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Some Practical Thoughts on Career Change

  I need some practical reflection¬†on my career change from coaching to the next great thing. I’ve been transitioning into a new career, and I’ve applied to a few jobs and have been offered some but have not accepted. Using … Continue reading

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6 Signs of Functional Anxiety

I have high levels of anxiety and I know I do. Only the people who really know me can see it. Others see it too, but they see is as a positive aesthetic appearance. My anxiety is functional though, I … Continue reading

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A Fun Workout: Joys of BodyPump

Once in awhile Auburn University of Montgomery gives me the opportunity to teach BodyPump. BodyPump is a barbell strength training class that tones, sculpt and strengths. It was developed by Les Mills Company to provide a challenging 60 minute group … Continue reading

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When you’re training for a marathon

I’m training for a marathon right now. Yes, 26.2 miles of running. I never thought I would run a full marathon. Ever. When George was alive, I dreamed of running a half marathon, and I’ve done that now. Many times. … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Regain Self-Control While Grieving

Grief is brutal and unforgiving. When dealing with the headache of trying to regain your footing after your husband or wife passed away feels nearly impossible. Yet more than ANYTHING all we want to do is get back on track, … Continue reading

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