journey

Travelling Light

I’m travelling today.  After packing-procrastination I got three hours of sleep before the alarm went off at 3:30 am.  Unusual for me (a lover of the snooze button) I jumped right out of bed.  Had the requisite shower and shine.  … Continue reading

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Outstanding. Ish.

Did I ever tell you about the farmer who was out standing in his field?  Of course I did; I’ve used that line a million times.  After a rough and tumble couple of years (and I mean that literally…bike crash, … Continue reading

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A Real Kicker

There’s lots of people in this world who spend so much time watching their health that they haven’t the time to enjoy it.  ~Josh Billings Food Police.  Exercise Nazi.  Running Fanatic.  Triathlon Junkie.  On a daily basis, I encounter them.  … Continue reading

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Take A Balance Break©

Lent has begun!  It’s a season of introspection and action, forty days worth.  What can I “put down” in order to have the time and energy to “pick up” something new?  What action can I take that helps me to … Continue reading

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Perfect Balance Phase I: Phoenix Bound

Sometimes life has….perfect timing.  I left for Phoenix this morning, and Hartley’s daughter came in for a visit last night; I cleared out of the guest room just as she needed a place to sleep. I’m travelling for business, but … Continue reading

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Resolute and Determined!

I casually polled my friends and clients last week. While a few could list a couple of New Year’s Resolutions, most people rolled their eyes a bit when I questioned them. Clearly, not everyone is a fan of “the list”. … Continue reading

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R and R (and R…)

It’s been a while.  Blog thoughts fill my head, but I feel somewhat obligated (even if to nobody but myself) to write about “year end”.  January 2008 found me coming off the “high” of my first Ironman.  The year had … Continue reading

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