Fit and Frustrated in the City
As we are once again faced with gym closures, many are wondering how to stay both fit and sane during these difficult times. What follows is a blueprint for your physical and mental fitness to...
Looking Forward
What is tomorrow going to hold for you? It’s important to have things to look forward to. So, think on that. And what if by “tomorrow” I mean “when the COVID-clouded skies...
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The Pursuit of Purpose
The thing I like about focusing on finding purpose, is it feels – to me – like a simpler task than finding happiness. To have a “purpose” is quite simply to have a reason....
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Truth Tuesday

Truth Tuesday. A few simple truths I was hit with today: Training is specific. Strength can be fleeting. The Cobbler often needs new shoes. The truth hurts.

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The Tipping Point
Malcolm Gladwell’s expertise on epidemics centres more around social ones: Looking at the ways messages, trends, and products, for example, can suddenly become so powerfully contagious....
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Adapting Your Life...
The weeks have started to add up. You've spent a lot of time at home, isolating with your family and loved ones. But with everything going on in the world, we're all experiencing poor...
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Every Saturday is Earth Day
In Korea, the word Saturday is 토요일 (tho yo il), and also means earth day. Every moment we discover something to be grateful for is a such precious moment. At any time. But lately with...
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It's Going to be a Good Day
“Good” is an interesting word. It seems a bit ordinary at first glance, but we would do well to fully embrace the real importance and positive power of being “good.”...
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What Really Matters...
There can be beauty and simplicity in the space that opens up when some of our things are taken away from us. Perhaps our expectations naturally recede and we can now more clearly see what really...
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