AIR ~ Movement of the Day: Day 100 of the 100 Day Challenge! YOU DID IT. 100 days of Tabata. Moving and disciplining your body for your health and a good cause! Hopefully you’re able to make it to Hampton today to celebrate with us and do your 100th Tabata in the sunshine with all your fellow fundraisers! If not, tune into the site later today for pictures and video of our Movement of the Day!
Journal: We simply never know what tomorrow will hold. Maybe it’s the breakthrough we’ve been dreaming of … or the opportunity we’ve waited years for! Choosing to believe that your life is moving towards the life you’ve always wanted will shape and color the decisions you make today. What are you believing for your life? Write in your journal today three of your greatest dreams – one for a month from now – one for a year from now – and one for five years from now. Describe each one in detail – what does it look like? Smell like? Feel like? It’s up to you to believe big things for that extraordinary life of yours… [Click here for additional Journal exercises]
Journal: Check your moral courage. What do you stand for? Does your bank account show it? Write down in your journal the last 7 things you spent money on. Next to each of them – jot down the life-value that expense represents. [Click here for additional Journal exercises]
Journal: It’s no coincidence that the word ‘journey’ and ‘journaling’ derive themselves from the same root word. Journaling is an effective way for us to chronicle this fantastic and remarkable ‘journey’ called life. List in your journal today three events you’ve experience over the last month that you had absolutely no hand in coordinating. Good, bad, or otherwise- how did you respond? [Click here for additional Journal exercises]
FUEL ~ Dish of the Day: Time to hit the deck and fire up your grill! And there’s no better recipe to kick off the Spring weather than Bonfire’s Lamb Shish Kabobs. The simple marinade sets in overnight and before you know it, you’ve got a new family favorite![Click here for additional Recipes]
Journal: You get to thrive – but you don’t have to. You were wired to survive – and you will. But thriving doesn’t come without a little intentionality. What does a thriving you look like? What does a day well-seized consist of? Envision in your journal a day you have completely taken by the reins ( either one in the past or one you’ve yet to live) - then go carpe the heck out of today. [Click here for additional Journal exercises]Spark photo credit: http://pinterest.com/pin/63120832247556697/