I’ve always been terrible at sticking to schedules – especially at self-imposed ones. Since starting the 21 day fix in July, I’ve started over like 4 times. It’s been particularly difficult to adhere to a workout schedule since Boogerbutt doesn’t always stick to a sleeping schedule – nor does he like to entertain himself for… Continue reading Fitting in the Fix
Thursday, I had to miss my workout because there aren’t enough hours in the day and something else more pressing took that time slot. I felt guilty about it, but, I owned up to it. Every day, after I finish my workout, I post it on my social media pages for accountability. Today, I was… Continue reading Pushing Through – a note
Two weeks ago, I made the decision to sign up as a Beachbody Coach. This was a decision I had NEVER imagined that I might take. Five years ago, I left my toxic, failing marriage. I was a full time graduate student living in my mom’s house. A friend of mine asked me to sign up with… Continue reading Out of the Coaching Closet
TLDR: Old blog, new topics; what to expect.
Recently, I had the joy of heading down to the local Immigration office and renewing my E-2 Visa. If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to renew your Visa in 2014, you are totally missing out! <insert snarky laughter here> I don’t know about anyone else, but as it came time for me to renew… Continue reading Renewing your Visa – because a MasterCard won’t keep you in the country
No, those aren’t my measurements, my locker combination or my password; it’s how many days, hours and minutes I have until I arrive back in Kansas City (as of the start of this post). It’s been nearly 6 months since I last posted. There are many (good and bad) reasons for my absence. I knew… Continue reading 32:20:27
Sean is a US citizen working as a teacher in South Korea – or he was, until he got very, very ill. Now, he is stuck in a Korean hospital, not receiving the care he needs, but still being charged for it. He and his family have to raise enough money to pay his bill… Continue reading Help Sean get back to the USA