If you're goal-driven, you may struggle with staying in the moment. Here are some ideas on how to stay in the moment….with books and reading.
My year-end review of my annual training habits revealed some moments of inconsistency, but also moments of achievement.
It's time for a look back on what I read over the past year. In this reading list review, I noticed a few trends and books that stood out.
Recently, I was listening to a podcast about tackling bad habits, when the host, said “Insight doesn’t equal behavior change.”
When my routines and habits went missing like a shelf-full of toilet paper, I went to work on creating a new, stay-at-home daily routine.
My husband created a virtual run series and asked me to help assign a theme to each week. The first week's theme: purpose - why do you run?
We don’t all consume books the same way, and my reading experience will be different from yours. This is a look back on one reader's journey.
Growth is a series of transitions, but it’s also something I resist. I don’t know what’s going on or what’s going to happen...
Beware of how planners and planning apps create "fake" work. If you also create "fake" work, here are some tips on how to eliminate it.
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