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2015 New Year’s Resolutions-December-Relax

Maybe I wasn't thinking clearly back in January when I decided that I would need more than one resolution to make a change in 2015. No, I think I was right.  I'm not convinced it worked, but I think I was right. The list below reflects all the things I wanted to work on each month, some with success, some not so much. All in all, it forced me to think of myself in a way that would look for…

2015 New Year’s Resolutions-September-It is What It Is.

I know this may come as a shock to those of you that know me well but I tend to obsess about things. I worry and I lament and I obsess. I wouldn't say I have a difficult time making a decision but once made, hmmm, was it right? For September, I will add the mantra, it is what it is to my repertoire of resolutions for 2015. Being a candid writer and speaking from the heart is important to me so…

2015 New Year’s Resolutions-May- refrain from commenting on my husband’s driving

Spring is finally upon us. The weather is better and time to get out and about.  Sun roof open, windows down and Chipper tends to drive a little faster and in my ever so humble opinion, his concentration slips. Before I take that path further, let's briefly review the first four months: January was the push-up challenge.  Wait, what is that?  I think it is a muscle, small, but a muscle.  227 bad boys including a triceps pushup. I am on fire.…

2015 New Year’s Resolutions-April- “Sit up Straight!”

Another month flew by.  When you think about it, 25% of 2015 is gone.  I remember being 17 and could not wait to be 18, and how absolutely long it took to get there.  Now I cannot put the brakes on fast enough.  Funny how that works.  So looking back on this first quarter 2015, let's review: January was the push-up challenge.  Dear me, this has gone from bad to worse.  I feel so far out of my regular workout…

It’s going to take me a year to fix this….

It's a new year and with each new year, we all take time to review our shortcomings and areas for improvement.  We resolve to do better, be better, look better etc. etc. I am a work in progress and therefore I have a long list.  I thought I would take it a month at a time and add a new resolution each month...kind of a rolling resolution. During spin class on Monday morning, Adrean suggested small, attainable changes.  I agree. So…