I started out the week unable to hear anything out of my right ear. The docs on call doctor said it was as if I had been flying or as if I had just driven through the mountains. I said, "I know - now what can you do about it?" I had no cold, maybe… Continue reading Week in Review – Ode to Friends
Monday - weigh in day! Let's go back a week. Last Monday, the scale stayed exactly the same. That is frustrating when you have eaten all the right foods and exercised your butt off. I did my Monday morning workout and then headed to Ryan's place of employment to meet with him. He looked at… Continue reading It’s Almost As If Ryan Knows What He’s Doing – Joe says to me (w/sarcasm)
This week has been a week of change; that is for certain. I thought I would reflect on coaching for this blog post in my endeavor to keep posts positive.If you are new to the blog, I'll let you know that I was a competitve swimmer since I was 9 years old. I swam in… Continue reading A Good Coach Will Make His Players See What They Can Be, Rather Than What They Are. Ara Parasheghian
How do you measure success? Some people think, "Oh if only I were rich, then I would be successful." Others may think, "If only I were thin, that is the true measure of my success." Here's what I think. I was rich and I was thin and I was miserable. I'm not saying that rich… Continue reading How Do You Measure Success?
Patty - 3rd gradeNever in a million years did I think I would walk through the doors of a Martial Arts & Kickboxing business. And yet I did! My son Joe and I attended our first ever kickboxing class, last night.Before I go forward, allow me to go back in time a bit. In… Continue reading Trying New Things — Kickboxing