Week #40 Goal: Create My NaNoWriMo Fitness Challenge

It’s that time of year again. The air turns crisp. The leaves change colors. The cat runs in circles chasing gusts of pumpkin pie spice smoothies… It’s almost time for NaNoWriMo! So, this week’s goal is creating my NaNoWriMo fitness challenge. For those of you who don’t know what NaNoWriMo stands for: National Novel Writing… Continue reading Week #40 Goal: Create My NaNoWriMo Fitness Challenge

Week #6 Goal: Get Up and Move Every Waking Hour

Days I work with clients are easy to get movement in for hours straight.  My job, thankfully, is quite active. But the days I do the “business” side of work, or writing or other work from home, I just don’t move much.  So, about 1/2 of my week is spent highly active, and the other… Continue reading Week #6 Goal: Get Up and Move Every Waking Hour

Health and Wellness Tip: Know Thyself

There it is.  My laziness, rearing its ugly head.  “I’m too tired.”  “I’m too busy.”  “I’m too…lazy.”  Even as an advocate for health and wellness, as a life coach, health and wellness coach and a personal trainer (well…I will be again once I re-certify), I still have the same struggles as everyone else.  I can… Continue reading Health and Wellness Tip: Know Thyself

Finding the Right Fitness Buddies

We’ve all heard that same story.  “I want to lose weight.  I’m tired of being fat.  I know this isn’t good for me.”  Why do so many follow that up with these statements?  “But I like my food.  I want to change, but I’m not willing to.” I have two friends that I love dearly.… Continue reading Finding the Right Fitness Buddies

Tools to Keep You Active

If you need a little motivation or help with goal setting, a simple and somewhat ambiguous (but useful and fun) goal you might set for yourself is to cross America virtually. Set up a simple and easy to maintain account with http://exercise.lbl.gov/ You can track your mileage there.  Log it every day or every so… Continue reading Tools to Keep You Active

Weekly Challenge #9–Drink More Water

I rather feel as though this one is self-explanatory, but I’ll add some additional info that might be useful, too, like how to calculate how much water you need to drink daily on a regular basis. I aim for 130 oz. water (caffeine-free beverages) daily on my rest days.  On days I workout, I add… Continue reading Weekly Challenge #9–Drink More Water

Action Step #44–Keep More Active While Editing My Novels For Publication

      Well, it is that time of year again, despite the move and other major life changes…it’s time to publish my next novel.  Which means, like zero activity time, unless I force myself into it.  And I cannot really run after eating much…so that means getting up earlier.  Nuts.   Before I move,… Continue reading Action Step #44–Keep More Active While Editing My Novels For Publication