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What a nice idea. Elysha gives concrete examples of how she uses the gratitude practice in her life to keep herself grounded and to cope with challenging situations. It is an useful tip that everyone can use. Don’t forget to practice. … Continue reading
Travel days – no running. Feels good to be back home. Where everything is familiar, comfortable. Not that I did not enjoy my trip. It was totally fine including the hotels I stayed at. Very clean and comfortable. But there … Continue reading
6 mile recovery run, cool, 65 degree Fahrenheit. The security of knowledge and possession of skills and material necessities are common goals for many of us. Their ownership builds confidence for individuals and by extension the society as a … Continue reading
5 mile easy Don’t ask me when was the last time I used my alarm clock. Probably only a handful of times since my retirement close to three years ago. My days start when I am awake. Maybe 4 AM … Continue reading
Direction in life? Sounds like a big question to answer? Not for me. Two years ago, I decided to retire and embark on a journey to discover what my new chapter in life would be. It was a conscious act. … Continue reading
F R E E D O M, insofar as: doing what heart desires, finding what feels good, and enjoying what life offers. What does retirement mean to you?
From time to time, I reflect. It happens less frequently than I like. So whenever opportunity strikes, I seize it. Traveling in Greece this week gave me such opportunity. I was moved by the grandeur of its historical culture. It … Continue reading