In my profession as a nutrition coach, it's very common to focus on the big picture items like eating healthy & working out, and forgetting about smaller details like say stretching. I was guilty of it too. You know when I first started working out a few years ago, I did it with enthusiasm and lots of energy. I pushed my body with every workout and I focused on workouts that built muscle, improved my stamina & endurance and which would make the biggest impact on my overall fitness. Yup, I was a badass.
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I've spent the last year wondering what has reallly gone on in the world of small business and I've come to a conclusion - some of you may like it and others will not. I'll go back a bit to give you some background before I tell you exactly what I'm referring to in this article.
When my children were young, like most kids, they wanted to know what you were doing and they wanted to help - all the time. So I hired them, on contract of course, you know, just in case they didn't meet up to my expectations. And, the good thing about it, it was a business expense because I also paid them. You can speak to your accountant about this lovely deduction.
With the world leaning towards alternative and complementary medicine, growing tired of the ongoing prescription of drugs with more and more side effects, it's critical that we look at alternative ways of staying healthy. There is absolutely a place for traditional medicine - this is not my argument. I believe medicine saves lives every day with doctors and surgeons laboring hard at ensuring the optimal choice of treatment (s) is explained and provided to us. This is the tried and tested and we can't live without it. No debate here.
Christmas is not my favorite time of the year. Although to many, the opposite is true. Along with the festive season comes a lot of work, extra time shopping for that perfect gift and grocery line ups with carts full of turkey and ham. Me, I prefer to hide during this time of the year. If I have to shop, it happens when everyone is sleeping or the very first thing I do in the day. Too many people, too many things to do, too many things to think about, and yes, too much money spent.
The official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony has been performed. A special thank you to my family, Mayor Doug Craig and the Chamber of Commerce, Scott Bridger for attending our little soiree.
Plenty of food, friends and family is what makes every celebration a moment in time to remember. Despite the cold weather - brrr! the ribbon was cut outside of the entrance to the beautiful business building at 284 Water Street North.
My son Colin, who is an amazing Artist, has decided to join the Army - wanted to do so since the age of 16. I've watched this rather slow governmental process come to fruition - he's just waiting for the phone call at this point ( which we hoped would be after the Grey Cup, since we have great seats for the game). For those of you that know me, my son, has been one of my greatest joys in life, my legacy to the universe when I leave it - always supportive of all my endeavors and ambitions.