This is a short post to share the addition of a new tool/toy to the household. Recently celebrating a 60th birthday, honoring 12 years of running, wanting to support the workouts of OTF, desiring to skirt these bitter winds of long winter months, and feeling like it was now or never, hubby and I are now enjoying […]Read more "We’ve got Spirit"
I haven’t written about health and wellness in awhile. It is not because I have been negligent rather, I wanted to collect some data to share and show that exercise continues to be alive and well in my retirement life. When I retired, I said there were three things I wanted to focus on. They were […]Read more "On Fitness"
The reader must be wondering, “Where is the knitting? I thought this blog was on knitting!” And, you would be right however, this blog also serves as a journal on related topics and I feel staying fit and making healthy choices interweaves in the kind of knitting I represent. “How is staying fit and making healthy choices […]Read more "Where is the knitting?"
With this recent third incident, I said to myself, “ok, now I need to write a blog post.” I am talking about our (hubby and my) morning outings for our daily fix of fresh air and exercise. They don’t always go smoothly and we’ve just had our third mishap. Me with my goals and hubby along for daily movement, […]Read more "When Seniors Exercise"
If retirement is about revisiting possibilities for one’s body and mind, then let me tell you, EVERYTHING I just experienced fits into this category. To alleviate some sadness with the new school year starting without me, I purposely planned a visit mid-September to see my daughter. Of course, it is always great to see her but I […]Read more "Orangetheory Fitness"
“Pack a Backpack”, a community effort in preparing students for school, ads on TV for back to school clothing shopping, family and friends posting their children’s first-days on Facebook, like it or not the excitement is in the air preparing for a new school year. Just as obvious are the schools with parking lots filled with […]Read more "A New Kind of August"
Toys – 1 an object for a child to play with, typically a model or miniature replica of something: [ as modifier ] : a toy car. • an object, especially a gadget or machine, regarded as providing amusement for an adult: in 1914 the car was still a rich man’s toy. • a person treated […]Read more "‘Toying’ Around"
A few updates … “Imbalance 2” has turned into “Delight” regarding blog theme. And, who knows what else I might find between this post and the next? If you’re looking for familiarity when stopping by to visit this blog, I guess the only solace I have for you is that the content and message will be a […]Read more "Happenings"
I mentioned that when I was ready, I would post my running goal here. It happens that the well-known Komen Race for the Cure®, part of the largest series of 5K runs/fitness walks in the world, is just around the corner and, of course, is beckoning for participants! Teams are forming, t-shirts are being ordered, and the whole thing is […]Read more "Running Goal"
Just a short post to welcome a new tab onto my site! I am calling it Running as I am wanting to introduce to readers that this blog may include some upcoming posts on running or biking or some kind of outdoor play. As time moves along, my awareness and desire for balance in life is ever-growing. […]Read more "Welcome, Widget (or Tab)!"