Tag Archives: goal accomplishment

To Compromise Or Not?

Look up the word “compromise” and you will get definitions including descriptions like settlement, concession, or less than desirable.   Let’s face it. Compromise by definition is lose-lose.  Each side loses something from what is desired. Sure, we don’t always get … Continue reading

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3 Levels of Life

Tell me,  are you happy? A loaded question, I know. Nevertheless, important to ponder. Are you pursuit of happiness, making a living, or surviving? We all go through the process, but the outcome differs depending where do you stop. Which level … Continue reading

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Make Time For It

  If “it” is something important to us, make time for it.  Otherwise, we are either cheating ourselves (i.e. the said important thing is really not) or poor manager of our time. Time is the great equalizer.  We all have … Continue reading

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What Is Your Thing?

If you are trying to decide on your New Year’s resolution(s), may I suggest first finding out what is your thing.  Then you have a better chance finding a good resolution.  Allow me to elaborate. I run marathon.  Do I … Continue reading

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Learning Should Be Fun

Key words are “should be.” When was the last time that you remember learning was fun? While not everyone agrees, I contend that fun should be the adjective part of our learning process.  We learn better while having fun.  At least don’t … Continue reading

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On Life’s Minimum

Society promotes maximum.  Be all you can be.  Go big or go home. . . They say.  I am here for the opposite, the minimum. Minimum, not to be confused with minimalism, is the least indication from one’s effort.  It … Continue reading

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Daily Yoga Practice

With the Harrisburg Marathon now over, so is my marathon training.  The fitness level I achieved from the 20 weeks of marathon training still remains.  My weight, blood pressure, and cardio capacity are relatively decent. Naturally, I want to transition … Continue reading

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Reblog: Gratitude Practice

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

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Day 4 Week 19 – My Evolving Marathon Pace

2 X 3 mile @ MP w/ 3 min rest, 1 mile warm up & cool down During the taper, I have been honing in on my marathon pace including today’s interval workout.  It seems finally that my marathon pace … Continue reading

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Day 5 & 6 Week 18 – Home Again

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

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