Posts Tagged ‘breathing’
Friends, we have a problem. I noticed the problem several years ago. Through the pressure of a friend I finally got a membership to a local gym. I was pretty excited for my promised weight loss, ripped abs, and toned arms. I arrived on my first day ready to conquer the treadmills before heading over [...]
As promised, today’s post features some easy ways to better listen to your body. With so much information available to us, so many things that must be done right now, and in a world as fast-paced and saturated with “stuff” as our is, listening may be the most important tool to claiming back your health. [...]
Sometimes it seems like the morning comes too soon. I am sure I am not the only one who feels this way. The good news, however, is that I don’t mind the mornings as much as I used to. For a long time my beginning “A.M. moments” looked something like this:
My psychic “thank your body” abilities are telling me that you are sitting in front of some sort of screen… right now, at this very moment.
Are you breathing? Are you sure? Take a deep breath in. Go ahead, I’ll wait. When I was a freshman in college my roommate (who I still love and adore) would often be at her computer typing away furiously while I’d be on my uncomfortable twin bed doing homework. The *tap-tap-tap* of her fingers pulsated [...]