Originally posted 2017-03-10 14:30:59. Some days, our bodies have a mind of their own it seems, right? For those of us who live with crippling chronic illnesses (mine tend to be in the form of bad back issues, carpal tunnel in both arms/wrists, and migraines that knock me on my ass for WEEKS at a…

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Originally posted 2017-02-15 17:00:36. Sometimes, we’re so caught up in the mælstrom of life that we don’t see the beauty around us because it is spinning so fast and we can’t slow down. Sometimes, life is in a slow-motion view, and you’re watching everything play out in a way you see clearer than anything, but…

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Originally posted 2017-02-04 20:00:26. Suck it up, Buttercup. This isn’t always the best advice.   Accept and acknowledge life isn’t always fantastic. This is more realistic. The reality is, we don’t get to choose all of the events that unfold in our lives. Somedays we are enjoying how well everything seems to finally be working…

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Originally posted 2017-01-26 12:00:54. Once we decide for any personal reason to start doing regular exercise as a part of our lives, we should do a deep research about the nutrition, diet, types of exercise according to our weight and resistance, and have a thorough discussion with our family doctor. As any apprentice, it is…

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Originally posted 2017-01-21 17:00:15. The first fifteen days of this 30days, Your Way cycle, I was gun-ho to get an article out every single day about what I wanted to inspire people about. I came up with 30 words, and was bound and determined to bombard the Geeks website with my thoughts. Well, four things…

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Originally posted 2017-01-17 20:00:41. I love creamy soups, so it seems odd to my brain that I so rarely ever make them. Maybe it’s the caloric content, or the fact there are a few extra steps to making a delicious perfect soup so creamy that you just need to have a something crunchy to go…

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Originally posted 2017-01-10 17:00:33. Today is covering two days worth of words: Accepting and Geeky. Yesterday was insane for me, so I’m playing catch up again. Trying to stay on top of these things, but sometimes we just have to accept (ooh, see what I just did?) the fact that fun geeky (now I’m just…

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Originally posted 2017-01-06 17:00:37. 30DYW: Day 5 – Proud My BuJo got here yesterday and I didn’t have a lot of time to really play with it much. I had to do some math to get it to have a certain setup for a mini calendar before the YAAG (year at a glance) which I…

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Originally posted 2017-01-03 17:00:36. Day 2: Motivated. I’ll start off by saying that I want everyone participating to hopefully be doing something they love, at least once a day, every day, or as close to that as possible. I realise there are factors outside of our control (weather, finances, time constraints, enough duct tape…), but…

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Originally posted 2016-12-22 17:00:38. You might not realise this from my writing, but I’m an extreme introvert. I am happiest when I have at least 4-6 personal hours of space, if not more in a day (not including sleep time) where I am doing my own thing. I’m far more productive when I am left…

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Originally posted 2016-12-15 17:00:48. This was originally written as part of the first of my #100days; week three put me in June of 2015, with hopeful determination and motivation that I would learn how to take care of my life properly. I’m a work in progress, but I can definitely say, I’ve learned so much…

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Originally posted 2016-07-01 20:00:12. This Month’s Challenge will be to work out 3 times a week for the next 30 days. Not a member of a gym? Have kiddos that make it hard to dedicate time to working out? Incorporate your children. Incorporate your fur babies. Go on walks, ride your bikes together, play tag…

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This week’s budget idea might be a bit of a harder one for some, but once you’re able to see a fw possible ways to tweak your utilities-usage, you can be saving HUNDREDS of dollars a year that can be going toward things like vacations, down payments on large purchases, etc. Think about using a…

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