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What makes life full of richness

  • The Day it All Began and Then Some…Loud and Proud

    Have you ever finally said something you have internally been saying for ages, OUT LOUD? Do you remember your body heating up? Tears or goosebumps possibly? Maybe you were shaking with fear or vibrating with joy? That moment you asked for a raise at work. The time you asked your spouse to spend the rest of your lives together or possibly when you finally said goodbye to a toxic relationship. The announcement to your family and friends you are gay or quitting school to pursue your passion. You really did it. The internal dialogue had been released. It was out there. Hopefully you released it loud and proud, confident in…

  • Giving Up To-do Lists and Making Homemade Elderflower Infused Vodka by Kristin Price

    Originally posted on our friend Kristin Price’s blog at www.KristinPrice.ca I have a confession: I’m a recovering workaholic. It’s so easy for me to get caught in my to-do list. It never ends. There’s always something to do. And it’s always something *really* important. It starts when I feel the overwhelm creep in, and my automatic is to just try and stay ahead of the curve, to just try and do more so that I can have less on my ‘have-to’ list and get on with the rest of life. What ends up happening is that I work too long, too hard, and start to burn out. The result is that…

  • Guard Your Association

    ‘You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.’ – Jim Rohn Whether you agree or disagree with one of the top self help guru’s and motivational speakers, Jim Rohn, or not, the statement makes you think. If you’re one who has ever read ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ you most likely recall Robert Kiyosaki’s experience of his two dads. Choosing to learn from the man who had what he desired has made him very successful in life. Consider your personal situation or past experiences. A number of years ago we assessed our association. We took a solid look at who and how we were investing…

  • The Whole Life Fitness Manifesto

    Discovering Whole Life Fitness and the Start of a Movement Originally posted on Dai “Coach Moose” Manuel What is the Whole Life Fitness Manifesto? The Whole Life Fitness Manifesto is a new kind of fitness book. It’s not just about physical health but Whole-Life Fitness that blends mindfulness and personal development with equipment-free workouts. This sustainable lifestyle extends beyond the book, allowingWholeLifers to connect with like-minded people in a supportive online community. The Whole Life Fitness Manifesto – our credo! The Whole Life Fitness Manifesto provides the tools you need to create a “FUN-ctionally fit” lifestyle at any age or level of ability, in 30 minutes a day. What makes up the…

  • 5 Tips for a Powerful Journaling Practice by Catherine Roscoe Barr

    5 tips for a powerful journaling practice Originally posted on our friend Catherine Roscoe Barr’s site www.TheLifeDelicousBlog.com on January 20, 2016 Mood, Food and Fitness Journal I found my very first Mood, Food and Fitness Journal the other day when I was looking through an old box. It’s crazy to think back on this time – a strange mix of super fun adventures (we were in Australia for a year while my husband Aaron worked on Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole) and the tumultuous end of a very long struggle with depression that very few people knew about. I probably deserve an Oscar for my performance, acting…

  • 3 Steps to Leveraging Mobile Technology to Work & Live on the Road by Dai Manuel

    Originally posted on Dai “Coach Moose” Manuel What our typical #WLFMroadtrip offices look like 3 Steps for Leveraging Mobile Technology to Work and Live on the road Road tripping: A road trip is a long distance journey on the road. Typically, these long epic distances are traveled by automobile; especially RVs — or in our case, our faithful X5 diesel. As of December 2016, the “Moose” Manuel family have been on the road. We got rid of pretty much everything we owned, regulated our life to the contents of a few suitcases and have put ourselves on the road full-time. People often ask us ‘Why?’ we’ve embarked on this journey. The answer is…