IGNITE YOUR DAY

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FUEL  ~  Dish of the Day:
Rosemary Turkey Legs in Crockpot  Don’t pass this one up – you’ll love it. Simple, savory and ‘easy as pie’ to make.    [Click here for additional Recipes]

 

AIR  ~  Movement of the Day:
Your Goat  It’s goat time – what do you avoid when exercising? Running? Sit Ups? Push Ups? It’s time to kill that goat.    [Click here for additional Workouts]

 

SPARK  ~  Thought of the Day:
Quote of the Day:  You cannot stop the waves – but you can learn to surf. Jon Kabat Zinn 
Essential Element:  Your mindset is like a muscle – the more that you use it, the more coordinated and flexible it becomes. Developing mental fitness should happen before you need it. [click to read 'The Value of Struggle']
Journal:  What’s your goat? That thing you absolutely cringe over. The exercise you loathe; the task you can’t think about one more time; the person whom you’ve been avoiding a hard conversation with. This week – before that ‘goat’ gets any bigger, get at it. Write down what it is, and this week’s plan of action to get it off your list. As you watch your goat get smaller – feel the muscle of your mind taking off!   [Click here for additional Journal exercises]

IGNITE YOUR DAY

by admin
FUEL  ~  Dish of the Day:
Banana Almond Flour Waffles Okay, it’s Saturday – the kids and your stomach will love you for this. Stop being a wimp and make these; but make enough to freeze a bunch for next week’s breakfasts (or snacks). I like serving them with organic butter from grass-fed cows.    [Click here for additional Recipes]

 

AIR  ~  Movement of the Day:
Your Goat  It’s goat time – what do you avoid when exercising? Running? Sit Ups? Push Ups? It’s time to kill that goat.    [Click here for additional Workouts]

 

SPARK  ~  Thought of the Day:
Quote of the Day: There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that is your own self. ~ Aldous Huxley
Essential Element: We must identify what specific behaviors have led to our current situation and what specific behaviors would lead to what we really want. [click to read 'Creating Change']
Journal:  Notice how easy it is to pick out the things we’d like to improve about others. Try to see yourself through the mind of your a best friend (or your spouse – ouch!). What would that friend tell you that you need to change? What specific behaviors do you need to get there?   [Click here for additional Journal exercises]