Tag Archives: goals

  1. The (Fitness) Journey Never Ends – it just changes

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    October 2, 2015 by Darlene McC

    I love my job. I love my team…. But 2 years of management has destroyed my body…2 years of devolving into who we think of as “our clients” (sedentary, bad diet, sore back, looooong stints at the computer, high stress) has taught me just as much as recovery from illness did. And the the old adage “you don’t use it you lose it” has been deeply driven home.

    Fitness isn’t a destination, just like life isn’t. It’s a process, and that’s what’s great about it. As our priorities shift and evolve, our bodies (and, in turn, minds) will as well. I’m at the crossroads where I’ve grown into my job enough that I can shift at least part of my priority back to myself and my wellness.

  2. EATS: Homework

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    August 9, 2013 by annmquintero

    I’m on the final week of my current crazy, Amazons. So, instead of a regular post, I’d like to leave …
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  3. NOT EATS: Strength and beauty en français

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    May 31, 2013 by annmquintero

    One of the cooler things about my job is that I get to travel and meet other artists and experience …
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  4. UA5k – Week 7

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    March 17, 2013 by Darlene McC

    *GASP*  I just realized I never clicked “Publish” on week 6 last weekend!  Whatever shall we do? Hopefully no one …
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  5. UA5k Team – Week 3!

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    February 17, 2013 by Darlene McC

    Sorry this is posting so late this weekend, Amazons.  A few of us went out last night and had a …
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  6. What Amazons Want: Get Organized

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    February 12, 2013 by Darlene McC

    2013 is 5 weeks in and we’re rolling along, tackling the biggest and most frequently set goals habit by habit. …
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  7. What Amazons Want: Losing Weight (Changing Your Body Composition)

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    February 5, 2013 by Darlene McC

    The #1 resolution in 2012 was to “lose weight”; but only 8% of all “resolvers” made it to the end …
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