Originally published on The Seattle Lesbian By Laura King Life can get busy. With work, kids, family commitments, friends, chores, and the general chaos of everyday life, it can be near impossible at times to sit down for a cup of tea, let alone squeeze in an hour of exercise regularly. However, all things are […]
By: Amber Leventry I love to exercise. I always have. Physical exertion, challenging reps, endorphins, and sweat are so good for my mental well-being. Enter parenthood. I am not the biological mama of our three kids, and it has been two years since our boys were born, but I am still carrying a little baby […]
Join the celebration of all things mud! Started in 2009, this worldwide event aims to connect children with nature, the outdoors, and the joys of getting messy. Activities include making a mud pie masterpiece, creating homemade seed bombs, collaborating on a communal mud mural, and much more!
By Susan Howard, Personal Trainer Habits are often thought of in a negative way. Something to be kicked…smoking, nail biting, boozing, getting that sugar fix…the list goes on and on. We poor mortals are victims of our habits. Unconnected to our repetitive behaviors, we simply must continue acting them out. How did it all […]
By Susan Howard, Fitness Ghuru Often I hear clients complain about not having time to workout, which translates to not wanting to workout. I have been training long enough to know that people are only going to do what they want to do. Why don’t people want to workout? Why not? It’s because they forget […]
By: Susan Howard BURN 500 CALORIES NOW! After over a decade of touting the benefits of working out for weight loss, I have come to realize that, unless you watch your diet, true weight loss will be an uphill battle. Diet. I hate that word and I hope I am never on one. As I […]