www.meganmerchant.comIt's Spring Break; let's celebrate!
This week I'll be posting about finding classes for your passions and
interests, teaching home school with fitness for your kids, and more.
To kick off the week on a high note, my friend Mindy Evans from Stampin Up
www.meganmerchant.comThey are finally here!! After four weeks of trials and records,
here are my tips on how I've enjoyed and benefited from a pedometer,
starting with the biggest revelation:Mental exhaustion is NOT the same a
www.meganmerchant.comHere is what I did NOT like about my
pedometer, which I'm sharing to
jump start you as you begin with your own pedometer.Here are the links to Part
I and Part
II if you’d like to read back.
www.meganmerchant.comCourteous acts make for a better, more civil world. Incivility is
defined by Merriam-Webster as a rude or discourteous act. Basic manners, respect for others, and
common courtesy are vanishing. What can be done? Where does civility
Here are three scenarios:
www.meganmerchant.comTwo days ago I hit 10,000 steps on my pedometer. If you read my first
post on starting my pedometer totting, I mentioned being recently
sick (not working out) and took baselines between 3500-5000 steps a
day. So as soon as I felt well, I was all over finding out what it
looks and feels like for someone to achieve 10,000 steps in one day.
www.meganmerchant.comWouldn’t it be fantastic to have a passion and then create a local event
for others to participate in your passion? My sister brought such a
duo of ladies to my attention, and they graciously answered some
questions about their all-women
triathlon for us, which will be August 27, 2011, at the Rio Rancho
This is Part One of my new
love/hate relationship with a Pedometer.What is a pedometer?
It is a tiny 1-2" device that counts the motion of your hips to guess
the number of steps you take each day. A basic pedometer
only counts steps, whereas more complex devices ask for your "stride
length" which then computes your distance traveled in miles.
www.meganmerchant.comMy healthy streak since Christmas came to halt this week when both my
daughter and I caught the nasty coughing virus going around. It seemed a
great opportunity to wear a pedometer around and see if I meet the
minimum CDC Recommendations for adult
physical activity. My results are surprising; I look forward to
sharing them with you next week, and I'll share why I'm now addicted
to my pedometer...
www.meganmerchant.comI can’t count the number of Valentine’s Days when I have gotten sick,
crowds were awful, prices were high, or even a minor nuisance put a
damper on this tricky holiday. Inspired by these “lovely” memories,
here are some of my favorite ways to enjoy other days as if Valentine’s