It's interesting how life progresses....It's always a battle to stay balanced through each "SEASON". Weather seasons last just 3 months but life seasons last odd amounts of time and seem to change without warning--I'm not sure I like that? My life seasons seem to last anywhere from 1 to 3 years--and most certainly contain some "Indian summers" within each one, lol!!
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I'm five weeks out and in a great place: I'm only four pounds away from show weight, the definition in my legs is starting to show, and in spite of all of the injury that prevented me from working my shoulders the way I really wanted to this past year, I am happy that they seem to have improved from last! That is all I can ask!
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I gave my second annual “Connecting with your Core” presentation for the NASA employees today. This presentation is always a hit, and I love seeing the light bulbs go off throughout the presentation! Here are just a few basic points I make at the beginning: