Of course there are really no secrets to success. These are well known principles that, if understood and acted upon, will lead you forward on the journey of success. And success is a journey, not a place. To be truly successful you must continually move forward.
We either grow or we die, there is no momentum in maintenance. Think about the last time someone asked you, “What is your goal?” This could be in anything, professional or personal. If you gave the answer, “I’m just maintaining,” how long did it last? Did you challenge yourself enough? Are you happy? Was it fun?
Today, I wanted to share some tips from Ken Lauher, Feng Shui expert, to feel uplifted and rejuvenated–in your bathroom. Yes, I said bathroom! Feeling good about your surroundings when you are using the facilities is important for relaxation of muscles and better yet, pooping well!
Here are nearly a dozen and a half easy, basic, points to simplify your life. And we all know what a complex thing life seems to be these days. Think about each one — there’s really know hidden meaning here, thought the true meaning might elude you for a while — and think about how it can fit into your life. Find the point of change it represents. Consider the purpose and what you can do to add it to your life as a component of change.
Some people think as long as its in the fridge or freezer it’s good forever. Here are the 6 mysteries that we will start to make history.
1. Mayo has a 2 month shelf life
- Zero in my refrigerator; replaced with hummus.
2. Ketchup has a 4 month shelf life
- Does not exist in my kitchen; substituted hot sauce.
3. Mustard has a 8 month shelf life
- Very common condiment to go bad.
4. Eggs – 1 month shelf life
- Hard boil the rest if expiration is approaching.
5. Meat – 1 year freezer shelf life
- Less freeze; more nutrients.
6. Canned Veggies – 2 yearshelf life
- During client refrigerator clean outs, I’ve seen 4-5 year old can veggies! Replace with fresh greens.
Put together your game plan, execute, have fun, and get fit.
Your friend in health,
Coach Adam Cobb
For any successful week of your life —planning is essential. For optimal health, planning is critical. Answering questions like, “What days are you working out this week?”, What are the workouts going to be?”, What are your breakfasts going to consist of?” and What are your planned snacks?” are important to think through each week.
Writing my own poetry opens my appreciation for the work of others. There are amazing thoughts, insight, interpretation, advice, guideance, and so much more, captured in the moment of the poem. Let me share with you today the wise words of William Henley in his poem, Invictus.
Thinking Well has so many components to it. One of of them being the noise that surrounds us day in and day out.
Today is all about The Media Detox. When was the last time you didn’t watch any television and powered off your cell phone. Yesterday I did a media detox, its a way to unplug, hit the hard reset and I highly recommend it to you.
As this beautiful day unfolds, I wanted to share one of my writings with you. This was written on the beach as the sun rose while in a state of thankfulness and exploration. Writing has become one of my favorite hobbies and, while it started in 10th grade when I was forced to keep a journal and “just write”, now its part of my life.
After flying in from California over the weekend I was craving those warm mix nuts they served on the plane. I took some unsalted almonds, soaked them in water and sprinkled salt lightly over them in a glass bowl. Then I took the easy and unhealthy way of heating them up and used the microwave or in this case the “microcrave”. The picture, below right, is the result after only 45 seconds.