Monthly Archives: March, 2015

TGIM 03/30/2015

America- the land of the free? Since 9/11 our world has changed and we have seen many of our civil liberties taken away.  American citizens can be detained indefinitely, we can be subject to warrantless searches, and we are subject to continual monitoring. Many people say if you have nothing to hide why should you care?  I …

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TGIM 3/16/2015

One of the “life” lessons I learned from Gladiator, probably my all time favorite movie, comes when Maximus asks his man-servant; “Do you like your life”? His answer- “Most of the time I do what I have to, sometimes I get to do what I want”. Life is like that. Most of us have lots …

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TGIM 3/9/2015

How do we go from being supremely flexible, incessantly curious about life, and able to almost instantly adapt to our environment as a young child to a “mature” being with all our doubts, fears, aches, and pains? I recently attended a seminar called Original Strength- developed by two kettlebell instructors.  Their concept is to help …

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TGIM 3/2/2015

While digging out from yet another snowstorm I was reflecting on my recent mini vacation to Mexico (hence no blog last week).  When on vacation I try to quiet my mind- no email, phone, little television or other media- I want to experience my new surroundings and take the time to slow down. I did …

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