SELF-DISIPLINE BRINGS FREEDOM- Many people think that controlling our desires and going without is painful and hard. YES!! This is the point. Discipline is like a muscle that gets stronger as you use it. Being able to control yourself is the first step to freedom from the bonds of unproductive habits.Healthy Thinking Leads to Healthy Habits - Be aware of your thoughts; Don't dwell on the negative; Expect the best and be positive. Accept whatever happens, learn from it and move on. What we ar
The 79 Year YOUNG LADY IN THE BACK ROW...
I'm always so blown away, uplifted and just humbled every time I teach my Tuesday classes at Kaman Senior Fitness in Hilo. There is never a dull moment that these amazing new frenz show me what LIFE IS REALLY ALL ABOUT.
I woke up early this morning to a quiet house. Jim gone to work already, boys still sleeping. So I got up, took a shower and sat down in the old rocking chair in my bedroom--the one I keep meaning to replace--but I rocked both boys back and forth in it for so many years, I'm not ready.
Every so often . . . not too often . . . I give my wellness workshop at Glen Ivy Hot Springs and it resonates with someone. They come up after class and ask me if I have a "program" or a "dvd" or something they can buy to take home. Someone asked me that today. I smiled and then told them . . . and I will tell you too:
Physical. Emotional. Financial. Spiritual. Mental. When was the last time you took personal inventory of these centers that make up YOU? What areas are you balanced in? Where are you over drawn or over committed? Where are you thriving and on top of the world and what areas needs nurturing and restoration?
Acknowledging that a mess was made of a situation = good. Not acknowledging that something needs to be done about it = bad. Wrestler translation: you may get in deep for a takedown, but if you don't finish and finish quickly, it is worth nothing. Life translation = implentation and follow-up is key to success.