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Planet Walk And Run Videos

From time to time, Mid Life Celebration will promote something, in this case, our son’s classmate’s Mom, Stacey Norton. Stacey has a website and business designed to use music to help kids be active. Here’s a sample from her website:

Stacey’s developed a series of exercise routines for elementary-aged kids complete with scripts and music. She is interested in producing full-length videos and is looking for anyone interested in helping to fund a potentially game-changing way we engage children in exercise.

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Life's Big Choices (4 total)

The Real Problem With Leisure?

“The real problem of your leisure is how to keep other people from using it”.Anonymous

Ain’t it the truth? Most of it is our own fault though. It is for me anyway.

Always trying to do better.  Always trying to please others.  Never satisfied with the status quo. Over-achiever. Workaholic. Can’t say no.  The list goes on and on.

Here’s another truth, that no one wants to admit. We control our choices.  Not the outcomes, but our choices.

While the outcomes are in the hands of a power we can’t begin to imagine, our choices are not.  Our choices are ours.

You’d think we would have this figured out by mid life.  Why is this so difficult to remember?

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Honey, It's For You

Whose Life Is It Anyway?

“Whose life is it anyway”.Brian Clark

You know what?  I’m not sure where to begin on this one.  Seriously.  The quote is so intriguing, yet so open for interpretation.

If you’ve been in the workplace all your life and now into mid life, you are well aware of how “work” can own you.

Others may understand this, “You either run your business or it runs you”.

Or, no one ever said on their deathbed, “I wish I had spent more time at the office”.

No matter how you think about today’s quote, it certainly does make you think, doesn’t it?

But does it call you to any action?