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Auditing myself.

February 1, 2011

February 1, 2011                               Today was a tough day. For the last couple days I’ve been incredibly emotional. I don’t know what it is I just feel like lying in bed and crying. Sometimes for no reason at all. Today I was given a big wake up call when I realized I wasn’t performing at my best. I’ve never been a very detail-oriented person, in fact, that was probably the only strain in my annual performance reviews whenever I worked for…

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Wanting “it”

September 27, 2010

September 27, 2010 Life has been incredibly intense lately. I’ve been tightening up on my diet, working out more intensely, creating longer task lists and scheduling my days as if there were 28 hours in a day instead of just 24. While it’s been a long road since I complained about working too hard after giving birth,  it’s been a road that is starting to reap some real results. My body is getting firmer, my work is paying off and…

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Routines.

July 21, 2010

July 20, 2010 I feel terrible for not updating this site on a regular basis. After all, I’m a very routine-type-of person and I hate it when I miss a church mass, a workout, a deadline or a meal.  When things start to spiral out of control I start to notice all things imperfect When I drive I get irritated by water spots on my car, when my gas tank is close to empty or when there are crumbs in…

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Finding my way home

May 8, 2008

May 7, 2008 I am very excited. The day is sunny. The sky is clear. I ran this morning but most significantly, I left a really great meeting where I presented Fitness without Borders to the Elk Grove School District. Not only did we get great applause for the programs we are initiating, but we also received positive feedback for the fitness clubs we will start implementing in both junior and high schools this fall. Since its conception, FWB has…

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a simple truth

March 1, 2007

March 1 , 2007 I’ve made certain commitments to myself and to my personal life statement that has guided the decisions I have and will continue to make in these next weeks. As in any decision making process, there are certain things I have promised to never compromise: 1) I will never sacrifice my health for any amount of money, for my most valuable asset is my strong temple. 2) I will never survive in an environment that doesn’t nurture…

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