Just Move! Fitness after 50, you can do it!

Are you over fifty years old and do you worry or wonder about your overall fitness? If so, then I have a book for you! I was reading a local neighborhood newspaper that had a few articles about how to age with ease, and they mentioned this book in passing. It caught my eye, so … Read moreJust Move! Fitness after 50, you can do it!

Why exercising with friends will keep you engaged and moving

Do you ever have a hard time getting motivated to get moving and exercising? I do. The secret sauce in my humble opinion is to surround myself with people who love to exercise. It’s that simple. And that complicated. It isn’t always easy to find friends who like moving their bodies as much or more … Read moreWhy exercising with friends will keep you engaged and moving

3 Surefire Tactics for Fundraising for Your Athletic Charity Event

Are you like me and do you sign up to do at least one athletic charity fundraising event every year? As someone who lives with diabetes every single day, and as a two time cancer survivor, there are LOTS of athletic charity events I could do! In the spirit of not overwhelming my friends year … Read more3 Surefire Tactics for Fundraising for Your Athletic Charity Event

3 Tips for Getting Started with Your Endurance Training

Have a vision for doing a race or event this summer? Wonder how in the heck to get started? If so, you are not alone. Dreaming about an event you’d like to do is something lots of aspiring endurance athletes do. I love to dream. Moving from dreaming to action is the tricky part. After … Read more3 Tips for Getting Started with Your Endurance Training

Tour de Cure, and why I invite you to read this blog!!

It is official, I’ve started training for the 62 mile bike ride I will do at the Tour de Cure Twin Cities on June 2nd, 2018. Toward that end, whenever I start a new training program, it feels like a good time to start a lot of things. Toward that end, I’m now taking an … Read moreTour de Cure, and why I invite you to read this blog!!

Self-Care in times of stress and overwhelm

After living with diabetes for 36.5 years and after surviving breast cancer twice, I’ve come to prioritize self-care. What is self-care you ask? Well, in my world it means that I pay attention to the basic things I need to stay healthy, fit, calm, centered and productive. It means that I make it my Number … Read moreSelf-Care in times of stress and overwhelm

Goal Setting, Visioning, Meditation AND The Winter Olympics!

I love this time of year! “Why?” you ask. Because I love that spring is coming. I love the Winter Olympics. I love cross country skiing, ice hockey, speed skating. I even find curling strangely fascinating. Weird sport that it is! And, today we are going to get another big dump of beautiful white snow … Read moreGoal Setting, Visioning, Meditation AND The Winter Olympics!

Courage, Half Birthdays + Goals

Today, November 12th, is my 52 ½ Birthday!!! For some reason, I have always loved half birthdays! It’s just another day to celebrate a good life. To celebrate the day, I am here at Lake Owen in Cable, Wisconsin at my fourth Blue Harbor Writing Retreat. I’m here with Tony who coordinates these wonderful retreats. He is working on his amazing post-capitalism book series. Also here is Shirlene, writing a mystery novel. Dana, who is writing a short story, she got finished with draft one! And Maya who is very focused on her many writing projects.

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