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The Lie We Tell Ourselves About Fast Metabolism

People talk about fast metabolism like it’s a gift given to skinny people. I think it’s assumed that if you have a slow metabolism, then you’re doomed to be overweight and if you have a fast metabolism, then you’re gifted with a perfect body while eating pizza and Cadbury eggs [...]

By |2019-02-25T06:30:09-06:30February 25th, 2019|Health|0 Comments

Winter Running for Those Who Run Cold

I live in South Dakota, and I hate cold. I fell in love with running a few years ago, but I always stopped in the fall and didn't start up again until late spring. I don't like cold air touching my skin or breeze chilling my sweat. It is miserable to me. [...]

By |2018-12-19T21:23:57-06:30December 19th, 2018|Health, Running|0 Comments

What if you’re in your 30’s and haven’t found the right career?

Recently, a fellow group member asked this question: "Raise your hand if you're 30 (or in your 30s) and not yet in your right career, financially unstable, or generally feeling like you haven't found the right track yet for where you wanna go and who you're supposed to be? I felt [...]

By |2017-09-19T10:58:47-06:30September 19th, 2017|Health, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Tackle Mini Goals in 5 Minutes a Day, Plus Push-up Mini Goal Plan

Do you have mini goals? Mini goals are small goals that build up to the accomplishment of larger goals. Mini goals are great because they help you feel more accomplished. People tend to want results immediately, and when that doesn’t happen, they often get discouraged, sometimes quitting altogether. But when [...]

By |2017-09-06T15:04:27-06:30September 6th, 2017|Health|0 Comments

4 Examples of the Power of the Breath

We all know how important breathing is. It's so important, it's an involuntary action of our bodies, carried out without having to think about it. Our body just does it, because if we stopped breathing long enough, we'd die. Since our body does it involuntarily, we often just forget about [...]

By |2017-08-18T19:14:02-06:30May 30th, 2016|Health, Inside Outcome|0 Comments

Sustainable Eating

If you want to make a huge difference in your environmental impact, a good place to start is being responsible for what goes in your mouth. I don't have all the scary facts, and I don't intend to include much of them here, but I do encourage you to research [...]

By |2017-08-18T19:16:04-06:30March 9th, 2015|Health, Inside Outcome|0 Comments

Choose to Enjoy It

I am extremely lucky to be vacationing in the Black Hills this week, but perhaps even luckier to have found a gem of wisdom while here. Yesterday morning, my husband and I were outside the hotel with Forrest. Something about having a baby seems to open up conversation with about [...]

By |2017-08-21T20:40:33-06:30June 25th, 2014|Health, Inside Outcome|0 Comments

Cleaning a Bathroom the Easy Way (and without chemicals)

My working past is rich in cleaning experience. None of it until the past few years was without toxic chemicals, but I did learn some fun techniques that still make things easier. The bathroom is my least-deplored room in the house to clean, maybe because I don't have to vacuum it. [...]

By |2017-08-21T20:40:53-06:30June 1st, 2014|Health, Inside Outcome|0 Comments

Being Green

For today's post, I thought it would be fun to list the things we do to minimize our impact on the environment. Hopefully I can give you some ideas you may not have thought of yet. Many of these items fit in more than one category, so I just picked [...]

By |2017-08-21T20:43:38-06:30February 23rd, 2014|Health, Inside Outcome|2 Comments

How to Conquer Irritation

Annoyances. Aggravations. Irritations. We all have them. We all get annoyed. Some suffer from few grievances, while some have peeves streaming out of their ears, ready to jump out of their chairs at the sound of a co-worker clicking his pen or the sight of a grammatical error. But why? [...]

By |2017-08-21T20:43:49-06:30February 22nd, 2014|Health, Inside Outcome|6 Comments

When I Found Buddhism

It was around 2009 when I started longing to belong to some sort of group. I was no longer Christian, but I missed belonging to a congregation. I didn’t need a group of people or a religion in order to be a good person. I learned morals growing up, and [...]

By |2017-08-21T20:44:06-06:30February 21st, 2014|Health, Inside Outcome|0 Comments