Weekly Exercise

Exercise Of The Week: One-Arm Dumbbell Row With An Exercise Ball

Using dumbbells while on a stability ball instantly adds a new element to the exercise. This week's variety of exercise is a simple bent over, one-arm row while on a stability ball. Grasp a dumbbell in one hand and position yourself so the exercise ball is under your stomach and hips. You'll know the ball… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: One-Arm Dumbbell Row With An Exercise Ball

Weekly Exercise

Exercise Of The Week: Dumbbell Fly Using An Exercise Ball

This week we'll tackle a dumbbell fly using an exercise ball. Start by sitting on an exercise ball with a dumbbell in each hand Slowly roll down making sure that your head and shoulders are on the ball and your feet are planted firmly on the floor in front of you Hold the dumbbell straight… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Dumbbell Fly Using An Exercise Ball

Tip/Thought of the Day

My Bubble

We all start out with such innocence, excitement, and zest for life. Over the years this too often evolves into frustration and the fear of being vulnerable. When my daughter was little, she either opened up too quickly with other kids or held back, too shy to make friends. Both problematic. The first encouraged an… Continue reading My Bubble

Tip/Thought of the Day

Do We Need To Change Our Relationship With Technology?

Have you ever thought computers are like a bad relationship?  Really, they're wonderful when they work, and give us positive feedback, which is just enough to keep you interested. They're exciting, exhilarating, and addicting. The whole world is at your fingertips – people, data, shopping, finances, books, and music. What more could one person want?… Continue reading Do We Need To Change Our Relationship With Technology?

Tip/Thought of the Day

Can You Teach An Old Dog New Tricks?

You can't teach an old dog new tricks. A cliché that seems as true today as it was yesterday. Are we so entrenched in where we currently are, and what we have become that we no longer have the ability to look at where we can go? Success never happens in a vacuum. It happens… Continue reading Can You Teach An Old Dog New Tricks?