I got a much needed reminder that there are no shortcuts to your goals. It doesn't matter if you're the Golden State Warriors, or playing NBA2K16. It takes time and commitment to achieve any personal goal.
A long overdue post from my race earlier this month. Better late than never! Here are the 5 things I learned from my first race back on the course.
Having a mentor is said to be one of the most important keys to success. I believe this is true early on but is also imperative at any point in your career.
I've been chronicling my journey working out. Week 1 was smooth sailing. Week 2 had a lot more curve balls (a root canal, travel to Chicago, and paintball) and I made it through. Things are headed in the right direction.
This week will be a test on my commitment. A root canal and a work trip usually derail me. Here's what I'm doing this week.
My first week back and committed to training went really well. I didn't miss a single workout even though I really wanted to. Writing this post and sharing it on Facebook really held me accountable to myself.
Staying motivated to workout isn't easy. Here are some tips that have helped me to break through the difficult times when working out sounds like the worst thing ever.
I'm trying something new. I'm posting my workouts for the week so that I can keep myself accountable and to invite others into what I'm doing.
We're moving and I'm not a fan. It's nice to downsize and get rid of the excess, it's just an exhausting process that I'd rather not do.
February 14, 2016