It just feels right

by jennifer27. December 2012 20:46

I happily suffer from AAD (Adult Athletic Disorder) and have spent countless hours in the gym as a participant staring up (usually in awe) at the amazing people on display stage who gave me the tools to transform my life. I decided to take a huge leap of faith and become one of those people that I admire and  got certified as an indoor cycling instructor. I wasn't quite sure what I was in for and honestly I was a little bit scared and a lot intimidated. But I knew that I had to do it. It is time to pay it forward. It is time to motivate, inspire and encourage other people to find their own "muchness."  I took my classes, I read my books, I took my tests, and when I listen to music now it has taken on a whole new meaning, ie...this would be a great sprint, hill, interval, mountain, etc.

I'm just going to cut to the chase. This arrived today. It was only fitting that it came TODAY, because today was the day that I went on the instructor stage. No, I didn't teach a class, but I put on the mic, I sat on the bike with the mic, I played with the speaker, music, lights, etc...and it didn't feel weird at all. It felt, well, it felt right.

I started this journey 4 years ago because of MY three little birds and I know that I am on the right path, and that every little thing is going to be all right.


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'Twas the Day After Christmas

by jennifer26. December 2012 18:41
  Author Unknown Adapted by Jenny Hodges ‘Twas the day after Christmas, I rolled out of bed  And realized I had a few pounds to shed.  My favorite jeans, in my dresser did lay.  In hopes I could wear them again one day.   When up in my bathroom there arose such a clatter.  The hubby came up to see what was the matter.  I had stepped on the scale and it began to quake,  Wondering what had happened, for goodness sake.  The cookies had s... [More]

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The Great Santa Debate: What do you tell your kids?

by jennifer24. December 2012 16:47
Christmas Eve is nearly upon us and my kids are filled with glee (and busy cleaning their rooms to make space for their new toys) and excitement about "Santa" coming to visit tonight. I know I've mentioned before that my kids are still young. They are 6, 7, and 8. But they don't "believe" in Santa. Never have. My husband and I had "the talk" about Santa, Tooth Fairy, Easter Bunny, etc., when I was pregnant with our oldest. He was pretty adamant that we didn't lie to the kids. We went back and f... [More]

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