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My 5K Training: Day Eight 

The Dreaded To-Do: My War with a Stump I despise those awful tasks waiting for me on my "Bad" To-Do list.  Those nasty things that need attention and work from us but we manage to transfer it to our new weekly task list only to have it go unchecked for months and months....   

My 5K Training: Day Seven

What's For Breakfast?

I don't know about you, but I like one meal a day I don't have to think to hard about. That's breakfast. In our house, my husband and I work out 5:30-6:30 if possible.  The alarm goes off at 5, then we have some time to get our barrings, drink some water, move a bit, and get to it.  Then 6:30-7 is rush time to wash and dry before the kids are up and begging for breakfast and atten

Goodies for Easter Baskets

My 5K Training: Day Six 

My 5K Training: Day Five Thursday, March 31, 2011 Below is my Day 5 5k Training Run, with notes only that differ from Day One. 47 F, Too hot: Gloves, jacket, sweat pants Weight: 117.5 lbs 3.08 Mile Steady Pace Run Levoxyl, 10 Smiths Animal crackers, 4 oz water, Warm up 6:46-7:18: 3.08 Miles, 32:53 minutes    Up/Down .5 mile, .7 mile soccer field x3, Down/Up .5 mile 7:25: Walking Cooldown 7:30: Water Notes to Self

My 5K Training: Day 4 

10 Life-Changing Lessons from UNM Dance As I work through the last two days of raising funds for UNM Friends of Dance with our Zumba Cardio Party, I’ve been remembering special words from the staff at UNM (University of New Mexico) that contributed deeply to my life from 1998-2002. In paying tribute to some of my many professors, here are a few of my life-changing favorites: Bill Evans, Professor of Movement Analysis: “Teach what you want to learn.” He taught the value of diversity and listening to others, and that every student will give you more than you can share.

Inside Zumba: How to Join the Party! Why should you try Zumba? "It's not like a workout," explained Diane Walterstiel, 55, of Alpharetta. "Before I come, I'm tense, but when I leave, I could kiss the world." The Zumba organization believes you should find joy in your classes as you move freely and confidently in your own body, whatever size, shape or age you might be. There are no comparisons to be made and no class levels to achieve, other than your own personal fitness goals. And that is why we are inspired to share Zumba! So here are some tips and inside knowledge on Zumba
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