An alternative recipe for the traditional lasagne. But you can add beef or sausage if you like, as well as substitute quinoa or rice pasta. Read more →
Many of the filters, beliefs and expectations we hold we refuse to let go of out of habit. But when we pause to see how we may be setting ourselves up for (automatic) disappointment, we find that we can achieve what we want far more easily. Read more →
There will be days—sometimes for no reason in particular, when you have absolutely no motivation to even work on your goal in the slightest. I’m meaning the kind when you’re so unmotivated it’s like saying you don’t have it at this point would be somewhat like saying it’s a little cool for short pants out on the Yukon Tundra in the middle of January.
First, allow, fully so, that you’re in a place where you just don’t care.
I’ve mentioned this before. In those exact words, even.
What I’m meaning is give yourself permission you couldn’t care less, and give into the lack of motivation. But also do this while still mindfully holding the intent and understanding you’ll return to working on reaching your goals.
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This recipe is a light and flavorful as a main or side dish. It’s a perfect side for any grilled meat or fish. Read more →
Here are 6 ladder workouts you can mix and match. I’ve started at a low number for beginners; if you’re more advanced, start at a higher beginning point. If you are new to this, a ladder goes up to a point and stops; a pyramid goes up to a point and goes back down. You can also reverse these to make a pyramid workout if you like.
You will need access to a pull-up bar, or one that fits over your door. They run for about $40-$50 on Amazon or elsewhere.
The way these work is each set is considered one round. So you’d do one of each, rest, if you want, then do two of each, rest, then three of each–increasing by one rep with each set.
All exercises start at 1 rep unless you go for the other options.