I always wondered what that term about ‘aging gracefully’ means. Similarly: what does it mean to ‘act your age’? What is allowed and what is forbidden? I guess it really depends where you stand when you look at those questions. I am 58 now, and I have been spared those health challenges that come out of nowhere and that disregard the fact that you have done nothing to bring it on.
Firstly I want to say sorry about the delay for this week blog post, I got a little caught up with finishing my new online coaching site that is now on its soft opening and will be fully live very soon.
Thanksgiving! Memories of fires in the chimney, smells of turkey wafting from the oven and my mom's voice coming from the kitchen, quickly come to mind. I remember playing games with my family, chatting and laughing around the table as we all enjoyed mom and grandma's cooking and begging my dad to change the channel from all the boring football games (eventually he would fall asleep and we'd get to watch something else). I don't ever remember worrying about how many calories I was consuming or whether or not the turkey was free-range org
It's been awhile since I posted anything here. I've been very busy with work and many of life's other responsibilities. One thing that has remained consistent is my own workout ethic. That ethic is something I wish to continue to bring to members of the community. It is my belief that any person of any age can fit in some sort of effective exercise into their day's routine. If you only have 20 minutes of spare time, you can get a tremendous amount of exercise in that time. If you are someone like me you will do that on your own almost
I hope you are all enjoying your Labor Day weekend! Alright, so you ate plenty, relaxed a little, and maybe you're an overachiever ready to get back to work :) Whatever the case, it is always hard to get back at it, but remember consistency is key!