The Gym and I: Are We On (Again) or Off (Again)?

Everyone knows that exercise is good for you. But does it feel good? The answer is supposed to be yes. Upon experiencing the physical stress of working out, your brain releases neurochemicals (eg. endorphins) that…

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Got Lyme?

I’m in one of those moods right now where little things that shouldn’t annoy me are getting to me, I wish I had gone to bed earlier but couldn’t because I left packing to the…

Avoid the buildup.

You’ve probably heard it said before that it’s not so much about what you say, but how you say it. This piece of advice recurred again to me this morning when I was at a…

Just get out of bed.

How many days in the past several months have you gotten to the end of it and realized you did essentially… nothing? For me, I cringe to think how many there’s been. There have been…

It’s not the end of the world.

(Just needed to put this in writing somewhere for me to reference.) As much as you may have screwed up today and as treacherous as things feel, there’s always a way out of the mess.…

I live for the sun.

I’m not sure I could ever overestimate the positive effect of just stepping out the door, looking up at a bright blue sky, and soaking in the rays of the sun. Today I did outdoor…

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