Shed Negative Energy with Running

You're the master of your world. R.A I never in my wildest dreams thought that I would love trail running so much or running in general. I always found running on flat surfaces, rather boring. On the other hand, mountain trails and inclines, stimulate my mind and body. I find it exhilarating, accomplishing and stress … Continue reading Shed Negative Energy with Running


Honor Your Feelings

"Be the light from your own mistakes." Learn from them and grow from them." RA How many of us ignore our feelings to impress or make others happy? As we enter new chapters in our lives, we tend to outgrow a lot. Sometimes we end up stuck in the transition of one chapter to the … Continue reading Honor Your Feelings


Sooooo many benefits.

Running to Zen



Improved cardio-respiratory fitness for your heart, lungs, and blood vessels

Improved muscular fitness

Lower risk of early death

Lower risk of coronary heart disease 

Lower risk of stroke

Lower risk of high blood pressure

Lower risk of type 2 diabetes

Lower risk of high cholesterol

Lower risk of high triglycerides

Lower risk of colon cancer

Lower risk of breast cancer

Increased bone density or a slower loss bone and bone strength

With kids it lessens the chance of developing obesity

Reduced depression

Better quality sleep

More vitamin D absorption

Get out and walk 💚😀

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Blogiquette – 7 Simple Blogging Manners To Adhere By (Well, I think so, anyway!)

But I Smile Anyway...

It’s very easy to become a little self-absorbed when you first start a blog.

  • You want to write things that people like.
  • You want followers.
  • You want to be discovered.
  • You want loads of comments and shares, to prove popularity.

Sure, there are blogs that manage to achieve that kind of fame and notoriety… but it’s not easy.

We all have to start somewhere, and like most of you will have been taught from birth, good manners count for a lot. In life, we have that etiquette to follow. We know about out pleases and thank yous. Respecting others. showing compassion and humility.

It’s the same in the Blogosphere.

Except here you have Blogiquette to learn.

It’s not much different to what you do in real life, but obviously, it’s via the interweb, so you need a few tweaks!

You don’t want to be known as the pompous one who…

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