It’s a little known fact that I love nerdy or fandom holidays. Maybe you picked up on the idea that I love these holidays when I celebrated Pi Day over, say, Easter. And this week is a big holiday for me. No, I’m not talking about Cinco de Mayo. Bigger. A whole galaxy far far away bigger. That’s right. I’m talking about Star Wars Day. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 92: Star Wars Day
I had two opportunities to be involved in new fitness programs for children, and I was pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed both of them tremendously, for different reasons. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 88: Child’s Play Not So Simple
I had one heck of a productive day. And there are some considerations that would suggest it would be just a tiring day, but no! Today was a “Glass Half-Full” kind of day! And I also just noticed that I’m 2/3 done with my writing challenge. I’ve written a blog post everyday for 66 days. Now, THIS is becoming a habit! Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 66: Glass Half-Full Kind of Day
Tuesday I was incredibly disappointed that I didn’t “do anything” and nothing “productive” happened. That is actually arguable, but I was feeling sorry for myself mainly because I was trying to get involved with something I probably wouldn’t have been as impassioned to continue. I know, I thought what would make me the happiest person on earth is to be sitting in a green pasture, surrounded by baby goats all licking my face. I would be crying from happiness. And, you know, maybe that will one day make me the happiest person on earth. But I have started to trust the system of “fate” to a degree, and trust that whatever is meant to be will happen. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 60: Whatever is Meant to Be
In CrossFit, for special holidays and member birthdays, an especially difficult and challenging workout is usually planned. It’s CrossFit’s way of saying they care, I guess. I like incorporating similar challenges for my Bootcamp, where I typically have a particular workout planned for certain holidays. With it being Easter, I wanted to do a workout that would exclaim “Hoppy Easter!” in a most challenging way. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 56: Hoppy Easter!
I am trying to establish routines as quickly as possible before I get sucked into the vortex of lounging around the house, doing a whole lot of nothing, and complaining that I’m not satisfied. Part of life satisfaction comes from doing the ground work and setting accomplishing goals and routines. I had already taken over a week off from working out to finish packing and getting ready for our great move, now was time to get off our rears and DO SOMETHING! Trying to explore several options, we ventured out to do our first Whidbey Island workout. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 54: First Whidbey Island Workout
While I tend to focus a great deal on physical fitness in my writings, I realize the importance of relaxation, mental fitness, and enrichment. So, it was a great day to get all three with a focus on books, nature, and one of my favorite animals on the refuge, great horned owls.
I host a book club at the refuge and for our meeting this month we read an interesting book called “Passionate Slugs and Hollywood Frogs” by Patricia Lichen. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 23: Books and Owls
No, I haven’t fallen off the face of the earth, and no I haven’t NOT been exercising. I’ve been working on other commitment projects and I’m getting behind on everything…. but I’m already digressing.
I do not belong to a gym or CrossFit box. I don’t own fancy equipment or home machines. So, how do I plan workouts with the equipment I do own and in the free spaces provided for me? I use resources accessible and available to me. Continue reading Utilizing Available Resources to Plan Workouts
Today we did one of my favorite workouts- BINGO Bootcamp! I love variety and games incorporated into my routines, so this really hits the nail on the head in both those categories.